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JOURNAL 



Vital Congregations 





. n V*& 



Faithful Disciples 



of the 

NORTH CAROLINA 

ANNUAL CONFERENCE 

1990 



JOURNAL 

of the 

North Carolina Annual Conference 

Raleigh Area 

of 

The United Methodist Church 

Southeastern Jurisdiction 

1990 



Successor to 

The North Carolina Conference, Methodist Protestant Church, 1828 - 1939 

The North Carolina Conference, Methodist Episcopal Church, 1837 - 1844 

The North Carolina Conference, Methodist Episcopal Church, South, 1 845 - 1 939 

Blue Ridge - Atlantic Conference, Methodist Episcopal Church, 1879 - 1939 

Eastern District, North Carolina - Virginia Conference, Central Jurisdiction, The 

Methodist Church, 1940 - 1967 

being 

The Twenty-first Session of The United Methodist Church and the One Hundred 

Sixty-fifth Session of the oldest constituent member Conference of United 

Methodism in the North Carolina Conference. 

June 13 -16, 1990 



C P. Minnick, Jr. Presiding Bishop 
James H. Coile, Conference Secretary 



Edited for the Conference by: James H. Coile 

Composition and Desk Top Publishing by: Evelyn W. Lane, Editorial Assistant 

Printed by: Derreth Printing Company, Raleigh, NC 

PRICE: $10.00 



CELEBRATING 
VITAL CONGREGATIONS < = > FAITHFUL DISCIPLES 

Growing Communities of Compassion 



The Committee for the Annual Conference Program felt that the 1 990 Conference 
theme should be a continuation of the 1 989 theme. We are continuing a program of local 
church vitalization. The North Carolina Annual Conference's focus on this vitalization is 
an extension of the Episcopal Initiative, Vital Congregations < = > Faithful Disciples. 
The theme Growing Communities of Compassion is continued. 



IU?<l\dsO 







1990 - 1991 Conference Cabinet Members 

Seated, I. to r. - J. Malloy Owen III, Albert Shuler, Helen Crotwell (Dean), Bisnop C. P. 
Minnick, Jr., M. Randall Baker, Caswell E. Shaw (Sec.), Emerson M. Thompson, Jr.; Stand- 
ing, 1. to r. - Thomas G. Holtsclaw, Roger V. Elliott, George W. Johnson, Robert L. 
Baldridge, F. Belton Joyner, Jr., Samuel D. McMillan, Jr. (Treas.) 




1990 - 1991 Extended Program Cabinet 

Seated, 1. to r. - J. Malloy Owen III, Albert Shuler, Helen Crotwell, Bishop C. P. Minnick, 
Jr., M. Randall Baker, Caswell E. Shaw, Emerson M. Thompson, Jr.; Standing, 1. to r. - 
Samuel Wynn, Thomas A. Collins, Thomas G. Holtsclaw, G. Robert McKenzie, Jr., Roger 
V. Elliott, Stephen C. Compton, Kermit L. Braswell, Robert L. Baldridge, George W. 
Johnson, F. Belton Joyner, Jr., Samuel D. McMillan, Jr. 




1990 Elders 

1. to r., first row - Vernon W. Brown III, Larry D. Crane, Raegan V. May, Bishop Min- 
nick.Robert K. Eldredge, Pamela Jo Hudson, Randall E. Innes; second row - David A. Mc- 
Lean, Dena Jo McFarland, William K. Mitchell, Jr., David O. Malloy, Delores A. Langley, 
Gregory K. Jenks; third row - Joanna C. Miller, Deborah Ann Morgan, Timothy Russell, 
Carolyn Reed Smith, Vickie S. Pruett; fourth row - M. Keith Thomason, Julia Webb-Bow- 
den, RonaJd J. Snider, Robert S. Shields; fifth row - Peggy O. Witt, William J Witt, Jr., W. 
Joseph Wilburn, James B. Ward 




1990 Deacons 

1. to r., first row - Michael W. Leburg, Carl D. Belcher, Bishop Minnick, Vickie B. Burkes, 
Patricia D. Edwards; second row - Clyde A. Denny, Roy F. Falgout, Jr., Haywood W. Gil- 
likin, D. Ray Warren, Jr.; third row - William A. Bingham, Walter L. Graves, Benjamin S. 
Sharpe, Jr., James T. Weaver, Jr., Robert M. Hammond; fourth row - G. Earl Smith, H. 
bailie Hinnant 




1990 Diaconal Ministers 

I. to r., Sue Ellen Nicholson, Bishop Minnick, Susan M. Parker, Cynthia D. Powell 




1990 Clergy Retirees 

Seated - Herbert F. Home, Hazel Home, Ruby Jones, Vassar W. Jones, LaRue Hill and 
A. P. Hill; Standing - James C. P. Brown, Martha Brown, Richard (Dick) Blankenhorn, May 
Blankenhorn, Cliff Shoaf, Elizabeth Watson and Langill Watson; Mot Pictured - Paul W. 
Evans, Joseph J. Grimes, Robert N. Knight, Emma Ruth McLean, Charles E. Sparks, 
James A. Tingle III, John H. White 



CERTIFICATE OF ORDINATION 



This is to certify that I, C. P. Minnick, Jr., one of the bishops of The United Methodist 
Church, at Methodist College in Fayetteville, North Carolina on June 1 3, 1 990 did ordain 
Elders as follows: 



Vernon Weaver Brown III 
Larry Dean Crane 
Robert Kenneth Eldredge 
Pamela Jo Hudson 
Randall Eugene Innes 
Gregory Keith Jenks 
Delores Ann Langley 
David Ophanalia Malloy 
Raegan V. May 
Dena Jo McFarland 
David Alexander McLean 
Joanna Claire Miller 



William Kenneth Mitchell, Jr. 

Deborah Ann Morgan 

Vickie Sue Pruett 

Timothy John Russell 

Robert Strong Shields 

Carolyn Reed Smith 

Ronald James Snider 

Marshall Keith Thomason 

James Bell Ward 

Julia Webb-Bowden 

William Joseph Wilburn 

Peggy Ormsby Witt 

William J Witt, Jr. 

C. P. Minnick, Jr. 
Bishop 



CERTIFICATE OF ORDINATION 



This is to certify that I, C. P. Minnick, Jr., 
Church, at Methodist College in Fayetteville, 
Deacons as follows: 

Carl Dean Belcher 

William Allen Bingham 

Vickie Bissette Burks 

Clyde Arthur Denny 

Patricia Ann Dover Edwards 

Roy Francis Falgout, Jr. 

Haywood Wrenn Gillikin 



one of the bishops of The United Methodist 
North Carolina on June 13,1 990 did ordain 

Walter Lawrence Graves 

Robert Michael Hammond 

Michael William Leburg 

Benjamin Sandlin Sharpe, Jr. 

Granville Earl Smith 

Donnie Ray Warren, Jr. 

James Thomas Weaver, Jr. 

C. P. Minnick, Jr. 
Bishop 



CERTIFICATE OF CONSECRATION 



This is to certify that I, C. P. Minnick, Jr., one of the bishops of The United Methodist 
Church, at Methodist College in Fayetteville, North Carolina on June 13, 1990 did con- 
secrate Diaconal Ministers as follows: 

Sue Ellen Nicholson Susan Martin Parker 

Cynthia Diane Powell 

C. P. Minnick, Jr. 
Bishop 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 

Section I: Annual Conference Officers and Structure 

Certificate of Ordination . .: • • \V •. V- - " cV w i 1 

Conference Officers/Conference Council on Ministries Staff 1 1 

Conference Cabinet/District Superintendents |^ 

Conference Agencies ... •••■•, : • • • •_• • •• • 14 

Historical Statement/Sessions of the Annual Conference w 

Rules of Order and Procedure VJ 

Section II: Conference Organization and Personnel 

1990 Annual Conference Organization and Personnel ^> 

1988 - 1992 Quadrennial Boards and Agencies ** 

Administrative Boards and Agencies %* 

Proqram Boards and Agencies . . • • • • • • • • • \° 

1990 - 1991 Conference Council on Ministries, Membership of J i 

1990 - 1991 Church Location and Building, District Boards of ^ 

1990 - 1991 Ordained Ministry, District Committees on ^ 

Lay Members - 1990 Annual Conference . . . . . . .. . . . . . • • ••••••• iZ 

Alphabetical Roll and Pastoral Records -Members m Full Connect™ 50 

Chronological Roll and Records - FC.AM.PM FL,PL,SL & Diaconal 79 

Conference Clergy and Diaconal Directory (Alphabetical) • j» 

Widows of Deceased Clergy 1DD 

Section III: Conference Proceedings 71 

1990 Annual Conference Program U4 

Journal of Proceedings-Daily Minutes " ' 

Business of the Conference (Disciplinary Questions) ^j 

1990 - 1991 Appointment List * jyj 

Section IV: In Memoriam 24g 

In Memoriam ' ' 249 

Memorial Service Program 251 

Memoirs • •. ™v; " 277 

1988 - 1990 Deceased Ministers, Roll of ....... .. *" 

Section V: Conference Legislation, Reports, and Resolutions 

A. LEGISLATION 281 

Conference Clergy Living Committee |°i 

Conference Entertainment, Committee on . ■ • • "** 

Council on Ministries, Program and Policy Recommendations *** 

Staff Tenure Recommendation . <X^ 

Articles of Incorporation, Asbury Homes, Inc. . ... • •\--- <ftj 

NC State Commission on Campus Ministry By-Laws Amendment 307 

Nominations 314 

Diaconal Ministry, Board of 3 16 

Disability, Joint Committee on %\ 7 

Equitable Salaries, Commission on <A 2 

Finance and Administration, Council on 329 

Insurance, Committee on . . . . . • • • • 331 

Lay/Clergy Equalization, Committee to Study ^' 

Ministers' Moving Expense, Committee on ^j? 

Open Itineracy, Guidelines for 338 

Ordained Ministry, Board of ..... . • 338 

Nominations for Joint Review Committee ^S 

Pastoral Care, Committee on 340 

Pensions, Board of • • •••••••; ' ' 162 

United Methodist Foundation, Inc. Amended Charter ■*>" 

B ' State of the Church Address by Bishop C. P. Minnick, Jr 366 

Brother-Sisterhood, North Carolina Conference *>* 

Conference Lay Leader, Report of 371 

Council on Ministries, Reports of 371 

Archives and History, Commission on . . . . . .. ••••••••• 372 

ChrisUan Unity and lnterreligious Concerns, Committee on J_| 

Church and Society, Board of ^ 73 

Education, Board of , • • 374 

Ethnic Local Church Concerns, Committee on ^ 

Evangelism, Board of ■ • • • • " " 375 

Global Covenant Community, Task Force on ^ 7fi 

Health and Welfare Ministries, Board of tfi 

Golden Cross 3 78 

The Methodist Home for Children ^ 

The Methodist Retirement Homes, Inc. -"5 

Hiqher Education and Campus Ministry, Board of ^ 

Campus Ministry, State Commission on ~*£ 

Candler School of Theology 333 

The Divinity School of Duke University ^ 

Hunger/Human Need, Task Force on y^ 

Laity, Board of 



8 

Missions, Board of 386 

Outdoor and Camping Ministries, Commission on 389 

Publication, Methodist Board of 389 

Religion and Race, Commission on 390 

Status and Role of Women, Commission on 391 

Stewardship, Board of 392 

Systemic Poverty, Task Force on 393 

Worship, Board of 394 

District Superintendents, Composite Report of 395 

The Duke Endowment 397 

Episcopacy, Committee on 399 

General Council on Ministries 399 

Lay Person of the Year Presentation 400 

Ordained Ministry, Board of 401 

Conference Relations, Committee on 403 

Continuing Education, Committee on 404 

Identification and Enlistment, Committee on 406 

Ministerial Education Fund 406 

North Carolina Pastors' School 407 

Psychological Testing and Evaluation, Commitee on 407 

Residency in Ordained Ministry, Committee on 408 

The Ormond Fund 408 

Southeastern Jurisdictional Administrative Council 409 

Spirit for Tomorrow Campaign, Committee on 411 

Statistician, Report of 412 

Trustees, Conference Board of 414 

United Methodist Foundation, Inc 414 

United Methodist Men 416 

United Methodist Women 417 

United Methodist Youth 419 

C. RESOLUTIONS 421 

Section VI: Board of Operations and Treasurer's Report 

Section VII: Statistics 

Index to the Conference Journal 




1990 - 1991 Lay Persons of the Year 

Allen and Beth Morris from Louisburg UM.C in the Raleigh District, Lay Persons of the 
Year at the 1 990 North Carolina Annual Conference 



Annual Conference 
Officers and Structure 

SECTION I 



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CONFERENCE OFFICERS 

C. P. Minnick, Jr Resident Bishop 

Post Office Box 1 0955 Room 203,The United Methodist Building 

Raleigh, NC 27605 Telephone: 91 9/832-9560 or 

NC State Toll Free: 1-800-621-5467 

Kermit L. Braswell Administrative Assistant to the Bishop 

Post Office Box 1 0955 Room 21 3,The United Methodist Building 

Raleigh, NC 27605 Telephone: 91 9/832-9560 or 

NC State Toll Free: 1 -800-621-5467 

James H. Coile Secretary 

Post Office Box 1 0955 Room 1 08,The United Methodist Building 

Raleigh, NC 27605 Telephone: 91 9/832-9560 or 

NC State Toll Free: 1-800-621-5467 

Assistant Secretaries: Bruce D.Taylor, James L.Bryan, Stephen N. Little, Jerry W.Cribb, 

Suzanna R. Helms, Robert Fairley, Todd Krueger, Dennis Levin 

A. Kimsey King, Jr Statistician 

531 5 Yardley Terrace 

Durham, NC 27707 

Telephone: 919/489-6497 

Herb Stout Treasurer-Business Manager 

Post Office Box 1 0955 Room 1 1 6,The United Methodist Building 
Raleigh, NC 27605 Telephone: 91 9/832-9560 or 

NC State Toll Free: 1 -800-621-5467 
Sharon Strother. . Assistant Treasurer-Business Manager 

Robert C. Frazier, Sr Lay Leader 

215 Grace Drive 

Wilson, NC 27893 

Telephone: 919/237-2771 

Arvel E Heafner, Glenn R.Stevens. .Associate Conference Lay Leaders 

Jane H. Johnson President, United Methodist Women 

856 Knollwood Falls Road 

Mebane, NC 27302 
Telephone: 919/563-1603 

R. B. Goforth President, United Methodist Men 

325 Murray Hill Road 

Fayetteville, NC 28303 

Telephone: 919/483-5211 

Warren Bevacqua President, United Methodist Youth 

409 Latimer Road 

Raleigh, NC 27609 

Telephone: 919/781-3519 

CONFERENCE COUNCIL ON MINISTRIES STAFF 

G. Robert McKenzie, Jr Executive Director 

G. Paul Phillips 111 Associate Director for Camping Ministry & Worship 

D. Ray Warren Associate Director for Children & Youth Ministries 

Wilburn L. Norton, Jr Associate Director for Communications & Stewardship 

Edith L. Gleaves Associate Director for Ethnic Minority Local Church Concerns 

Samuel W. Dixon, Jr Associate Director for Evangelism & Missions 

Carol D. Strange Associate Director for Lay Ministries 

Post Office Box 1 0955 The United Methodist Building 

Raleigh, NC 27605 1 307 Glenwood Avenue 

TELEPHONE: 919/832-9560 or NC STATE TOLL FREE 1-800-621-5467 



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EXTENDED CONFERENCE CABINET 

Resident Bishop C. P. Minnick, Jr. 

OFFICERS 

Dean Helen G. Crotwell 

Secretary Caswell E. Shaw 

Treasurer Samuel D. McMillan, Jr. 

DISTRICT SUPERINTENDENTS 

BURLINGTON: George W. Johnson, 31 18 Truitt Dr., Burlington.MC 27215 . . . 919/584-7959 

DURHAM: Albert Shuler, 1002 W. Knox St., Durham.MC 27701 919/682-6439 

ELIZABETH CITY: M. Randall Baker, POBox 1662, Elizabeth City, MC 27909 919/335-2415 

FAYETTEVILLE: Helen G. Crotwell, 1911 Raeford Rd., Fayetteville, MC 28305 . . 919/485-2734 

GOLDSBORO: J. Malloy Owen III, Box 1516, Goldsboro, MC 27533 919/734-5324 

GREENVILLE: E.M.Thompson, Jr., 101 Martinsborough Rd., Greenville 27858 . .919/756-3918 

NEW BERN: Thomas G. Holtsclaw, 1503 Kimberly Rd. New Bern.MC 28560 . .919/637-4600 

RALEIGH: F. Belton Joyner, Jr., POBox 10955, Raleigh, MC 27605 919/834-5100 

ROCKINGHAM: Robert L Baldridge, POBox 1588, Laurinburg, MC 28352 919/276-6641 

ROCKY MOUNT: Caswell E. Shaw, 3621 Sheffield Dr., Rocky Mount, MC 27803 . 919/443-5540 

SANFORD: Roger V. Elliott, 1511 Columbine Rd., Sanford, MC 27330 919/775-7041 

WILMINGTON: Samuel D.McMillan,Jr.2201 Lynwood Dr., Wilmington 28403 . . .919/762-0400 

ADMIN. ASSIST. TO BISHOP & DIRECTOR OF MINISTERIAL RELATIONS 

Kermit L Braswell, P O Box 10955, Raleigh, MC 27605 919/832-9560 

EXEC. DIR., CONFERENCE COUNCIL ON MINISTRIES 

G. Robert McKenzie, Jr., P O Box 10955, Raleigh, MC 27605 919/832-9560 

ASSIST. TO CABINET FOR NATIVE AMERICAN CONCERNS 

Samuel Wynn, 3636 Deaver PI., Hope Mills, MC 28348 919/425-3557 

ASSIST. TO CAB. FOR NEW CHURCH DEV. & CONTINUATION CAMPAIGN 

Thomas A. Collins, 1200 Manchester Dr., Raleigh, MC 27609 919/787-1351 

TEAM LEADER, VITALIZATON PROJECT 

Stephen C. Compton, P O Box 10955, Raleigh, MC 27605 919/832-9560 

DISTRICT SUPERINTENDENTS 
ASSIGNED TO BOARDS AND AGENCIES 

Archives and History, Commission on J. Malloy Owen III 

Bishop's Seminar on Ministry Albert Shuler, Helen G. Crotwell, Samuel D. McMillan, Jr. 

Christian Unity & Interreligious Concerns, Commission on George W. Johnson 

Church and Society, Board of Albert Shuler 

Conference Summer School Robert L Baldridge.Caswell E.Shaw 

Diaconal Ministry, Board of E. M. Thompson, Jr. 

Disability, Joint Committee on M. Randall Baker 

Education, Board of J. Malloy Owen III 

Ethnic Minority Local Church, Committee on Helen G. Crotwell 

Equitable Salaries, Commission on E. M. Thompson, Jr. 

Evangelism, Board of Roger V. Elliott 

Evaluation and Morale, Committee on Samuel D. McMillan, Jr. 

Finance and Administration, Council on George W. Johnson 

Health and Welfare, Board of F. Belton Joyner,Jr.(MHC), Robert L Baldridge(MRH) 

Higher Education and Campus Ministry, Board of '. Roger V. Elliott 

Higher Education, MC State Commission on Roger V. Elliott 

Insurance, Committee on M. Randall Baker 

Laity, Board of Caswell E. Shaw 

Missions, Board of Helen G. Crotwell 

Ordained Ministry, Board of Caswell E.Shaw.Samuel D.McMillan.Jr. 

Outdoor and Camping Ministries, Commission on F. Belton Joyner, Jr. 

Pastoral Care, Committee on J. Malloy Owen III 

Pensions, Board of M. Randall Baker 

Publication, Board of Thomas G. Holtsclaw 

Religion and Race, Commission on F. Belton Joyner, Jr. 

Status and Role of Women, Commission on Thomas G. Holtsclaw 

Stewardship, Board of Thomas G. Holtsclaw 

United Methodist Foundation, Inc George W. Johnson 

Worship, Board of Robert L Baldridge 



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CONFERENCE AGENCIES 

VITALIZATION PROJECT: Stephen C. Compton, Team Leader, P O Box 1 0955, 
Raleigh, MC 27605, Telephone: 919/832-9560 or MC Toll Free 1-800-621-5467 

THE UNITED METHODIST FOUNDATION, INC.: Thomas E. Chandler, Presi- 
dent, P O Drawer 1239, Burlington, MC 27216, Telephone: 919/229-0892; Douglas L 
Byrd, Executive Vice-President, Office of Planned Giving, P O Box 1 0955, Raleigh, MC 
27605, Telephone: 919/832-9560 or MC Toll Free 1-800-621-5467 

METHODIST HOME FOR CHILDREN: Rufus H. Stark, Executive Director, P O Box 
12605, Raleigh, MC 27605, Telephone: 919/833-2834 

CYPRESS GLEN RETIREMENT COMMUNITY: Alan R. Austin, Administrator, 1 00 
Hickory St., Greenville, MC 27858, Telephone: 830-0036 

METHODIST RETIREMENT HOMES, INC.: L. Amos Tinnell, Executive Director, 
2616 Erwin Rd., Durham, MC 27705, Telephone: 919/383-2567 

METHODIST RETIREMENT HOMES IN DURHAM: Mack Brown, Administrator, 
2616 Erwin Rd., Durham, MC 27705, Telephone: 919/383-2567 

WESLEY PINES RETIREMENT HOME IN LUMBERTON: Turner T. Prickett III, 
Administrator, 100 Wesley Pines Rd., Lumberton, MC 28358, Telephone: 919/738-9691 

LOUISBURG COLLEGE: J. Allen Morris, Jr., President, Louisburg, MC 27549, 
Telephone: 919/496-2521 

METHODIST COLLEGE: M. Elton Hendricks, President, Fayetteville, MC 28311, 
Telephone: 91 9/488-71 1 or 1 -800-232-71 1 

NORTH CAROLINA WESLEYAN COLLEGE: Leslie H. Garner, Jr., President, 
Rocky Mount, MC 27804, Telephone: 919/977-7171 

NORTH CAROLINA STATE COMMISSION ON CAMPUS MINISTRY: Paul D 
Lowder, Chairperson, Gnited Methodist Campus Ministers in Morth Carolina, 9135 Blair 
Rd., Charlotte, MC 28227, (Study) 704/545-6785, (Home) 704/545-5581 

UNITED METHODIST CAMPUS MINISTERS IN NORTH CAROLINA: 

A & T State University: Sadye Joyner Milton, 913 Bluford SL, Greensboro, MC 27401, (Study) 
919/273-5691, (Home) 919/621-4241 

Appalachian State University: Shelly W. Wall, 339A E. King St., Boone, NC 28607, (Study) 
704/264-9606 

Duke University: Oli Jenkins, Duke Chapel, Duke University, Durham, NC 27706, (Study) 
919/684-5955, (Home) 688-9451 

East Carolina University. Dan Earnhardt, P O Box 1327, Greenville, NC 28735, (Study) 
919/278-2030 (Home) 919/355-2430 

NC Central University: (without a minister at this time) 

NC State University. William G. Sharpe IV, 2501 Clark Ave., Raleigh, NC 27607, (Study) 
919/833-1861, (Home) 919/467-0704 

Pembroke State University Contact Person: Jerry Lowry, 100 Breece St., Pembroke, NC 
28372, (Study) 919/521-8197, (Home) 919/521-9044 

UNC - Chapel Hill: Manuel Wortman, 214 Pittsboro St. , Chapel Hill, NC 27514, (Study) 919/942- 
2152, (Home) 919/942-3612 

UNC - Charlotte: Tim Auman, 4323 E. Walker Ave., Charlotte, NC 28211, Telephone: (Study) 
704/547-4068, (Home) 704/364-5257 

UNC - Greensboro: Ron Moss, 1207 Walker Ave., Greensboro, NC 27403, (Study) 919/379- 
51 19, (Home) 919/275-8397 

UNC - Wilmington: Bob Haywood, P O Box 3725, Wilmington, NC 28406, (Study) 919/799- 
1 160, (Home) 919/686-9288 

Western Carolina University George Weekley, P O Box 33, Cullowhee, NC 28723, (Study) 
704/293-9214, (Home) 704/586-6730 

Winston-Salem Ministry (Wake Forest, Winston-Salem State, Salem College): David Riffe, P O 
Box 7433, Winston-Salem, NC 27109, (Study) 919/761-5248, (Home) 919/777-0179 



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HISTORICAL STATEMENT 

I. COMPOSITION 

The North Carolina Conference of the United Methodist Church is composed of: 

1) The eastern portion of the former North Carolina Conference of The United 
Methodist Protestant Church. 

2) The former North Carolina Conference of The Methodist Episcopal Church 
South. 

3) The coastal region of the former Blue Ridge-Atlantic Conference of The 
Methodist Episcopal Church. 

4) The Eastern District, North Carolina-Virginia Conference, Central Jurisdiction. 

II. ORGANIZATION 

The organizing dates of the four former Conferences were as follows: 

1) The North Carolina Conference of The Methodist Protestant Church 1828, at 
Whitaker's Chapel in Halifax Councy, North Carolina. 

2) The North Carolina Conference of The Methodist Episcopal Church.South, 1 837. 

3) The Blue Ridge-Atantic Conference of The Methodist Episcopal Church, 1 879, 
at Greensboro, North Carolina, first named Southern Central Conference; two 
years later, 1881, renamed Blue Ridge-Atlantic Conference. 

4) The Eastern District North Carolina-Virginia Annual Conference was organized 
at a special session on August 11,1 964, at Bennett College, Greensboro, North 
Carolina. 

III. SESSIONS OF THE CONSTITUENT CONFERENCES BEFORE CJNION IN 1 939: 
(Seel 988 Journal.) 

IV. UNION: The Unification of the North Carolina Conferences was accomplished by the 
Unification of the three major branches of American Methodism in the United States 
at Kansas City, Missouri, May 10, 1939. 

V. SESSIONS SINCE UNION IN 1 939: (See 1 988 Journal.) 

VI. SESSIONS OF OTHER CONFERENCES: (See 1 988 Journal.) 

VII. SESSIONS SINCE UNION IN 1968 OF THE METHODIST CHURCH AND THE 
EVANGELICAL UNITED BRETHEN CHURCH 

Sessions of the NC Conference of The United Methodist Church, 1968 - 1990 



HELD 

143 Fayetteville 

144 Chapel Hill 

145 Greenville 

146 Fayetteville 

147 Durham 

148 Fayetteville 

149 Fayetteville 

150 Fayetteville 

151 Fayetteville 

152 Fayetteville 

153 Fayetteville 

154 Fayetteville 

155 Fayetteville 

156 Fayetteville 

157 Fayetteville 

158 Fayetteville 

159 Fayetteville 

160 Fayetteville 

161 Durham 

162 Fayetteville 

163 Fayetteville 

164 Fayetteville 

165 Fayetteville 



WHEN 
June 1968 
June 1969 
June 1970 
June 1971 
June 1972 
June 1973 
June 1974 
June 1975 
June 1976 
June 1977 
June 1978 
June 1979 
June 1980 
June 1981 
June 1982 
June 1983 
June 1984 
June 1985 
June 1986 
June 1987 
June 1988 
Ju-ie 1 989 
June 1990 



PRESIDENT 

Paul N. Garber 

W. R. Cannon 

W. R. Cannon 

W. R. Cannon 

W. R. Cannon 

W. R. Cannon 

R. M. Blackburn 

R. M. Blackburn 

R. M. Blackburn 

R. M. Blackburn 

R. M. Blackburn 

R. M. Blackburn 

R. M. Blackburn 

W. R. Cannon 

W. R. Cannon 

W. R. Cannon 

W. R. Cannon 

C. P. Minnick, Jr. 

C. P. Minnick, Jr. 

C. P. Minnick, Jr. 

C. P. Minnick, Jr. 

C. P. Minnick, Jr. 

C. P. Minnick, Jr. 



SECRETARY 

W. Carleton Wilson 

W. Carleton Wilson 

W. Carleton Wilson 

W. Carleton Wilson 

A. Kimsey King 

A. Kimsey King 

A. Kimsey King 

James H. Coile 

James H. Coile 

James H. Coile 

James H. Coile 

James H. Coile 

James H. Coile 

L T. Wilson 

L T. Wilson 

L. T. Wilson 

L T. Wilson 

L T. Wilson 

L T. Wilson 

L T. Wilson 

L T. Wilson 

James H. Coile 

James H. Coile 



15 

RULES OF ORDER AND PROCEDURE 
Section I: Rules of Order 

1 . Robert's Rules of Order shall apply to any situation not covered by these rules. 

2. A member may speak out only once on any one motion until all who desire to speak 
have done so; and then he/she may speak only one additional time. 

3. The chairperson of an agency (or someone designated by him/her) shall be allowed 
to speak last on his/her report even though the previous questions have been or- 
dered. 

4. Speeches shall be limited to ten (1 0) minutes except by consent of the Conference. 

5. If any part of these rules conflict with The Book of Discipline of The United Methodist 
Church, the Discipline shall prevail. 

6. The Rules of Order and Procedure for the North Carolina Annual Conference of The 
United Methodist Church shall apply to the Annual Conference as regularly scheduled 
and to all called sessions of the Conference. 

Section II: Voting 

1 . Voting shall be by "yes or no" or by a "show of hands" or by "standing" at the discre- 
tion of the chair. 

2. A count vote may be ordered or called by any member of the Conference supported 
by one-fifth (1/5) of the members present and voting. The results of a count vote 
shall be printed in the Journal. The chair may call for a count vote if he/she is in doubt 
as to the outcome of the vote. 

3. All votes shall be cast in the bar of the Conference. The bar of the Conference shall 
be determined by the Conference at the beginning of the first session. 

Section III: Election of Delegates to General and Jurisdictional Conferences 

1 . The election of clerical delegates shall be by secret ballot. (Each person eligible to 
vote shall indicate his/her choice of names for the places ordered by the chair on the 
secret ballot without prior nomination, with balloting to continue until a majority is 
received by sufficient persons to fulfill the needed number of delegates.) 

2. a. Any lay person who is a member of the United Methodist Church of the North 

Carolina Conference who wishes to be a nominee may submit a resume, not to 
exceed 200 words. Resumes may also be submitted on behalf of a prospective 
nominee. 

b. Consent of the nominee should be obtained after the nominee has been in- 
formed of the duties of a delegate. 

c. Any lay member of the Church may be voted for whether a resume is submitted 
or not. 

d. Resumes should be mailed to the Conference lay leader by April 1 of the year 
prior to the upcoming General and Jurisdictional Conferences. 

e. The list of nominees and their resumes will be prepared and distributed by the 
Conference Board of Lay Life and Work at the District Briefings or be mailed with 
the Book of Reports. 

f. The election of lay delegates shall be by secret ballot as above. Electors may vote 
for any eligible person, whether nominated as above or not. 

3. All votes shall be cast upon the official ballots authorized by the Conference. 

4. Ballots shall be numbered consecutively and only ballots with the number an- 
nounced by the chair shall be valid. Defaced ballots will not be valid. (If a member 
defaces a ballot, he/she may exchange it for a new one at the secretary's desk.) 

5. Each member will place his/her own ballot in the ballot box held by a teller. 

6. Different colored ballots will be provided for lay and clerical members. 

7. The names of persons receiving less than ten votes shall not be reported to the Con- 
ference. 



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8. Five alternates to Jurisdictional Conference shall be elected. 

9. A ballot will be considered invalid in the following cases: 

a. Any electronic ballot which is not marked clearly and darkly with a number 2 lead 
pencil. (Any the scanner will not read.) 

b. More or less than the maximum number of votes permitted on that particular 
ballot. 

c. Voting for a person already elected. 

d. Voting for someone not eb'gible. 

e. Voting twice for the same person. 
Section IV: Conference Structure 

1 . The Bishop and Cabinet shall determine the size of and nominate the members of 
all Boards, Agencies, Commissions, and Committees authorized by the General Con- 
ference, the Southeastern Jurisdictional Conference, and this Conference, except in 
those cases where the Discipline or the Annual Conference directs otherwise. 

2. Near the end of each quadrennium, the heads of all Boards, Agencies, Commissions, 
and Committees shall submit a list of qualified, suggested nominees to the Bishop 
and the Cabinet for their consideration in the formation of new Boards, Divisions, 
Commissions, and Committees. 

3. Recommendations and nominations shall be subject to the approval of the Annual 
Conference. 

4. a. At the beginning of each quadrennium all Boards, Agencies, Commissions, and 

Committees shall elect their officers only after all their members have been 
notified of the organizational meeting. A member of the Cabinet or the Con- 
ference Staff (designated by the Cabinet) shall serve as the convening officer for 
the organizational meeting. 

b. All elections in the Boards and Agencies of the North Carolina Annual Con- 
ference shall be by written, secret ballot of those present and eligible to vote. 
Nominations from the floor may be made. 

c. The presiding Bishop shall be requested to announce the Cabinet assignments 
to the various Boards and Agencies at some point during the Annual Conference. 

d. Tenure for membership for all persons on boards, agencies, commissions, and 
committees shall be eight years, with one exception: the Board of Laity where 
tenure shall be six years for members and four years for the Conference lay leader. 
(The Conference lay leader may serve also the unexpired term of his/her 
predecessor.) 

5. The membership is to be as outlined in the complete Lay/Clergy Equalization Plan 
found in the 1 990 Journal. 

6. The Conference structure shall be as determined by the charter of the Conference 
Council on Ministries. In addition there shall be a coordinator of ministerial rela- 
tions/administrative assistant to the bishop with such duties and responsibilities as 
determined by the Annual Conference or assigned by the residing bishop. 

7. The Secretary: The secretary of the Annual Conference shall be elected quadrennial- 
ly, at the first session of the Conference after the meeting of the General Conference; 
and on nominations arising from the floor. 

a. The position of Conference Secretary shall be continued on a part-time basis 
with adequate funding provided. 

b. The responsibilities of the Conference Secretary shall be defined as follows: 

1 ) To fulfill the duties and functions of the Conference Secretary as adopted 
by The Book of Discipline of The United Methodist Church 

2) To edit the Conference Journal. 

3) And such other duties as are stipulated by the Annual Conference. 



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a) Provides for the Local Entertainment Committee any necessary infor- 
mation pertinent to Conference entertainment, and to provide the 
names and addresses of all persons (guests, delegates, and reserves) 
to be invited and entertained, including early arrivals. 

b) Provides delegate registration cards with complete information, by dis- 
tricts, 

c) Serves as a member of the Annual Conference Program Committee 
and responsible for the printing and the distribution of the Conference 
Program as planned by the Bishop and the Program Committee, also 
the Book of Recommendations, 

d) Serves as chairman of the Annual Conference Committee on Memoirs 
and is responsible for the compiling and the printing of the memoirs 
and the Memorial Service as prepared by the Bishop and the Memoirs 
Committee, 

e) Arranges with the Local Entertainment Committee plans for all special 
luncheons or banquets, 

Provides a packet for each delegate with necessary materials, including 
name tags, 

g) Responsible for proper preparation of ordination credentials and other 
documents, and securing the class photos, 

h) Provides necessary office equipment and supplies during Annual Con- 
ference for the following offices: Bishop, Conference Secretary, 
Cabinet, Cabinet Secretary, Conference Statistician, Treasurer, and 
United Methodist information, 

i) Nominates secretarial staff, assigns and supervises their work, 

j) Compiles list of lay delegates and reserves for Journal, 

k) Serves as editor of Conference Journal with responsibility for printing 
and distribution, 

1) Keeps accurate alphabetical and chronological rolls of ministers, in- 
cluding career records, widows and children of ministers, 

m) Provides required statistical information for General Church Agencies, 

n) Serves as Conference archivist and custodian of historical artifacts and 
information of antecedent conferences, 

o) Receives and retains surrendered credentials. 

c. The position of Conference Secretary shall be limited by a tenure of eight years, 
effective at the beginning of the 1 972-1 973 Conference Year. 

d. Proper provision shall be made in The United Methodist Building in Raleigh for 
the protection and the preservation of all records, historical data, etc. of the North 
Carolina Conference of The United Methodist Church and (and any antecedent 
conferences) dating prior to the Union of 1 939 now being held by the Conference 
Secretary and the Conference Statistician. 

e. Assistant Secretaries: The Secretary shall nominate his/her assistants and the 
Conference shall elect. 

f. Conference Stenographers: The Conference Secretary shall employ the Con- 
ference stenographers. 

The Conference Statistician: 

a. The position of Conference Statistician shall be continued on a part-time basis 
with those duties stipulated by The Book of Discipline of The United Methodist 
Church, with adequate funding provided. 

b. The position of Conference Statistician shall be limited by a tenure of eight years, 
effective at the beginning of the 1 972-1 973 Conference Year. 



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9. Compensation: The Council on Finance and Administration shall determine, subect 
to the approval of the Conference, the compensation given officers for their services 
and also, the method and amount for meeting expenses of said officers. The Con- 
ference treasurer shall pay these amounts. 

10. The Conference Lay Leader: The Conference Lay Leader shall be elected quadren- 
nially, at the first session of the Annual Conference following General Conference on 
nomination by the Bishop and Cabinet and the Executive Committee of the Board 
of Laity. Should the vacancy occur at any other time it would be filled by the same 
procedure. The Conference Lay Leader shall serve as the chairperson of the Board 
of Laity. 

1 1 . Committees and Boards: 

a. The Conference Board of Trustees shall be required to meet at least once a year 
other than the regular meeting at the session of the Annual Conference. 

b. There shall be a Program Committee of the Conference consisting of the resi- 
dent Bishop, the Conference secretary, the host district superintendent, the chair- 
person of Local Committee on Entertainment, the Conference lay leader, the 
Conference president of the GMW, the GMY, and the director of the Conference 
Council on Ministries. They shall determine the compensation and expense for 
invited speakers and this shall be paid from the Conference expense fund. 

c. There shall be an Entertainment Committee composed of three ministers and 
three laypersons. The Committee shall be elected at the session of the Annual 
Conference after the meeting of the General Conference. The Committee shall 
receive invitations and recommend to the Annual Conference the place and 
method of entertaining the Annual Conference. A local church or other institu- 
tion may host the Annual Conference upon acceptance of the invitation of the 
Annual Conference. 

1 ) When no invitation has come from the local church or other institution, the 
Annual Conference will be held at Methodist College and North Carolina 
Wesleyan College on alternating years (held at Methodist College until Wes- 
leyan has an auditorium). 

2) The Cabinet will designate a district each year on a rotating basis as the host 
district (when the Conference is held at Methodist College and North 
Carolina Wesleyan College) which will be responsible for ushers, flowers, and 
other related items of hospitality. 

d. There shall be a Committee on Memoirs composed of the Conference secretary, 
and the district superintendents. They are charged with the responsibility of 
providing for all details of the memorial service. The Conference secretary shall 
serve as its chairperson. 

e. There shall be a Committee on Daily Minutes elected each year to examine the 
daily minutes of the sessions of the Conference and report daily to the Con- 
ference. 

f. There shall be a Committee on Appeals appointed quadrennially, composed of 
five members whose duties shall be to hear appeals from the decisions of the 
several District Boards of Church Location and Buildings, or any other questions 
that may properly come before it. 

g. There shall be a Committee of Rules which shall provide to the Conference a 
document of Rules of Order and Procedure and the policies and standing rules 
and structure that the Conference from time to time shall adopt for its function- 
ing. This document shall be presented to each Annual Conference. 

h. There shall be constituted a Committee on Courtesies and Introductions annual- 
ly, at the first session of the Conference. 



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i. There shall be a Committee on Resolutions and Reference which shall schedule 
all resolutions for consideration by the Annual Conference, including resolutions 
from boards and agencies printed in The Conference Program, Recommenda- 
tions and Reports. This scheduling will not constitute a recommendation for ap- 
proval, disapproval or referral of such a resolution. Any resolution not in 
Conference publications will be reviewed by this committee, which shall recom- 
mend to the Annual Conference approval, disapproval, or referral to another 
board or agency. With each report the committee shall state the rationale for the 
recommendation. 

1 2. No person may serve on more than one board of trustees of an institution to which 
trustees are elected by the Conference. 

Section V: Financial Administration 

1 . The Conference treasurer and all others receiving and disbursing funds from our 
Conference shall be required to make audited statements annually, and to print the 
same in the Journal. 

2. The Council on Finance and Administration shall present its report to the Annual 
Conference only after all other committees, commissions, boards, and agencies 
having claims on the budget have presented their report. 

3. Each district superintendent shall furnish the Conference treasurer as early as pos- 
sible following the completion of the Charge Conferences an official copy of the 
amounts budgeted by each local church for Conference apportionments; and a 
schedule of salaries of clergy as budgeted shall be sent to the presiding bishop. 

Section VI: Reports, Resolutions, Motions, and Amendments to Report 

1 . All reports, recommendations, and resolutions to be included in the Book of Recom- 
mendations shall be sent to the Conference secretary, typewritten or in some other 
form acceptable to the Conference secretary, on or before the date approved for 
such by the Council on Ministries and published in the Conference calendar. 

2. Resolutions presented to the Annual Conference, other than those printed in con- 
ference publications, shall be submitted in writing to the Conference secretary with 
copies for all members of the Annual Conference. Such resolutions shall be 
presented to the Annual Conference on one day and considered the next day. A 
resolution is considered "presented" to the Annual Conference when it is distributed 
in Conference publications or distributed to members on the floor of the Annual Con- 
ference after authorization by the Conference secretary and chairperson of the Com- 
mittee on Resolutions and Reference. All copies distributed shall indicate the source 
of the resolution. No resolution shall be distributed later than the second night of the 
Annual Conference session. All resolutions shall be referred to the Conference Com- 
mittee on Resolutions and Reference. The committee shall report to the Annual Con- 
ference daily. 

3. Motions presented to the Annual Conference and amendments to motions shall be 
in writing and placed in the hands of the Conference secretary prior to or when 
presented or immediately following. 

4. Any report, recommendation, resolution, or motion requiring funding over and 
beyond the Conference budget as presented by the Council on Finance and Ad- 
ministration shall be submitted in writing to the Conference secretary with copies for 
all the lay and clergy members of the Conference. Such report, recommendation, 
resolution, or motion shall be presented to the Annual Conference on one day and 
considered the next day. No such report, recommendation, resolution, or motion 
shall be distributed later than the second night of the Conference. All such reports, 
recommendations, resolutions, or motions shall be referred to the Conference Coun- 
cil on Finance and Administraton. 



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Section VII: Pastor's Report to the Annual Conference - Statistics 

1 . Final remittances for the current calendar year shall be made to the Conference 
Council on Finance and Administration. 

2. Each table of the report shall be filled out by individual churches. 

3. Table II shall be made out in even dollars only. 

4. Tables I and II shall be printed in the Conference Journal with individual church 
reports and charge totals as compiled by the Conference statistician from the pastor's 
reports. 

Section VIII: The Conference Journal 

1 . The Conference secretary shall be charged with the responsibility of editing and 
making contracts for the publication of the Conference Journal, in keeping with 
regulations of the General Conference and of the Southeastern Jurisdictional Con- 
ference. The editor shall have full authority to condense reports, memoirs, and other 
papers when necessary. 

2. One complimentary copy of the Conference Journal shall be sent to each of the fol- 
lowing: the Conference claimants, lay members of the Conference boards, the educa- 
tional and church-related institutions of the North Carolina Conference, and lay 
members of the Annual Conference. The Conference secretary shall have discretion- 
ary authority to send copies to such other institutions and agencies of the General 
Church as he/she may deem advisable. Three copies shall be sent to each pastor 
without charge. All other copies shall be sold at $1 0.00 each. Monies accruing from 
the sale of the Journal shall be deposited with the Conference treasurer and credited 
to the Journal Account. 

3. That the Conference shall publish a one volume Journal of the North Carolina An- 
nual Conference each year. 

Section IX: Districts 

1 . The number of districts shall be twelve. 

2. Any change in the number of districts shall be approved at one Annual Conference 
to take effect at the next Annual Conference. A majority may change the number of 
districts. 

3. A district conference may be held annually in each district. 

4. The district president, sub-district presidents, and the local church presidents of the 
United Methodist Youth Fellowship shall be delegates to the District Conference, in 
addition to those named by the 1 972 Discipline. 

5. The district lay leaders shall be elected annually by the Annual Conference on 
nomination of the district superintendent and the Conference lay leader. 

Section X: Displays at the Annual Conference 

Display tables and similar matters shall be allocated by the Conference secretary only 
to those agencies directly related to or a part of the North Carolina Annual Conference. 
Section XI: Amendments 

These rules of order and procedure may be amended by a two-thirds vote on the next 
day a proposed amendment has been presented in writing, providing that the rule govern- 
ing the manner in which the number of districts may be changed cannot be amended 
until the next Annual Conference. 
Section XII: When the Rules Become Effective 

These rules of order and procedure of the North Carolina Annual Conference shall be- 
come effective immediately upon passage by the vote of the majority of the Conference. 

Charles M. Cook, Chairperson 
James H. Coile, Secretary 



Conference Organization and Personnel 
Committees of the Annual Conference 

SECTION II 



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1990 CONFERENCE ORGANIZATION AND PERSONNEL 

Annual Conference Program, Committee on 

Area Bishop C. P. Minnick, Jr. 

Conference Secretary James H. Coile 

Conference Lay Leader Robert C. Frazier, Sr. 

District Superintendent, Host District J. Malloy Owen III 

Chairperson, Local Committee on Entertainment William P. Lowdermilk 

President, CJMM R. B. Goforth 

President, CJMW Jane H. Johnson 

President, UMYF Jennifer Jones 

Executive Director, Council on Ministries G. Robert McKenzie, Jr. 

Ex-Officio 

Administrative Assistant to the Bishop Kermit L. Braswell 

Annual Conference Music Coordinator Michael R. Barker 

Associate Director for Communications/Stewardship Wilburn L. Norton, Jr. 

Chairperson, Board of Worship Robert E. Bergland 

Conference Treasurer Herb Stout 

Lay Leader, Host District Floyd R. Evans 

Courtesies and Introduction, Committee on 

J. Malloy Owen III, Chairperson, Thomas E. Loftis, Glenda Morton 

District Conference Records, Committee on 

Susan C. Lindblade, Chairperson, Jerry Lowry, Margaret Anne Biddle 

Investigation, Committee on 

Principals: F. Owen Fitzgerald, Jr., Edith L. Gleaves, A. P. Hill, Jr., Bill James Locklear, 

Travis W. Owen, Ben C. Rouse, Charles M. Smith 

Reserves: Jesse V. Bone, W. Edward Privette, Judi Johnson Smith 

Memoirs, Committee on 

The Conference Secretary and the Cabinet 

Minutes, Committee on 

W. Stanley Smith, Jr., Chairperson, Theodore V. Carter, Sr., Ellis Henry Townsend 

Registration of Delegates, Committee on 

Hazel Collier, Chairperson, Ray T. Gooch 

Resolutions and Reference, Committee on 

Gwen Henderson, Chairperson 

Clerical: Paul W. Boone, S. Dufrene Cummings, Alan P. Swartz 

Lay: Robert C. Frazier, Sr., Jane H. Johnson 

TELLERS 

Chief Clerical Teller George D. Speake 

Chief Lay Teller Anna Gail Workman 

District Clerical Lay 

Burlington R. Michael Sykes Ben Bulla 

Durham Gayla G. Estes Paula Pitard 

Elizabeth City John M. Crowe Bill Early 

Fayetteville Charlene H. Pierce John Pat McCall 

Goldsboro Charles H. Hutchinson A. S. Moseley 

Greenville Charles B. Owens Edgar (Dick) Douglas 

New Bern J. Sidney Epperson Oscar Brock 

Raleigh Roderick L Mullen Marian Hege 

Rockingham David O. Malloy Oscar Delaney 

Rocky Mount William E. Hollicfay Taylor Oakes 

Sanford Duke C. Lackey Esther Burke 

Wilmington Brian D. Perry Olivia Mattocks 



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1988 - 1992 QUADRENNIAL BOARDS AND AGENCIES 
ADMINISTRATIVE BOARDS AND AGENCIES 

Appeals, Committee on 

CLERGY: 1984-Nancy R. Best; 1988-Charles C. Davis, Henry B. Grant, Jr. 
LAY: 1 988-Herman N. Ward, Jr., Elowyn Woods 
Conference Entertainment, Committee on 

CHAIRPERSON: Margie G. Mann,2624 Belaire Dr.,Sanford 27330 776-3315 

VICE-CHAIRPERSON: Larry Robinson, POBox 1512,Lillington 27546 893-8144 

SECRETARY: Diane Blanchard,2616 Erwin Rd., Durham 27705 383-2567 

CLERGY: 1 988-William P. Lowdermilk, Diane Blanchard, Larry Robinson 

LAY: 1989 -J. Reese Bailey, 1988-W. Ed Hammond, Margie G. Mann 
Conference Rules, Committee on 

CHAIRPERSON: Charles M. Cook,4555 Rosehill Rd.,Fayetteville 2831 1 488-6651 

VICE-CHAIRPERSON: Simeon Cummings, POBox 725,Pembroke 28372 . . . .521-8906 
SECRETARY: James H. Coile,200 Hillsborough Rd.,Carrboro 27510 942-1223 

CLERGY: 1 985-Simeon F. Cummings; 1 988-CharIes M. Cook; EX-OFFICIO: Conf. 
Sec., James H. Coile 

LAY: 1 984-Sam B. Underwood, Jr.; 1 988-T. W. King, Anna Gail Workman, Marion S. 
Thomas 
Diaconal Ministry, Board of 

(1 FROM EACH DISTRICT, 1/3 CLERGY; 2/3 LAY, 1/2 OF WHOM SHALL BE 
DIACONAL MINISTERS) 

CHAIRPERSON: Margaret Anne Biddle.POBox 2597,Burlington 27216 227-6263 

VICE-CHAIRPERSON: Shirley T. Jones, Rt.1, Box 169A,Maxton 28364 844-5751 

SECRETARY: Mark Gourley,1608 Pine St.,Goldsboro 27530 734-7714 

TREASURER: Marshall R. Old,303 N.Main St., Graham 27253 226-4343 

REGISTRAR: Stephen Vaughn 11,2000 E.6th St., Greenville 27858 752-6154 

BCJ: 1984-Margaret A. Biddle; DG: 1986-Barry L Lane; EC: 1988 John M. Crowe; FA 
1990OoAnn Oulton; GO: 1988-Mark Gourley; GR: 1987-Stephen W. Vaughn II; NB 
1 987-Brigitte Freeman; RA: 1984-Robert L. Huckaby; RO: 1 987-Shirley T. Jones; RM 
1 989 Jerry W. Cribb; SA: 1990-Carolyn Smith; Wl: 1988-Marion Cooper; AT LARGE 
1 988-Marshall R. Old; 1 985-Carol D. Strange; 1 987-Terry Wethington; EX-OFFICIO: CEF 
PRES., Brigitte Freeman; FGMMWOA PRES., Mark Gourley; ADM ASST.TO BISHOP, 
Kermit L. Braswell; CAB. REP, E. M. Thompson, Jr. 

COMMITTEE ON INVESTIGATION: 

Principals: Denise Connor, Harold Jacobs, Carol D. Strange 

Reserves: Margaret Ann Biddle, Robert Huckaby, Jr. 
Disability, Joint Committee on 

CHAIRPERSON: Wilbur I. Jackson,2904 Walnut St.Cary 2751 1 851-1551 

VICE-CHAIRPERSON: Michael Rees,3101 Essex Cir.,Rafeigh 27608 782-2631 

SECRETARY: Samuel W. Loy,102 Dellwood Dr., Greenville 27858 752-6154 

AT LARGE: 1988-Samuel W. Loy, William Musser, Michael Rees; PENSIONS (2): 
Clementine Graham, Wilbur Jackson; ORDAINED MINISTRY (2) Carrie Parrish, P. D. 
Midgett III; ADMIN.ASSTTO BISHOP: Kermit L Braswell; CAB.REP.: M. Randall Baker; 
EX-OFFICIO: Herb Stout 
Episcopacy, Committee on 

CHAIRPERSON: Ruth L Cade,5325 Maryland Dr.,Fayetteville 2831 1 488-7032 

VICE-CHAIRPERSON :Robby Lowry.l 01 Fayettevl Rd,#7,Rock , nghm28379.895-9095 
SECRETARY: Camille Yorkey Edwards, Rt. 2, Box 52A,Ocean Isle Bch. 28459 .579-5753 

LAYWOMEN: 1984: Flora Cobb; 1988-Flossie McNair, Ruth Cade; LAYMEN: 1988 -J. 
D. Gwyn, Jr., David Hammond, Ernest Wendell; CLERGYPERSONS: 1988-Lisa Brown 
Cole, Albert Shuler, Camille Yorkey Edwards; APPOINTED BY BISHOP: 1 984 -J. Thomas 
Smith; 1985-Jack L Hunter, Kermit L Braswell.; AT LARGE: 1988-Conf.Lay Leader, 
Robert C. Frazier, Sr., Jill Thornton, RobbvLowry; JCJRIS.COM.ON EPISCOPACY: J. Allen 
Norris, Jr., F. Belton Joyner, Jr. 



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Equitable Salaries, Commission on 

(1 PERSON FROM EACH DISTRICT-6 LAY, 6 CLERGY, 1 EACH FROM A CHURCH 
OF LESS THAN 200 MEMBERS) 

CHAIRPERSON: Ahvin M. Horne,4702 Friendship-Pat.Mili Rd.,Burl'gtn27215 227-0381 
VICE-CHAIRPERSON: Louise Peterson,429 Raynor Dr., Fayetteville 28301 . . 488-8630 

SECRETARY: Jesse Brunson,1021 Oberlin Rd., Raleigh 27605 828-9989 

TREASURER: Herb Stout,POBox 10955,Raleigh 27605 1-800-621-5467 

BU: 1986-Alvin M. Home; DC: 1987-Bess G. Hunnings; EC: 1990-Don Craft; FA: 
1984-Louise Peterson; GO: 1 988-Randolph Mattocks; GR: 1986-Earl G. Dulaney; NB: 
1984-Stanley Harrell; RA: 1988 Jesse Brunson; RO: 1 984-Murphy Woods; RM: 1990- 
John Paschal; SA: 1984-Ray T. Gooch; Wl: 1988-David Ward; AT LARGE: 1984-Larry 
Roberson; 1986-Ben C. Rouse; DUKE ENDOWMENT: Albert Fisher; ADMIN.ASST.TO 
BISHOP, Kermit L. Braswell, CAB. REP., 
Finance and Administration, Council on 

(5 CLERGY AND 6 LAY PERSONS) 

PRESIDENT: Cashar W. Evans, Jr.,69 Poteskeet Tr ..Kitty Hawk 27949 441-5994 

VICE-PRESIDENT: Judi J. Smith,4178 Mt.Hermon-Rk.Cr.Rd., Graham 27253 376-31 19 

SECRETARY: Laura J. Little^ King George Rd., Greenville 27858 756-5704 

TREASURER: Herb Stout.POBox 10955,Rafeigh 27605 1-800-621-5467 

CLERGY: 1985 Jimmy F. Cummings, Judi J. Smith, Randy L Wall; 1988-William C. 
Simpson, Jr. , Charles M. Smith, Robert L. Wallace, Paul L. Leeland; 1 989-George A. Jones 

LAY: 1983-Everett Blake; 1984-Cashar Evans; 1985-Laura Little; 1986-Jean Bullock; 
1 987-Bert Matthews; 1988-Karl Kendrick, Alfred Jones, Margaret Saunders, Marvin Bar- 
nes; 1989 James A. Jones; 1990-Mack Parker 

EX-OFFICIO: GCFA REP., Kermit L Braswell; CCOM REP., G. Robert McKenzie, Jr.; 
CAB. REP., George W. Johnson, BISHOP, C. P. Minnick, Jr.; CONF.TREAS., Herb Stout 
Joint Review, Committee on 

CHAIRPERSON: Charles K. Moseley,Rt.2,Box 343B,Goldsboro 27534 778-9881 

VICE-CHAIRPERSON: Samuel D.McMillan,Jr.,2201 Lynwood Dr,Wilm.28403 762-0400 
SECRETARY: J. Edward Morrison,Box 310,226 N. Main.Roxboro 27573 .... 599-1 193 

2 DISTRICT SUPERINTENDENTS APPOINTED ANNUALLY BY THE BISHOP:Helen 
G. Crotwell, Samuel D. McMillan, Jr. 

2 BOARD OF ORDAINED MINISTRY MEMBERS NOMINATED BY THE CHAIRPER- 
SON AND ELECTED ANNUALLY BYTHE BOARD: RodneyG. Hamm, Charles K. Moseley 

2 NON-CABINET, NON-BOARD MEMBERS IN FULL CONNECTION:William T. Cot- 
tingham III, J. Edward Morrison 

ALTERNATES: M. Randall Baker, Ruth E. Harper, Mark W. Wethington 
Methodist Board of Publication, Inc. 

(9 AT LARGE MEMBERS DIVIDED INTO 4 YEAR CLASSES FOR 5 YEAR TERMS) 

CLASS OF 1991: 1 986-Marjorie Overman, Barbara Short 

CLASS OF 1992: 1986-Ruth Lucier; 1988-Ralph Delano 

CLASS OF 1993: 1 987-Wilhelmina McCallum; 1988-Charles C. Smith, J. Talton 
Madison, Jr. 

CLASS OF 1994: 1 984-Linda James; 1988-Linda Baucom 
Nominations, Committee on 
CHAIRPERSON: Bishop C.P.Minnick,Jr.,POBox 1 0955,Raleigh27605 .1-800-621-5467 

DISTRICT SUPERINTENDENTS: George W. Johnson, Albert Shuler, M. Randall 
Baker, Helen G. Crotwell, J. Malloy Owen III, E. M. Thompson, Jr., Thomas G. Holtsclaw, 
F. Belton Joyner, Jr., Robert L. Baldridge, Caswell E. Shaw, Roger V. Elliott, Samuel D. 
McMillan, Jr.; CCOM EXEC.DIR.: G. Robert McKenzie, Jr.; CONF.LAY LEADER: Robert 
C. Frazier, Sr.; CUMM PRES.: R. B. Goforth; CUMW PRES.: Jane H. Johnson; CUMY 
PRES.: Warren Bevacqua; YAC PRES.: ; RELIGION & RACE REP.: Tryon 

Lowry; COSROW REP.: Bernice Johnson; 12 NAMED BY BISHOP: Ellen Bergland, Mar- 



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garet Biddle, Brenda Brown, Ruth Cade, Flora Cobb, Simeon Cummings, 

Pam Lineberger, William Lowdermilk, Doreen Lowry, Gloria McKenzie, Earl Richardson 

Ordained Ministry, Board of 

CHAIRPERSON:Woodrow W.Wells, Jr.,P O Box 71 1 6,Rocky Mount 27804 . .443-2926 

VICE-CHAIRPERSON:Michele R.Merchant,3329 DonnerTr,WakeFor.27587 .556-8889 

SECRETARY: Charles K. Moseley,Rt.2,Box 343B,Goldsboro 37534 778-5231 

BCI: 1984 Jack L. Hunter; 1986-Fred E. Roberts; DCI: 1984-Albert F. Fisher; 1987- 
Mark W. Wethington, John Harwood; EC: 1 990-BiIl Presnell; 1 988-Raymond K. Wittman; 
FA: 1 987-Lawrence E.Johnson; 1 988-Carrie W. Parrish; GO: 1984-Charles K. Moseley, 
1 984-Robert S. Pullman; GR: 1 989-H. Sidney Huggins, 1 984-M. Dewey Tyson; NB: 1 988- 
DavidA. Banks, PaulW. Boone; 1 989-William W. Sherman, Jr.; RA: 1990-Wallace Kirby; 
1984-G. Paul Phillips III; 1985-Michele R. Merchant; 1986-Glenda W. Johnson, Charles 
L. Pollock; 1987-R. Carl Frazier, Jr.; 1988-W. Joseph Mann; RO: 1989 Jerry Lowry; RM: 
1 984-Woodrow W. Wells, Jr.; SA: 1 990-Lisa B. Cole, 1 990-Paul B. Bunn; Wl: 1 984-Rod- 
ney G. Hamm; 1 988 J. Mark Kasper, P. D. Midgett III; ADM.ASSTTO BISHOP, Kermit L. 
Braswell; CAB. REPS., Caswell E. Shaw, Samuel D. McMillan, Jr. 

LAY OBSERVERS: Mabel M. Cummings, Earle B. Merrill, James H. Thompson, Jr., 
Roberta Scipio 
Pensions, Board of 

CHAIRPERSON: J. Donald Phillips,5731 Roxboro Rd.,Durham 27712 471-0032 

VICE-CHAIRPERSON: Terry Preiss,204 Haverhill Dr.,Fayetteville 28314 868-1030 

SECRETARY: M.Laney FunderburkJr.,33 GlenmoreDr,Durham27707 1-800-338-2586 
TREASURER: Herb Stout,P O Box 10955, Raleigh 27605 1-800-621-5467 

CLERGY CLASS OF 1992: 1984-Billy M. Carden, J. Donald Phillips; 1986-Wilbur I. 
Jackson 

LAY CLASS OF 1992: 1984-Terry Preiss; 1985-C. Lloyd Godley, Jr., Robby Lowry; 
1986-Laney Funderburk, Jr.; 1 988-Clementine Graham, Vevely Malloy 

CLERGY CLASS OF 1996: 1986-Robert C. Redmond; 1988-Lynn T. Wall; 1989- 
Susan Lindblade 

LAY CLASS OF 1996: 1988-Thelma Cooke, Libby Garland, Nicholas Didow, Margie 
G. Mann, Ferrell Blount III, Nancy Tyndall; 

ADM.ASSTTO BISHOP, Kermit L. Braswell; CAB. REP.: M. Randall Baker 
Trustees, Conference Board of 

PRESIDENT: Jerry Lowry.POBox 1707,Pembroke 28372 521-8197 

VICE-PRESIDENT: Charles Mercer, Jr.,920 Cowper Dr.,Raleigh 27608 832-8396 

SECRETARY: Glenn Mason.P O Box 70, Oriental 28571 249-0213 

CLASS OF 1991: 1986-William F. Braswell, William H. Gattis; 1 987-Percy Jones 

CLASS OF 1992: 1988-Glenn E. Mason, Jack M. Hunter, Albert L. Cox 

CLASS OF 1993: 1988-Brian G. Gentle, Jerry Lowry, Beth Keever 

CLASS OF 1 994: Mark A. Kirby, Charles Mercer, Jr., Nancy Marks 

PROGRAM BOARDS AND AGENCIES 

Archives and History, Commission on 

xSi^'^^i^c^^ 6 h Lugar,301 5 Mandy La.. Morehead City 28557 .247-4782 
^ l S^S A E P i. RS 9 rS: Ethel W - TWiibrd,1202 Muriel St., Goldsboro 27530 . .734-3226 
SECRETARY:ElizabethS.(Pat)Bailey,Rt.l ,61 46 SnowCampRd.,Graham27253. 376-31 49 
BCI: 1 988-Elizabeth S. Bailey; DC: 1 989 J. Stanley Brown; EC: 1 990-E. Clifford Shoaf; 
FA: 1986-Lester C. Bissette; GO: 1985-Ethel Twiford; GR: 1 989-Sherwood Godwin; NB: 
1988-Rose Linko; RA: 1988-Thomas Byrd; RO: 1984-C. Franklin Grill; RM 1988- 
Katherine Robinson; SA 1990-Cecil Hackney; Wl 1 990-Denny Wise; AT LARGE: 1984- 
OxyveniaHughley; 1985-HarryGatton; 1 988-Vivian Mitchell, Vassar W.Jones; 19890ean 
Jerome, Lawrence Lugar; 1 990-Lisa Blackwell, Bob Jenkins; STAFF REP., James H. 
Coile; CAB. REP., J. Malloy Owen III 



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Campus Ministry, NC State Commission on 

AT L\RGE: 1984-Brian G. Gentle; 1988-Ben T. Graveley, William H. Gattis, William 
E. King, Grant S. Shockley; 1 989-M. Claire Clyburn; 1 990-Harriett Wright, Robert Owens; 
EX-OFFICIO: Higher Ed. Chair, James E. Vann; CCOM EXEC. DIR., G. Robert McKenzie, 
Jr.; CAMPUS MINISTER REP., Ron Moss, CAB. REP., Roger V. Elliott 
Christian Unity and Interreligious Concerns, Commission on 

CHAIRPERSON: Eric N. Lindblade Jr.,POBox 637, Rockingham 28379 895-4027 

VICE-CHAIRPERSON: Kay Bundy,21 1 Stedman St.Payetteville 28305 484-3314 

SECRETARY: William A. Haddock, Jr.,4718 N.NC 87,GibsonvUle 27249 .... 584-0844 

BCJ: 1988-Glenn B. Everett; DC: 1987-Lizzie G. Chandler; EC: 1988-Thomas L 
Sweeley; FA: 1 988-Kay Bundy; GO: 1 988-Charles M. Hackett; GR: 1 989-Thomas M. Hol- 
lis; NB: 1989 Joyce R Wise; RA: 1 988-William A. Bingham: RO: 1984-Eric N. Lindblade, 
Jr.; RM: 1986-Frances Jordan; SA: 1 988-Scott Washington; Wl: 1 990-Cleo McCranie; AT 
LARGE: 1983 James L. Bryan; 1 985- William A. Haddock, Jr.; 1986-Ryan Eidson; 1988- 
Bobby C. Black, Cattie Mae Hunt; CCOM STAFF REP., G. Robert McKenzie, Jr.; CAB. 
REP., George W. Johnson 
Church and Society, Board of 

CHAIRPERSON: Steven A. Hickle.l 17 Brooks Ave.,Raleigh 27607 832-2403 

VICE-CHAIRPERSON: Leonard Fairley.POBox 961, Hamlet 28345 582-0944 

SECRETARY" 

BCJ: 1990-Gene A. Cobb; 1 986 Jenna Johnson; DCJ: 1988-Mary Ingram; 1990-Mal- 
colm Wells; EC: 1988-ShirleyCohee; 1 990-Paul Stallsworth; FA: 1988 John W.Wenberg, 
Jr., Beth Keever; GO: 1 988-Edith Holloman, S. D. McMillan 111; GR: 1 988-Charles Jenkins, 
Martin R. Armstrong III; NB; 1 988-Larry Vickers; 1990-HoraceMcLaurin;RA: 1988-Henry 
Jarrett; 1990 Joseph Padgett; RO: 1990-Rick Moser, Minnie Bennett; RM: 1988-Mabel 
Mclntyre, 1 989-W. Richman Pinner; SA: 1 989-Terry A. Bryant; 1 986-Charles Oldham; Wl: 
1 985-Pat Watkins; 1 990-Timothy Russell; AT LARGE: 1 984-Leonard Fairley, Steve Hickle; 
1985-AliceAshton; 1988-David L Harvin, Kay Cameron, Noah Woods; 1 989-Sam Wynn; 
1990-Hazel Sorrell; CCOM STAFF REP., Edith L. Gleaves; CAB. REP., Albert Shuler 
Disaster Preparedness, Committee on 

CHAIRPERSON: Dennis P. Levin.P O Box 1 15, Enfield 27823 445-3450 

VICE-CHAIRPERSON: John J. Jansen,Rt.20,Box 1 252,Fayetteville 28306 . . 425-5356 
SECRETARY - 

BCJ: 1990-Robert K. Eldredge; DU: 1988-George Ronald Patton; EC: 1990-William 
Ruth; FA: 1988 John J. Jansen; GO: 1986-Rufus E. Butner III; GR: 1985-Daniel T. 
Earnhardt; NB: 1990-Don Herman; RA: 1985-Richard L. Stone; RO: 1988-Rick Connel- 
ly; RM: 1985-Dennis P. Levin; SA: 1989-Larry D. Crane; Wl: 1989-Steven McElroy; AT 
LARGE: 1988-Foster Jacobs, Stephen Wanger, Tibbie Roberts; 1989 James Huskins; 
1990-Carl D. Belcher;CCOM STAFF REP., G. Robert McKenzie, Jr. 
Education, Board of 

CHAIRPERSON: William E. Cummings,Box 693,Red Springs 28377 843-2752 

VICE-CHAIRPERSON: Laura Early, Rt.l, Box 484,Aulander 27805 345-1841 

SECRETARY: Judy J. Riddle,3125 Braddock Dr.,Raleigh 27612 781-01 10 

BCJ: 1984 Jane Lee; 1987-Susan L. Allred; DC: 1983 J. Edward Morrison; 1985-Marie 
Moffitt; EC: 1988-LauraG. Early, Laura Parker; FA: 1988-EllenM. Bergland, 1990-Keith 
Nanney; GO: 1 989-Mark H. Kennedy; 1 987-Darron Flowers; GR: 1 987-Leslie A. Womack; 
1988-A. Ray Broadwell; NB: 1 990-Robert OKeef; 1988- Nancy J. Piner; RA: 1988-Glen- 
da Snotherly, J. Conrad Glass, Jr.; RO: 1 988-William E. Cummings; 1989-Robert Reis- 
ing; RM: 1988-Rick Clayton, Elaine Lilliston; SA: 1 988-William C. Townsend, 1989 Jerry 
Farmer; Wl: 1988-Shirley Lancaster; 1989-Francis Daniels; AT LARGE: 1986-Doris 
Hodges; 1988-Calvin Stokes, Denise Conner, Roberta Scipio, John M. Meares, Judy J. 
Riddle, CEF PRES., Brigitte Freeman; GMYF PRES., Warren Bevacqua; FCJMMMWOA 
PRES.,Mark GourleyjCCOM STAFF REP.,Carol D. Strange; CAB. REP., J.Malloy Owen III 



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Evangelism, Board of 

CHAIRPERSON: David J. Goehring.208 Cypress Ave.. Wrightsville Bea.23480.686-4041 
VICE-CHAIRPERSON: David O. Malloy,Rt.l,Box 137X,Laurinburg 28352 . . .276-9415 
SECRETARY: Patricia Lykins,412 Belmont Dr.,Durham 27703 596-7660 

BCJ: 1986-Donald Roddy; 1990-William Spencer; DC1: 1986 John W. Ruth; 1987- 
Patricia Lykins; EC: 1 990 Jerry Jackson; 1 988-Martha Capps; FA: 1 988-Charles Coffman, 
Robert C. Flynn; GO: 1984-Hazel Sorrell; 1988-Danny G. Allen; GR: 1987-John Grier; 
1988-WilburC. Teachey; NB: 1 988-Kenneth W. Hall, 1989-Michael Register; RA: 1990- 
Ray Ritchie, M. Whit Warren; RO: 1 986-Dorothy Wilkerson; 1 990-David Malloy; RM: 1 989- 
David S. McAdams, Jr.; 1 988-Marvin F. Webb; SA: 1986-George Braddock; 1 988-Robert 
F. Bundy; Wl: 1 985-David J. Goehring, 1 989 J. B. Helms; AT LARGE: 1 984-Linda Snyder, 
James L. Summey; 1988-Randy Ledbetter, Lena Brooker, 1989-Rene Bideaux, 1990- 
Doris T. Fox; CCOM STAFF REP., Samuel W. Dixon, Jr.; CAB. REP.,Roger V. Elliott 
Health and Welfare Ministries, Board of 

CHAIRPERSON: Anna G. Collins,1200 Manchester Dr., Raleigh 27609 787-2755 

VICE-CHAIRPERSON: Robert H. RavP O Box 307,Magnolia 28353 289-2736 

SECRETARY: J. Milton Hadley, Jr., 1324 Pennrose Dr.^Reidsville 27320 349-8461 

BCJ: 1989-Richard C. Vaughan; DCJ: 1987-Marilyn K. Shipman; EC: 1990-Emitt Mc- 
Call; FA: 1 986-Harold M. Chrismon, Sr.; GO: 1 988-William T. Cottingham; GR: 1 989-Billy 
F. Seate; NB: 1988-Roger D. Cope; RA: 1984-Anne Collins; RO: 1989 Jean Matthews; 
RM: 1990-DeloresLangley.;SA: 1 984-Travis W. OwenjWI: 1 990-William Thomas Clarke; 
AT LARGE: 1985-Brenda Brown; 1986-Patrick Collier, Robert Sheets, Robert H. Ray; 
1988-Linda Sparks, George F. Blanchard, Henry Smith, Milton Hadley; MHC REPS., 
Rufus Stark, Keith Coble; MRH REP., Amos Tinnell; MRH RES. REP., Charity Holland; 
GOLDEN CROSS REP., George Blanchard; SEMAR REP., Simeon Cummings; CCOM 
STAFF REP.,G. Robert McKenzie, Jr.; CAB. REPS.,F. Belton Joyner, Jr.,(MHC), Robert L. 
Baldridge(MRH) 
Higher Education and Campus Ministry, Board of 

CHAIRPERSON: James E. Vann,808 Inlet View Dr.AVilmington 28403 350-2666 

VICE-CHAIRPERSON: William H. Gattis.Box 728,Chapel Hill 27514 929-7191 

SECRETARY: Homer Bass,2518 Tryon Rd., Durham 27705 489-4383 

BO: 1986-William H. Gattis, Donald Hayman; DC: 1990-S. T. Lloyd; 1987-R. Homer 
Bass; EC: 1 987-Charles M. Litzenberger; 1 988-Ann Williams; 1989-Doris J. Johnson; FA: 
1984-William P. Lowdermilk, Augusta Haines; GO: 1987-Thomas Loftis; 1988 Jimmy 
Williams; GR: 1988-C. B. Owens, Kenneth Jenkins; NB: 1990-Susan P. Greenwood; 
1 988-Edward F. Hill; RA: 1 988-Mildred Fry, Sidney E. Stafford; RO: 1 990-William M. Wells; 
1988-Adolph Dial; RM: 1990-Shelly Wall, 1984-Beth Frazier; SA: 1 990-David Wade, 
1988-Neal Kightlinger; Wl: 1984 James E. Vann; 1986 June Knox; AT LARGE: 1983- 
Thomas G. Mefvin; 1 988-Helen Owens, Sarah Jordan, Carleton P. McKita, Loretta Hunt, 
Charles Litzenberger; EX-OFFICIO: COLLEGE PRESIDENTS: NC WESLEYAN -Leslie H. 
Garner, Jr.; METHODIST-Elton Hendricks; LOCJISBGRG J. Allen Norris, Jr.; BENNETT- 
Gloria Scott; GREENSBORO-William Lykins; HIGH POINT Jacob Martinson, Jr.; LXJKE- 
Keith Brodie; DCJKE DIVINITY-Russell Richey; CCOM STAFF REP., G. Robert McKenzie, 
Jr.; CAB. REP., Roger V. Elliott 
Laity, Board of 

CHAIRPERSON: Robert C. Frazier, Sr.,215 Grace Dt. ± Wilson 27893 237-3161 

VICE-CHAIRPERSON: Linda E. Harris.P O Box 10955,Raleigh 27605 . 1-800-621-5467 
SECRETARY: Floyd Evans,523 Forest Hill Dr.,Goldsboro 27534 735-1987 

LAY LEADER: 1 988-Robert C. Frazier, Sr.;UMM PRES., R. B. Goforth; CJMW PRES., 
Jane H. Johnson; UMY PRES., Warren Bevacqua; TWO MEN: 1 988Joe Laton, H. Frank 
Brooks; TWO WOMEN: 1983 Jean Haislip; 1988-Marjie Stuckey; TWO YOCJTH: 1989- 
Randy Wall, Bryan Ward; THREE FROM GMM: R. B. Goforth, James Toney, Rudy Hillman; 
THREE FROM CJMW: Jane H. Johnson, Robbie Barrett, ; THREE CIM YOCJNG 

ADULTS: Heide Carpenter, Henry Jarrett, Corki McAdams; THREE FROM UMY: Joel 
Holder, Jennifer Kesley, Ann Richards; DIST.LAY LEADERS: BCJ: Michael Parker; DCJ: 



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Fred Rivers; EC: Beverly Small; FA: Gwen Henderson; GO: Floyd Evans; GR: Richard 
Walker; MB: Si B. Seymour; RA: Thomas L. Walden; RO: Robby Lowry; RM: Thomas W. 
Harris; SA: Lacy (Buck) Frye; Wl: Arvel Heafner; AT LARGE: 1 983-Linda Harris, Jean Hais- 
lip; 1 988-Louise McCutcheon, Joe Laton, H. Frank Brooks, Glenn Stevens, Margie Stuck- 
ey, 1990-Steve Thomas; AT LARGE; ASSOC. CONF. LAY LEADERS, Arvel Heafner, 
Glenn Stevens; CCOM STAFF REP., Carol Dell Strange; CAB. REP., Caswell E. Shaw 
Missions, Board of 

CHAIRPERSON: Elizabeth Watson,3620 WestridgeCir.Dr.,RockyMount27804 .443-0057 
VICE-CHAIRPERSON: Jesse V.Bone,Sr.,l 508 PrincessSt.,Wilminqton28401 762-331 6 
SECRETARY: Amy P. Henderson,3449 Bennett Dr., Fayetteville 28301 488-6141 

BG: 1986-VirgiI B. Huffman, 1987-Charles Staton; DG: 1 987-Robinette Husketh; 
1988-David E. Brownlee; EC: 1988-William A. Ruth, 1990-William Early; FA: 1985-Amy 
Henderson; 1989-Charles M. Cook; GO: 1988 James B. Oliver; 1990-WUIiam J. Wilburn; 
GR: 1 984-William E. Braswell; 1988-Elaine King; NB: 1988-Susan Redfearn, 1990-Char- 
les C. Smith; RA: 1 984-William W. Snotherly, Jr.; 1988-Annette Bingham; RO: 1986- 
Brenda Connelly; 1990-Eddie Barber; RM: 1 984-Elizabeth Watson; 1 990-David Clift; SA: 
1990-Susan Harsh-Cafferty, R. William Gross; Wl: 1 988-Margaret Hicks, Jesse V. Bone, 
Sr.; AT LARGE: 1984-Ted V. Carter, James H. Miller; 1988-Glenda Norton, David Miller, 
1990-Linda James, D. Susan Moore; CJMW REPS, Jane Johnson, Mae Turner; DCJKE EN- 
DOWMENT, Albert Fisher; CONF.MISSIONARY SEC, Bill Braswell; BGOM REPS., Mar- 
garet Saunders, Jimmie Shuler; CCOM STAFF REP.,Samuel W. Dixon, Jr.; CAB. REP., 
Helen G. Crotwell 
NC Council of Churches House of Delegates 

1984-Ruth E. Harper; 1987-A1 Wellons; 1988-Eleanor OKeef, John H. Crum, W. 
Joseph Mann, William A. Haddock, Jr., Randy C. Blanchard, June Bess, S. Dufrene Cum- 
mings, 1 990-Wilhelmenia McCalium; AT LARGE: CUIC CHAIR, Eric Lindblade; RESI- 
DENT BISHOP, C. P. Minnick, Jr.; CCOM EXEC. DIR., G. Robert McKenzie, Jr.; FOCJR 
FROM CGIC, William Bingham, Scott Washington, Charles Hackett, Kay Bundy 
Outdoor and Camping Ministries, Commission on 

CHAIRPERSON: H. Gray Southern, 1 105 Knollwood Dr., Wilson 27893 .... 237-4258 
VICE-CHAIRPERSON:CatherineThompson,101MartinsboroughRd,GR27858.335-7292 
SECRETARY: Devair Vickery,l 103 W. Davis St., Burlington 27215 229-4657 

BG: 1989-Michael Sykes; DG: 1988 James C. Reed; EC: 1990-Larry Higgins; FA: 
1988-Ralph Plummer; GO: 1985-William Boykin; GR: 1 984 James W. Hicks; NB: 1989- 
Richard Ward; RA: 1 984-Beth M. Norris; RO: 1 988-James H. Harris, Jr.; RM: 1 984-H. Gray 
Southern; SA: 1988 John C. Nantz; Wl: 1984-E. C. Lancaster; AT LARGE: 1984-David 
Edwards, Timothy Harper; 1985-Jerry J. Juren; 1988-Glenn E. Mason, Shane Totten, 
Devair Vickery, Tim Harper; 1989-Etha Mae Harris, Brenda Jones; 1 990-Catherine 
Thompson; TWO FROM BRD. OF ED.: William Cummings, J. Edward Morrison; TWO 
FROM EACH LOCAL COMMITTEE: Ed Davis, Donna Benton, John Bergland, Ed Davis, 
Phil Hayes, Ben McCalium, Fred Pippin, Mike Sykes; EX-OFFICIO: John Farmer, Dennis 
Tawney, William Howington; BISHOP, C. P. Minnick, Jr.; CCOM STAFF REP., G. Paul 
Phillips III; CAB. REP., F. Belton Joyner, Jr. 
Religion and Race, Commission on 

CHAIRPERSON: Tryon Lowry, 107 Pine Tree Dr., Oxford 27565 693-6007 

VICE-CHAIRPERSON: James E.MalloyJr.j? O Box 2723,Lumberton 28359 . 865-3990 
SECRETARY: Jinho Kim,1768 Inverness Dr., Fayetteville 28304 425-1982 

BG: 1990-Randy Innes; DG: 1 988-Harriet Wright; EC: 1988-William E. Clements; FA: 
1990-Doris Bluitt; GO: 1990 John Roberts; GR: 1 989-Bobby Jordan; NB: 1986-Celeste 
DuGay; RA: 1990-Samuel Brown; RO: 1984 James E. Malloy, Jr.; RM: 1988-Phyllis Hor- 
ton; SA: 1990-Bobbie Jean McNeill; Wl: 1989-Donnie Jones; AT LARGE: 1984-Doris 
Bluitt; 1 986-Betty Compton; 1 987-Kay Gresham; 1 988-Martel Scott, Jeffrey L. Roberts, 
Jerry Moore, Alicia Butler, Tryon D. Lowry, Larry Robinson, Annie Fairley, Jinho Kim, Ruth 
Harper; 1989-Velma Baker; CCOM STAFF REP., Edith L. Gleaves; CAB. REP., F. Belton 
Joyner, Jr. 



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The Status and Role of Women, Commission on 

CHAIRPERSON: Bernice D. Johnson,507 Tuggle St., Durham 27713 560-6476 

VICE-CHAIRPERSON:RachaelT.Moser L 3174 Hwy.501 S.,Laurinburg 28352 .738-5204 
SECRETARY: Penny Dollar Farmer,Rt.65,Box 80A,Arapahoe 28510 249-0697 

BG: 1990-Sue Harvin; DG: 1988-Nancy R. Best; EC: 1988-lris Hand; FA: 1987-Ber- 
nice Johnson; GO: 1 990-Muriel Odom; GR: 1 988-Emily Barwick; NB: 1 988-Penny Dol- 
lar Farmer; RA: 1 984-Doris Davis; RO: 1 986-James McEachin; RM: 1 988-Deanie Bowers; 
SA: 1989-Jerry Seaman; Wl: 1988-Ray Walton; AT LARGE: 1983-CharlesWoodall; 1985- 
John Brooks; 1 987-M. A. Clive; 1 988-Rufus Butner III, Rachel T. Moser, Billie Poole, Leh- 
man Johnson, Catharine Vick, Ryan Eidson; 1989-W. Eric Carson, 1 990-Carolyn Woriax; 
CCOM Staff Rep., Edith L. Gleaves; Cab. Rep., Thomas G. Holtsclaw 
Stewardship, Board of 
CHAIRPERSON: Hugh H. Cameron,306 White Oak Ct.,Fayetteville 28303 . .483-2343 

VICE-CHAIRPERSON: Robert A. Fairley,P O Box 643,Maxton 28364 844-3834 

SECRETARY: Becky Brown, 1208 Fairlane Rd.,Cary 27511 781-6115 

BU: 1987-Sandy Scarlett; 1989-Paul B. Scott; DG: 1988-M. O. Bruechner; 1990- 
Leonard Doucette; EC: 1990-Steve Little, 1989-Dale Warsco; FA: 1984-Hugh H. 
Cameron; 1985-Thomas N. White; GO: 1986-Mary Sue Thompson; 1990-Alan Swartz; 
GR: 1988-Paul Porterfield, 1990-David Harrington; NB: 1988-Carson O. Wiggins, Arthur 
Loose; RA: 1985-Becky Brown, 1 990-Robert Shields; RO: 1988-Louise Cottrell, 1990- 
David Francis; RM: 1 982-Edith Barrow; 1 990-Branson Sheets; SA: 1 990-Duke Lackey; 
1989-Mary Ross Undsey; Wl: 1984-Lena Mintz; 1989-Howard V. Harrell; AT LARGE: 
1 984-Suzanna R. Helms; 1 987-Richard Driggers; 1 988-Robert A. Fairley, Simeon F. 
Cummings, Dorothy Goodson, 1 989-Elizabeth Bryant; GM FOGNDATION, Douglas Byrd; 
CCOM STAFF REP., Wilburn L Norton, Jr.; CAB. REP., Thomas G. Holtsclaw 
Worship, Board of 

CHAIRPERSON: Robert E. Bergland,800 Smith St.Clinton 28328 592-3497 

VICE-CHAIRPERSON:Carol W.Goehring^OSCypressAve.Wr'tsv'l Bea.28480 .256-4471 
SECRETARY: George Speake.P O Box 376,Shallotte 28459 754-4840 

BG: 1985-RobertW. Morgan; DG: 1990-Gayle Felton; EC: 1 990-Dena Jo McFarland; 
FA: 1 990-Robert Bergland; GO: 1990-Francis Bradshaw; GR: 1990-Gayla Estes; NB: 
1990-Glenn Mason; RA: 1 989-Hope Morgan Ward; RO: 1987-GerryG. Davis; RM: 1989- 
Joanna Miller; SA: 1990-R. Bruce Pate; Wl: 1988-Carol W. Goehring; AT LARGE: 1985- 
George Speake; 1 987-Robert Owens; 1 988-Gloria McKenzie, William J. Weisser, Harold 
D. Jacobs, Mark Gourley, 1990-Milton Mann; CCOM STAFF REP., G. Paul Phillips III; 
CAB. REP., Robert L. Baldridge 
Youth Ministry, Council on 

CHAIRPERSON: Richard T. Clayton^Box 6073,Rocky Mount 27802 443-3468 

PRESIDENT: Warren Bevacqua,409 Latimer Rd., Raleigh 27609 781-3519 

VICE-PRESIDENT: Barry McDougald.725 Skye Dr.,Laurinburg 28352 276-801 1 

SECRETARY: Emily Workman,21 14 GS 70,Mebane 27302 . 563-3993 

TREASGRER: Mary Keeter Shore,2606 Colgate Dr.,Fayetteville 28304 485-4972 

LEGISLATIVE AFFAIRS: Clator Butler,2045 Westover ter., Burlington 27215.584-9624 

DISTRICT YOGTH COORDINATORS: BG: Raegan May; DG: Henry Price; EC: John 
Crowe; FA: Ann Ross; GO:William Boykin; GR: Thomas Hollis; NB: Thomas Smith, Char- 
lene Pierce; RA: Stacey Graves; RO: James McEachin, Jr.; RM: Keith Thomason; SA: Duke 
Lackey; Wl: ; DISTRICT YOGTH REPS.: BG: Teddy Mims; DG: Ted Forringer; 

GO: Carolyn Greene; GR: Beth Oestreich; EC: Kelly Jackson; FA: Jeff Baker; NB: Angela 
Denney; RA: Caroline Bell; RO: David Malloy, RM: Will Pierce; SA: Andrea Mace; Wl: Liz 
Roberts; JR. HIGH REPS.: Jamie Edwards, Lauren Miller, Kara Pittman, Hannah Webber; 
AT LARGE: Julie Boylin, Tiffany Fields, Tricia Hendricks, Linda Locklear, Joye Hender- 
son, Cliff Bobbitt, Randy Wall; BRD.OF ED.YOGTH MIN. COMM. MBRS: Darren Flowers, 
D. Calvin Stokes, Shirley Lancaster; CCOM STAFF REP.: D. Ray Warren 



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1989-1990 CONFERENCE COUNCIL ON MINISTRIES, 
MEMBERSHIP OF 
VOTING MEMBERS: 

1. Resident Bishop: C. P. Minnick, Jr. 

2. Burlington District Superintendent George W. Johnson 

3. Durham District Superintendent: Albert Shuler 

4. Elizabeth City District Superintendent: M. Randall Baker 

5. Fayetteville District Superintendent: Helen G. Crotwell 

6. Goldsboro District Superintendent: J. Malloy Owen III 

7. Greenville District Superintendent E. M. Thompson, Jr. 

8. New Bern District Superintendent: Thomas G. Holtsclaw 

9. Raleigh District Superintendent: F. Belton Joyner, Jr. 

10. Rockingham District Superintendent Robert L Baldridge 

11. Rocky Mount District Superintendent Caswell E. Shaw 

12. Sanford District Superintendent Roger V. Elliott 

13. Wilmington District Superintendent: Samuel D. McMillan, Jr. 

14. Conference Secretary: James H. Coile 

15. Youth Representative: Warren Bevacqua 

16. Youth Representative: Barry McDougald 

17. President, United Methodist Women: Jane H. Johnson 

18. United Methodist Women Representative: Jimmie Shuler 

19. Conference Lay Leader: Robert C. Frazier, Sr. 

20. President United Methodist Men: R. B. Goforth 

21. United Methodist Men Representative: Rudy C. Hillman 

22. Young Adult Representative: Samuel W. Loy 

23. Young Adult Representative: David Banks 

24. Campus Ministries Representative: William G. Sharpe IV 

25. General Council On Ministries Representative: Reginald W. Ponder 

26. General Council On Ministries Representative: Robby Lowry 

27. Chairperson, Church And Society: Steven A. Hickle 

28. Chairperson, Diaconal Ministry: Carol Dell Strange 

29. Chairperson, Disaster Preparedness: Dennis P. Levin 

30. Chairperson, Education: William Cummings 

31. Chairperson, Conference Summer School: W. E. Hammond 

32. Chairperson, Evangelism: David J. Goehring 

33. Chairperson, Health And Welfare Ministries: Anna G. Collins 

34. Chairperson, Higher Education & Campus Ministries: James E. Vann 

35. Chairperson, Laity: Robert C. Frazier, Sr. 

36. Chairperson, Missions: Elizabeth Watson 

37. Chairperson, Ordained Ministry: Woodrow W. Wells, Jr. 

38. Chairperson, Outdoor And Camping Ministries: H. Gray Southern 

39. Chairperson, Pensions: J. Donald Phillips 

40. Chairperson, Stewardship: Hugh H. Cameron 

41. Chairperson, Worship: Robert E. Bergland 

42. Chairperson, Archives And History: Lawrence E. Lugar 

43. Chairperson, Christian Unity & Interreligious Concerns: Eric Lindblade 

44. Chairperson, Equitable Salaries: Charles K. Morrison 

45. Chairperson, Religion And Race: Tryon Lowry 

46. Chairperson, COSROW: Bernice Johnson 

47. Chairperson, Budget Committee: F. Owen Fitzgerald, Jr. 

48. Chairperson, Communications: Jerry Dodson 

49. Chairperson, Personnel Committee: Noah Woods 

50. Chairperson, Children's Ministries: Elaine Lilliston 

51. Chairperson, Youth Ministries: Richard T. Clayton 

52. Chairperson, Adull/family Life: Robert K. Eldredge 

53. Chairperson, Young Adult Ministries: 

54. Burlington Lay Representative: Anna Gail Workman 

55. Durham Lay Representative: Debbie Davis 

56. Elizabeth City Lay Representative: Beverly Small 

57. Fayetteville Lay Representative: Tryon Lancaster 

58. Goldsboro Lay Representative: Margaret Boyd 

59. Greenville Lay Representative: Clara Jane Hardee 

60. New Bern Lay Representative: Grier Garrick 

61. Raleigh Lay Representative: Alice Biqham 

62. Rockingham Lay Representative: Henry Smith 

63. Rocky Mount Lay Representative: Jane W. Jernigan 

64. Sanford Lay Representative: Elizabeth Williams 

65. Wilmington Lay Representative: Earle Merrill 

66. Chairperson, Burlington District Council on Ministries: Edward M. Gunter 

67. Chairperson, Durham District Council on Ministries: Brian Wingo 

68. Chairperson, Elizabeth City District Council on Ministries: Laura Early 

69. Chairperson, Fayetteville District Council on Ministries: Hugh Cameron 

70. Chairperson, Goldsboro District Council on Ministries: Alan Swartz 

71. Chairperson, Grdistrict Council on Ministries: Paul Leeland 

72. Chairperson, New Bern District Council on Ministries: Marty Hedgepeth 



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73. Chairperson, Raleigh District Council on Ministries: J. Thomas Smith 

74. Chairperson, Rockingham District Council on Ministries: Dotsy Reynolds 

75. Chairperson, Rocky Mount District Council on Ministries: H. Gray Southern 

76. Chairperson, Sanford District Council on Ministries: David c. Wade 

77. Chairperson, Wilmington District Council on Ministries: Samue Wj hams, Jr. 

78. Chairperson, Task Force, Hunger/human Need: Samuel Williams, Jr. 

79. Chairperson, EMLC Ministries: Helen Owens 

80. At Large Member: ■ • • Shirley J. Jones 

81. At Large Member: Georgia B Wertman 

82. At Large Member: • • Jane Smith 

83. At Large Member: Margaret Minor 

NONVOTING MEMBERS: 

1. Exec. Dir., Conference Council on Ministries: G. Robert Mckenzie, Jr. 

2. CCOM Assoc. Dir., Camping and Worship: G Paul Phillips III 

3. CCOM Assoc. Dir., Lay Ministries: E. Clifford Shoaf 

4. CCOM Assoc. Dir., Communications and Stewardship: Wilburn L Norton, Jr. 

5. CCOM Assoc. Dir., Ethnic Minority Local Church Concerns: Edith L Gleaves 

6. CCOM Assoc. Dir., Evangelism, Missions and Church Growth: Samuel W. Dixon 

7. CCOM Assoc. Dir., Children, Youth, Young Adult Ministries: D. Ray Warren 

8. Conference Treasurer: Herb Stout 

9. President, Council on Finance and Administration: Cashar W. Evans 

10. Conference Missionary Secretary: William Braswell 

11. Exec. Dir., Methodist Home for Children: Rufus H. Stark li 

12. Exec. Dir., Methodist Retirement Homes, Inc.: L Amos Tinnell 

13. Dean, Duke Divinity School: Dennis M. Campbell 

14. Dir., Rural Church Division, The Duke Endowment: Albert F. Fisher 

15. President, Duke (Jniveristy: H. Keith H. Brodie 

16. President, Louisburg College: J. Allen Norris, Jr. 

17. President, Methodist College: M. Elton Hendricks 

18. President, North Carolina Wesleyan College: Leslie H. Garner Jr. 

19. Executive Vice-president Methodist Foundation, Inc.: Douglas L Byrd 

20. Assistant to the Cabinet Samuel Wynn 

21. Admin.asst.to Bishop and Ministerial Relations Dir.: Kermit L Braswell 

22. Editor, Christian Advocate: C. A. Simonton, Jr. 

23. SEJ Administrative Council: Reginald W. Ponder 

24. Member of Gen. Brd. of Church & Society: Mary B. Carroll 

25. Member of GBGM: Margaret Saunders 

26. Member of GBGM: Jimmie B. Shuler 

27. Member of Gen. Brd. of Discipleship: Ernest J. Wendell 

28. Member of Gen. Brd. of Discipleship: Robert C. Frazier, Sr. 

29. Member of Gen. Brd. of Higher Ed. & Ministry J. Allen Norris, Jr. 

30. Member of Gen. Brd. of Status & Role of Women: Ryan Eidson 

31. Member of Gen. Council on Ministries: Reginald Ponder 

32. Member of Gen. Commission on Religion & Race: Ruth E. Harper 

33. Member of Gen. Brd. of Publications: F. Belton Joyner, Jr. 

34.Gen.Church Staff Person Related to CCOM: Royal B. Fishbeck, Jr. 

EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE 

Chairperson, Conference Council on Ministries: C. P. Minnick, Jr. 

Vice-chairperson, Conference Council on Ministries: Robert C. Frazier, Sr. 

Secretary, Conference Council on Ministries: Eric Lindblade, Jr. 

Resident Bishop: C. P. Minnick, Jr. 

Exec. Dir., Conference Council on Ministries: G. Robert Mckenzie, Jr. 

One District Superintendent Appointed by Bishop: F. Belton Joyner, Jr. 

Member of General Council on Ministries: Robby Lowry 

Conference Lay Leader: Robert C. Frazier, Sr. 

President, United Methodist Men: R. B. Goforth 

President, United Methodist Women: Jane H. Johnson 

President, United Methodist Youth: Warren Bevacqua 

Chairperson, Budget Committee: Samuel Dixon 

Chairperson, Personnel Committee: Noah Woods 

At Large Member Appointed by Bishop: Bernice Johnson 

At Large Member Appointed by Bishop: Helen Owens 



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1990 - 1991 CHURCH LOCATION AND BUILDING, 
DISTRICT BOARDS OF 
Burlington District 

CLERGY: George W. Johnson, William L Wolfe, Richard G Vaughan, George A Jones 
LAY:Mrs. Frances Byrd, 504 Dogwood Lane, Graham 27253 
T. F. Bennett, 2216 Canterbury Rd., Burlington 27215 
Marshall Cates, P. O. Box 785, Hillsborough 27278 

Durham District 

CLERGY: Albert Shuler, James R. Huskins, Mark E. Lykins 
LAY: Felix Markham IV, 3505 Eastis Drive, Durham 27705 
Dennis B. Nicholson, Jr., 1614 Hollywood Dr., Durham 27701 
James A Ward, Route 8, Box 281, Durham 27704 

Elizabeth City District 

CLERGY: M. Randall Baker, Ralph I. Epps, Jerry A Jackson, Stephen N. Little 

LAY: Noel N. Coltrane, Jr., 318 S. Hughes Boulevard, Elizabeth City 27909 

Clay B. Foreman, Jr., 1808 Rivershore Road, Elizabeth City 27909 

J. Stanley Peel, P. O. Box 1368, Elizabeth City 27909 

Hershca I Williams, 605 McPherson Street, Elizabeth City 27909 

Mrs. Margaret Saunders, Route 4, Box 724, Elizabeth City 27909 

Fayetteville District 

CLERGY: Helen G. Crotwell, John K. Bergland, Jack M. Hunter, R Dennis Ricks, Jr. 

LAY: Donald Melvin, 1337 Cedar Creek Rd., Fayetteville 28301 

Mrs. Inez Hatcher, PC Box 53644, Fayetteville 28301 

Ms. Portia Bluitt, 1627 Boros Drive, Fayetteville 28301 

Joe Morris, 2608 Elmhurst Drive, Fayetteville 28304 

Bob Warren, Route 1, Box 322-A Linden 28356 

Ms. Kitzy Bundy^ 1017 E. Donaldson Ave., Raeford 28376 

Goldsboro District 

CLERGY: J. Malloy Owen III, Alan P. Swartz, Rufus E Butner III, Claude T. Wilson 
LAY: Col. Matthew Perry, 1702 E. Mulberry St., Goldsboro 27530 
Mrs. Walter P. (Pearl) West, P. O. Box 337, Warsaw 28398 
William T. Winslow, 511 N. Andrews Avenue, Goldsboro 27530 

Greenville District 

CLERGY: E. M.Thompson, Jr., Jere ARouse, William E.Braswell,Charles B.Owens,Ralph ABrown 
LAY: Leroy Whitfield, P. O. Box 86, Hookerton 28538 
Russell Fleming, 3403 Tucker Drive, Greenville 27858 
Mitchell Jones,94 Tuckahoe Drive., Greenville 27858 

New Bern District 

CLERGY: Thomas G. Holtsclaw, Roger D. Cope, Clyde B. Cheezem, Riley T. Hamilton 
LAY: William B. Chalk, 2800 Evans Street, Morehead City 28557 
Robert H. Stephens, 502 Pollock Street, New Bern 28560 
Paul W. Crayton, Jr., P. O. Box 2546, New Bern 28560 

Raleigh District 

CLERGY: F. Belton Joyner, Jr., D. Douglas Jessee, Stephen C Compton, Hope Morgan Ward 

LAY: Noah W. Sites, Jr., 3320 Turnbridge Drive, Raleigh 27609 

Mrs. Pat Wiles, 1808 Longwood Drive. Raleigh 27612 

Mrs. Marsha Joyner, Route 1, Box 215-D, Wendell 27591 

Mrs. Jeanne Hack, P. O. Box 752, Apex 27502 

Harry Carter, Route 2, Box 84B, Warrenton 27589 

Jerry Owen, 7100 Valley Lake Drive, Raleigh 27612 

Rockingham District 

CLERGY: Robert L Baldridge, Robert L Mangum, G. Lloyd Edge, Robert A Fairley 

LAY: J. Nelson Gibson, P. O. Box 66, Gibson 28343 

Charles L Jordan, Route 6, Lakewood Hills, Laurinburg 28352 

Gurney L Kindley, P. O. Box 280, Rockingham 28379 

George SpauldingVRoute 1, Box 359, Rowland 28383 

Rocky Mount District 

CLERGY: Caswell E. Shaw, H. Gray Southern, Milton H. Gilbert, David C Benson 

LAY: C C Davis, 911 Madison Street, Roanoke Rapids 27870 

Everett Blake, Jr., 2208 Sulgrave, Wilson 27893 

Dan Vaughan, 119 Wayne Street, Rocky Mount 27801 

Sanforcf District 

CLERGY: Roger V. Elliott, Angus M. Cameron, R. Bruce Pate, Carolyn R. Smith 
LAY: Dewey Mims, P. O. Box 476, Southern Pines 28387 
L Glenn Fogleman, P. O. Box 1036. Aberdeen 28315 
John D. Dixon, Jr., 418 Arlington Circle, Sanford 27330 



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Wilmington District 

CLERGY: S. D. McMillan,Jr., G. R Massey, L M. Peele,Jr., Gladys R.Williford, Jesse V. Bone.Sr. 
LAY: Frank I. Ballard, P. O. Box 3667, Wilmington 28406 
A. E. Heafner, 1701 Lincoln Road, Wilmington 28403 
Herschel Rogers, 120 Beagle Trail, Wilmington 28403 
Steve Arnaudin, 501 N. 21st Street, Wilmington 28405 

1990 - 1991 ORDAINED MINISTRY, DISTRICT COMMITTEES ON 
Burlington District 

George W. Johnson, Jack L Hunter, Herman N. Ward, Jr., William H. Gattis, Fred E. Roberts, 

Alvin M. Home, Marshall R Old, Susan L Allred 

Lay Observers: Sam Holton, 411 Holy Lane, Chapel Hill 27514 

Peggy Jenks, P O Box 203, Graham 27253 

Durham District 

Albert Shuler, Kelly J. Wilson III, John W. Ruth, Mark W. Wethington, E. Powell Osteen, Jr., 

Michael B. Hobbs, Ruth E. Harper 

Lay Observers: Ernest J. Wendell, 1308 Kent St., Durham 27707 

Robinette Husketh, Route 1, Box 200, Creed moor 27522 

Elizabeth City District 

M. Randall Baker, Charles E. McKenzie, Raymond K. Wittman, William M. Presnell, John M. 

Crowe, Lawrence G Higgins 

Lay Observers: Margaret Saunders, Route 4, Box 724, Elizabeth City 27909 

Fayetteville District 

Helen G. Crotwell, William P. Lowdermilk, Ben G Rouse, Carrie W. Parrish, Lawrence E. 

Johnson, Robert M. Poulk, Ronald E. Dietrich, John W. Wenberg 

Lay Observers: Margaret Harriss, 2112 Pinewood Terrace, Fayetteville 28304 

Lee Hauser, 2308 Gunston Court, Fayetteville 28303 

Goldsboro District 

J. Malloy Owen III, Alan P. Swartz, Charles K. Moseley, Jonathan E. Strother, Thomas E. Loftis, 

Mark H. Kennedy, Jr., W. Joseph Yow, Jr. 

Lay Observers: Earl Sutton, Route 4, Mt. Olive 28365 

Connie Bandy, Rt. 16, Box 263- A Goldsboro 27530 

Greenville District 

E. M. Thompson, Jr., Billy F. Seate, A Ray Broadwell, W. E. Braswell, H. S. Huggins III, Paul L 
Leeland 

Lay Observers:BiIly Carraway, 209 Hillcrest Dr., Farmville 27828 

New Bern District 

Thomas G. Holtsclaw, William W. Sherman, Jr., J. Sidney Epperson, Lynn T. Wall, Paul W. 
Boone, David A Banks, M. Eugene Tyson, Glenn E. Mason, Clyde H. Dunn 
Lay Observers: Mike Register, 796 Asbury Road, Cove City 28523 
Bobbie Jean Simpson, 210 Bell Air St., Beaufort 28516 

Raleigh District 

F. Belton Joyner, Thomas A Collins, Michele R Merchant, Jack M. Benfield, James E. Sutton, 
Suzanna Ross Helms, Wallace H. Kirby 

Lay Observers: Becky Balentine, 1416 Granada Drive, Raleigh 27612 
Dorothy Goodson, Route 1, Box 153, Wendell 27591 

Rockingham District 

Robert L Baldridge, Simeon F. Cummings, W. E. Cummings, Jerry Lowry, Rachel T. Moser, 
Richard A Stanley, Jr., Ben H. Wilson III, Susan G Lindblade, Don Lee Harris 
Ijiy Observers: George E. Crump III, Box 1523, Rockingham 28379-1523 
Norma J. Thompson Box 1103, Pembroke 28372-1103 

Rocky Mount District 

Caswell E. Shaw, Richard T Clayton, James L Reavis, Jr., Robert G Redmond, Woodrow W. 
Wells, Jr., Milton H. Gilbert, M. 'Keith Thomason, W. Rickman Pinner, 
Joanna C Miller 
I^ay Observers: None 

Sanford District 

Roger V. Elliott, Jo-Ann M. Oulton, Vernon G Tyson, Travis W. Owen, David G Wade, Robert 
F. Bundy, I^rry Robinson, Ray T. Gooch, Paul G. Bunn 
lav Observers: None 

Wilmington District 

S. D. McMillan, Jr., H. Fred Davis, P. D. Midgett III, Carol W. Goehring, M. Francis Daniel, 

Ecwood G Lancaster, J. Mark Kasper, Jesse V. Bone, Sr. 

Lay Observers: Earle B. Merrill, P O Box 4458, Wilmington 28406 

Mary Lee Stewart, 2203 Marlwood Dr., Wilmington 28403 



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Burlington^X^ 13018 " 199 ° ^^^ CONFERENCE 

BELLElvIONT: U ™:*^ 9° llins ' 4262 S - Nc 49 > Burlington 27215 

RPTTrm • xt o • w Estner Fogleman, 4552 S. NC 49, Burlington 2721 5 

BU™FnGTON: ° nme MaUr °' 535 rfoorc ' s Cha P el ^ Rd > GrS£m 27253 

Mrs. Frances Byrd, 922 Dogwood La., Graham 27253 
Mr. Kenneth Tisdale, 2820 Amhe?st Ave., Burlingto™ 2721? 
wc w & « !VenS ' o^5 §■ Main St - Burli n|ton 27215 
A>f Mr «; W -. E - B [y ens ' 1335 s - Main % Burlington 27215 
Mr. Woodrow Smith 2713 NC 100, FJon ColTege 27244 
U ™ C x 5 w ? n , s ? n ¥ Fu,ton ' 2 808 Armfield Ave., Burlington 27215 
Mrs Mack H. Jones 2321 Saddle Club Rd. Burlington 27215 
Mr Elmo McCprkle, 1321 N. Sellars Mill Rd. Burlington 27217 
Mrs. Harriet Wilson, 111 Maple Ave., #404 Burlington 272 15 



DAVIS STREET: 

EMMANUEL: 

FAITH: 

FRONT STREET: 

GRACE: 

ST. PAUL'S: 

WEST BURLINGTON: M, ^W^ffi^ ™^S ™ 

RI IR T tnothm <-tp ri irr a, b C W e 9 b,e ' * 904 Ma P le Ave -> Burlington 2721 5 
CARRRoS? aRC Mr IT \} frs - K anSy fe s 5. eId > 712 Kenwood Dr. Burlington 27215 
CARRBORO. Mrs. Mary Davis, 2000 Ridgewood Rd., #205, ChapelTJill 27516 

rcnAD ™ M rs >. Mar & e McDonald, 2000 Ridgewood Rd. #210 Chanel H 275 6 
CHAPEL HILL^ : ^ rUtherS ' 4223 Efland ^ dar Grove Rd."HmslSi)?ih 27278 

m d Mr r J S Coble ' J 301 1 Pratt St -> A 5 tJ ' Durham 27705 

Mrs. Peggy Loddeneaard, Rt. 3, Box 597, Hillsborough 27278 

Mrs. Pat Peck, 102 Foxridge Ct, Chapel Hill 27516 

Dr. Van Haywood, 250 Old Forest Creel Rd., Chapel Hill 27516 

Dr. Sam Hilton, 411 Holly La., Chapel Hill 27514 

Mrs. Ruth Barnes, Penick La., Chapel Hill 27516 

Mrs. Elevene Sykes, Rt. 2, Mebane 27302 

x* r» f^G 3 "? 11 ' Rt - 1* 6ox 109 > Providence 27315 
Mrs. Beulah Guthrie, 8143 S. NC 87, Snow Camp 27349 

x* *M!h B 5"y Brown > P ° Box 4, Efland 27243 

x* r Mi ; s - Nell Andrews, Rt. 1 , Box 331 , Durham 27705 

Mrs. Frank Troxler, 3667 Troxler La., Elon College 27244 

Mr. Bruce Isley, 6324 S. NC 49, Burlington 27215 

Mrs. Vernon Pickard, 5318 S. NC 49, Burlington 27215 



ALDERSGATE: 

AMITY: 

ORANGE: 

UNIVERSITY: 

CHESTNUT RIDGE: 

COBB CIRCUIT: 

CONCORD: 

EFLAND: 

ENO-PALMERS GROVE 

FAIRVIEW: 

FRIENDSHIP: 



GRAHAM: 
CEDAR CLIFF: 
FIRST: 



Bob Huriey, 4233H Preacher Holmes Rd., Graham 27253 

Mr. Charles Staton, 221 Jefferson Dr., Graham 27253 

Mr. Gene Moon, 607 Johnson Ave., Graham 27253 

Mrs. Bertha Clayton, 1423 E. Elm St., Graham 27253 

Mr. John Whited, Rt. 3, Box 454, Mebane 27302 

Mrs. Jackie Rowland, Rt. 1, Prospect Hill 27314 

Mr. Marshall Gates P O Box 785, Hillsborough 27278 

Mr. Wesley Scarlett, 107 S. Hassel St., Hillsborough 27278 

Mrs. Jean Davis, Rt. 1, Leasburg 27291 

x* t tt t . Mn Ira Ward ' Rt - 2 > Box 74 - Efla na 27243 
Mr. L. H. Johnson, 856 Knollwood Falls Dr., Mebane 27302 
Mrs. Anna Gail Workman, 2114 US 70 West, Mebane 27302 
x*„ ta >u W r - P 3 ™* Solomon, Sr., Rt. 1, Box 20, Semora 27343 
Mrs. Dorothy Hoy e, 3363 So.High-Mt.Hermon Rd., Graham 27253 
NEW HOPF PIJRT FY heC,er Hoyle ^ 336 ? So-High-Mt.Hermon Rd., Graham 27253 
NEW sharon/ x* -n. Mrs - i ean v £ rnon ' Rt - ! > Box 138 - Milton 27305 

PHILI IPS CHAPFT • Mn ™°;n as Gates Rt. 4, Box 1409, Hillsborough 27278 

PROSPFr^ HAPEL: w ^rs. Berta Cook, 2079 Davis Rd., Graham 27253 

Rnr-vFoiw n r, Mr. Michael Wood, PO Box 172, Yanceyville 27379 

?T ?n££! EK: Peggy Gra \ e . S ' 73 A 5 Mt Hermon-Rock Creek Rd. Snow damp 27349 
SAT fm Mrs Mable Rachel, 1347 Dogwood St.. Burlington 2721 7 

SAYapaftaw- Mrs - ^'i* Carter ' 507 Oakgrove Dr., GraRam 27253 

SHirnry *, ™ Mr. Ben Bulla, P O Box 35, Saxapahaw 27340 

aniiAJtt. Mr. Clarence Matkins, Rt. 1, Box 301, Gibsonville 27249 



HAW RIVER: 
HEBRON: 
HIGHTOWERS: 
HILLSBOROUGH: 

LEASBURG: 

LEBANON-CARR: 

MEBANE: 



MILTON: 
MT. HERMON: 



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SWEPSONVILLE: 
UNION GROVE: 
WALNUT GROVE: 
YANCEYVILLE: 
Durham District 

ALLENSVILLE-TRINITY: 
ANDREWS CHAPEL: 
BAHAMA: MT. BETHEL: 
BANKS-GROVE HILL: 
BROOKLAND-BROOKSDALE 
BUTNER: COMMUNITY: 
CONCORD: 
CREEDMOOR: 
DURHAM: 

ALDERSGATE: 

ASBURY: 



Mr. Charlie Allen, Boywood Road, Graham 27253 

Mrs. Lynn Houser, Rt. 3, Box 553, Hillsborough 27278 

Mrs. Inez Mann, Rt. 1, Box 377, Pittsboro 27312 

Mr. J. D. Gwynn, Jr., P O Box 148, Yanceyville 27379 



Faye Gentry, Rt. 3, Box 132AA, Roxboro 27573 

Mrs. Mary Holben, 5103 Lazy La., Durham 27704 

Sue Crabtree, P O Box 75, Bahama 27503 

Edith Murphy, Rt. 1, Box 140, Franklinton 27525 

Lucy Hawkins, Rt. 1, Box 136, Timberlake 27583 

Paula Pittard, Box 665, Butner 27509 

Samuel Garnett Carr, Rt. 1, Box 63, Roxboro 27573 

Ms. Lucille Roberts, Rt. 2, Box 113, Creedmoor 27522 



ASBURY TEMPLE: 
BETHANY: 

BETHESDA: 

CALVARY: 

CARR: 

DUKE MEMORIAL: 

DUKE'S CHAPEL: 
EPWORTH: 

GLENDALE HEIGHTS 
LAKEWOOD: 

McMANNEN: 

PARKWOOD: 

PLEASANT GREEN: 
ST. PAUL: 

RESURRECTION: 
TRINITY: 

GOOD SHEPHERD: 
ELLIS CHAPEL: 
FLETCHER'S CHAPEL: 
GRANVILLE CIRCUIT: 
GRANVILLE-VANCE: 
HELENA: 
HENDERSON: 

CITY ROAD: 

FIRST: 



Audrey Meadows, 2603 Bellwood Dr., Durham 27705 

Charles L. Auman, 5136 Kenwood Dr., Durham 27712 

Joan Lunsford. 2009 Sprunt Ave., Durham 27705 

Dorothy Phelps-Jones,4627H Hope Vall.Rd.,Durham 27707 

Ms. Lizzie Grey Chandler,281 1 Fairlawn Rd.,Durham 27705 

Ms. Minnie Chandler,281 1 Fairlawn Rd.,Durham 27705 

Richard Evans, 1905 Leonard Dr., Durham 27703 

Mrs. Cecil Scott, 2030 Beford #2, Durham 27707 

Judy W. Smith, 2204 Dude Ranch Rd., Durham 27704 

Francis J. O'Connor, 1432 Kirkwood Dr., Durham 27705 

Lois Funderburk, 33 Gilmore Dr., Durham 27707 

Thomas Stark, 2816 Butner St., Durham 27704 

Mrs. Manley Whitfield, 3323 Thompson Rd., Durham 27704 

Dr. Wilson Riggan, Sr. 3609 Westover Rd.,Durham 27707 

Jenny Blake, 1413 Van Guard PL, Durham 27713 

Doris Hodges,1013 Englewood Ave.,Durham 27701 

Tommy Walters, 703 Lakewood Ave., Durham 27707 

Betty Ray, 12 Kinsey Ct., Durham 27705 

Jack Moore. 12 Patriot Cir., Durham 27704 

Frank Berkes, 5314 Revere Rd., Durham 27713 

Katherine Kubel, 5 Saddlewood Ct., Durham 27713 

Ruby Martin,7205 Schley Rd.,Hillsborough 27278 

Mr. Shelton Mclntire, 106 W. Delafield, Durham 27704 

Mrs. Shelton Mclntire, 106 W. Delafield, Durham 27704 

Bill Morthland.5602 Garrett Rd.,Durham 27707 

George Newton,8803 Millers Bend,Bahama 27503 

Mary Ingram, 2836 Chapel Hill Rd., 28A, Durham 27707 

Pat Lykins 

Mrs. Virginia Turman, Rt. 1, Bahama 27503 

Jim Carpenter, 2208 Carpenter, Durham 27704 

Elsie Dickerson, Rt. 3, Box 353, Oxford 27565 

Mary H. Scott 

Lujane Tilley, Rt. 2, Box 790, Timberlake 27583 

Minnie Allen. 202 Harrison, Henderson 27536 
Mr. Asa Kittrell,209 Lakeview Dr.,Henderson 27536 



WHITE MEMORIAL: 
HERMON: 

LEA'S CHAP.-WARREN'S GR.: 
MARROW'S CHAPEL: Mr 

MASSEY'S CHAPEL: 
MT. SYLVAN: 

MT. TABOR-RIVER VIEW: 
MT. TIRZAH: 
MT. ZION: 
OAK GROVE: 



John Rainey, 523 W.Andrews Ave., Henderson 27536 

Christine Ayscue,Rt.l,Box 105,Kittrell 27536 

Barbara Harris, 235 Orville St.. Henderson 27536 

Virginia Wrenn,403 Wrenn Rd.,Roxboro 27573 

. Harold Smith, Rt. 1, Box 145, Clarksville, VA 23927 

Barbara Wimberly, Rt. 3, Box 324, Durham 27713 

Ruth Cook, 308 Sandlewood Dr., Durham 27712 

Faye Watkins, 1018 Sandlewood Dr., Durham 27712 

Gattis Walker, Rt. 5. Box 9, Durham 27704 

Judy Fink, Rt. 1, Box 189B, Rougemont 27572 

T W. Blackard, 615 Chub Lake Rd., Roxboro 27573 

Mary Alice Clayton, Rt. 1, Box 31 7Y, Roxboro 27573 



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OXFORD: 

OXFORD: SALEM: 
REHOBOTH-HARRIS CHAPEL: 



ROUGEMONT: 
ROXBORO: 

CA-VEL: 

GRACE: 

LONGHURST: 

LONG MEMORIAL: 

SALEM: (PERSON CO.) 

STEM-BULLOCK: 

STOVALL: 

TABERNACLE: 

Elizabeth City District 

AHOSKIE: 

ALBEMARLE: 
AULANDER: 
CHOWAN: 
CRESWELL: 
CURRITUCK: 
EDENTON: 
ELIZABETH CITY: 
CITY ROAD: 

FIRST: 

RIVERSIDE: 
GATESVILLE: 
HARRELLSVILLE: 
HATTERAS: 

HERTFORD: 

KINNAKEET: 
KITTY HAWK: 

MANNS HARBOR: 
MANTEO: MT. OLIVET 



MOYOCK: 

MURFREESBORO: 

NEW HOPE- WOODLAND: 

NEWLAND-GRACE: 

NORTH GATES: 

OCRACOKE: 

OUTER BANKS PARISH: 

PASQUOTANK: 

PERKINS: 

PERQUIMANS: 

PILMOOR MEMORIAL: 

PLYMOUTH: 

SHARON: 

SOUTH CAMDEN: 

SOUTH MILLS: 

TYRRELL: 

UNION-NEWBEGUN: 

WANCHESE: BETHANY: 

WINDSOR: 



Eugene Rogers, 200 Grace St., Oxford 27565 

Dorothy Rogers, 200 Grace St., Oxford 27565 

Virginia Yeargin, Box 292, Oxford 27565 

Willie Currin, Rt. 3, Box 81, Henderson 27536 

Margaret Hornbuckle, Rt. 8, Box 299, Durham 27712 

Cotton Powell, 140 Forrestwood Dr., Roxboro 27573 

Jim Allen, 61 4 Ridge Rd., Roxboro 27573 

Miss Margie Dunn, P O Box 234, Northside 27564 

Mary Earle Berger, P O Box 633, Roxboro 27573 

Joann Bradsher, 1375 Old Salem Rd., Roxboro 27573 

Ralph Warren, Rt.2, Box 118, Hurdle Mills 27541 

Pat Byrd, Rt. 1 , Box 1 5, Stem 27581 

Mr. Linwood Hutson, P O Box 208, Stovall 27582 

Mrs. Odell Pulley, P O Box 247, Townsville 27584 

Mrs. Joe Parker, 301 S. Colony Ave., Ahoskie 27910 

Mrs. Joe Bryant, P O Box 707, Ahoskie 27910 

Mr. Ben Robertson, P O Box 81, Roper 27970 

Mr. Bill Earlv, Rt. 1, Box 484, Aulander 27805 

Ms. Helen Evans, Rt. 1, Edenton 27932 

Mrs. Vivian Davenport, Rt. 1, Box 319, Creswell 27928 

Mrs. Lena Bird, P O Box 41 1 , Grandy 27939 

Mrs. Mildred Harrison, Rt. 4, Box 399, Edenton 27932 

Mr. Frank Lewis, 305 Lane Dr., Elizabeth City 27909 

Mrs. Frank Lewis, 305 Lane Dr., Elizabeth City 27909 

Mrs. Rita McCain, 1928 Rivershore Rd., Elizabeth City 27909 

Mrs. Pauline Miller, 805 Agawam St., Elizabeth City 27909 

Vesta Reel, 1110 Williams Cir., Elizabeth City 27909 

Mrs. Lois Brown, Rt. 1 Box 53, Hobbsville 27946 

Mr. Marion Adams, Star Route, Colerain 27924 

Mrs. Pat Yeager, Box 357, Hatteras 27943 

Mrs. Jo Oden, Box 280, Hatteras 27943 

Mrs. Louise Barber. Rt. 2, Box 255, Hertford 27944 

Mrs. Anna Lee McGoogan, 501 Edenton Rd., Hertford 27944 

Mrs. Jean Hooper, Box 28, Salvo 27972 

Mrs. Barbara Carper, P O Box 724, Nags Head 27959 

Mr. Hugh Twiddy, 104 Turtle Pond La., Kitty Hawk 27949 

Mrs. Don Perry, East Lake 27953 

Mr. Earl Green, P O Box 235, Manteo 27954 

Mrs. Stella Treen, P O Box 235, Manteo 27954 

Mr. Leroy Powers P O Box 143, Moyock 27958 

Mrs. Edna Hammel, 333 Jay Tr., Murfreesboro 27855 

Mr. Tom Fleck, Rt. 4, Box 736, Hertford 27944 

Kay Smith, 1808 Fearing Ave., Elizabeth City 27909 



Mr. Lawrence Ballance, Box 124, Ocracoke 27960 

Paige Christiansen,248B Ocean Blvd.,Kitty Hawk 27949 

Mrs. Eva Lou Harrison, 18 Hawthorne Dr., Elizabeth City 27909 

Mrs. Debbie Simons 102 Village Dr., Elizabeth City 27909 

Mrs. Jean Wilson, Rt. 4, Box 985, Hertford 27944 

Mrs. Slyvia Daniel, Star Route. Box 117, Currituck 27929 

Mr. Rufus Carraway, 316 Pettigrew Dr., Plymouth 27962 

Mr. Tom Collie, Poplar Branch 27965 

Mrs. Iris Hand, Rt. 1, Box 490, Camden 27921 

Mr. Ambrose Staples, Box 106, South Mills 27976 

Mrs. Royce Reynolds, Rt. 2, Columbia 27925 

Mrs. Beverly Small, Rt. 1, Box 85, Elizabeth City 27909 

Mrs. Maxine Daniels, Box 275, Wanchese 27981 

Mrs. Elaine Jennings, Rt. 2, Box 164, Windsor 27983 



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Fayetteville District 
ANGIER: 
CLINTON: 
FIRST: 

GRACE: 
CLINTON CIRCUIT: 
COATS: 
COTTON: 
CUMBERLAND: 
DUNN: DIVINE STREET: 



ERWIN: 

FAYETTE VILLE: 
CAMP GROUND: 

CHRIST: 

CULBRETH: 

GARDNERS: 

GRACE: 

HARRY HOSIER: 
HAYMOUNT: 

HAY STREET: 

JOHN WESLEY: 



JOHNSON MEMORIAL 
KOREAN: 



Sue Ogburn, P O Box 305, Angier 27501 

Mrs. Erma Parsons, 422 E. Powell St., Clinton 28328 
Loyd Godley, 102 Sir Leslie Ct., Clinton 28328 
Margaret Sutton, 101 Doris Ave., Clinton 28328 
Anna Sumner, Rt. 4, Box 164, Clinton 28328 
Dottie Tyndall, Box 818, Coats 27521 
Bill Cox, Box 114, Hope Mills 28348 
Lois Patterson, 112 Sharon St., Fayetteville 28306 
Margaret Roach,210 S.Orange Ave.,Dunn 28334 
Effie Wright, 900 Westhaven Ave., Dunn 28334 
Gordan Ennis, 501 E. "H" St., Erwin 28339 

Mrs. Sally Smith, 2455 Vandermere Ave., Fayetteville 28304 

Ernie Hawthorne, 206 Wintergreen Dr., Fayetteville 28314 

George Fincher, 701 Emeline Ave., Fayetteville 28303 

Mrs. Donald Melvin, 1337 Cedar Creek Rd., Fayetteville 28301 

Mrs. Gladys Preston 

Mrs. Eleanor Hardwick, 1567 Mintz Dr., Fayetteville 28303 

Debra Huff, Rt. 12, Box 703H, Fayetteville 28306 

Gail London, 4752D Dunrobin Dr., Fayetteville 28306 

Marlin Stewart, P O Box 53404, Fayetteville 28305 

Mr. Ed Tindell, 2224 Bayview Dr., Fayetteville 28305 

Dr. William H. Pearce, 2105 Fordham Dr., Fayetteville 28304 

John Raper, 1610 Twin Oak Dr., Fayetteville 28305 

Helen Owens, 1902 Eichelberger Dr., Fayetteville 28303 

Dorothy Lane, 737 Chadwick Rd., Fayetteville 28301 

Cathy Johnston, 1926 Martindale Dr., Fayetteville 28304 



PERSON STREET 
ST. ANDREWS: 
ST. MATTHEWS: 

SALEM: 

TRINITY: 

VICTORY: 

WESLEY HEIGHTS: 
GOSHEN-KEENER: 
HARNETT: COKESBURY: 
HOPE MILLS: 



HOPEWELL: 

KIPLING: 

LESLIE: 

LILLINGTON: 

LINDEN: PARKERS GROVE 

MAMERS: 

MARVIN: 

NEWTON GROVE: 

RAEFORD: 



Mr. KongSuk Namkung, 6602 Bonnie Bell La., Fayetteville 28304 

Patsy Lusk, 403 Trinity Dr., Fayetteville 28301 

Emma Reaves, Rt. 1, Box 96B, Linden 28356 

Mrs. Lynda Snyder, 5001 Lakehurst Dr., Fayetteville 28304 

Mrs. Peggy Williams, 1633 Inverness Dr., Fayetteville 28304 

Elma McLaurin, 1421 Dunn Rd., Fayetteville 28301 

Dorothy Lawrence, 1785 Dunn Rd., Fayetteville 28301 

Mr. Jerry Ittenbach, 6555 People St., Fayetteville 28304 

Dr. Tryon Lancaster, 3212 Kentyre Dr., Fayetteville 28303 

Earl Peterson, Jr., 429 Raynor Dr.. Fayetteville 28311 

Margaret Anderson, 400 Vann Blvd., Clinton 28328 

Katharine Kinton, Rt. 1, Box 261, Fuquay-Varina 27526 

Darrell Hill, 104 Beechwood St., Hope Mills 28348 

Roland Schmidt, P O Box 505, Hope Mills 28348 

Louise Daughtry, Rt. 2, Box 224, Newton Grove 28366 



RAEFORD: HOKE: 
ROSEBORO: 
SAMPSON: 
SOUTH RIVER: 
SPRING HILL: 

SPRING LAKE: 
STEDMAN: COKESBUPY: 
TABOR: 



tyre Kendall, P O Box 6, Kipling 27543 

L. L. Milam, Rt. 3, Box 13, Dunn 28334 

Lavera Aiken, Box 322, Lillington 27546 

Mrs. Mozelle Bethune, P O Box 66, Linden 28356 

Harry Holder, P O Box 445, Mamers 27552 

Dorothy Bishop, Rt. 1, Box 277, Hope Mills 28328 

Joyce Herring, Rt. 6, Dunn 28334 

Ernestine Currie, 207 Roberts St., Raeford 28376 

Jessie Lee, Rt. 5, Box 316, Raeford 28376 

George Balch, Rt. 2, Box 256, Raeford 28376 

Margaret Crumpler, P O Box 68, Roseboro 28382 

Ruby Faircloth, Rt. 2, Box 195, Roseboro 28382 

Mary Royal, Rt. 1 Box 173, Stedman 28391 

Mary Stewart, Rt. 1, Box 282, Broadway 27505 

Mrs. Margaret Roberts, Rt. 1, Box 244, Broadway 27505 

Mrs. Betty Wall, 219 7th St., Spring Lake 2839C 

Mr. Pat McCalL P O Box 14&, Stedman 28391 

Mr. Wilson Fisher, Rt. 5, box 296A, Fayetteville 28301 



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UNION: 

WESLEY-BLACK'S CHAPEL: 
Goldsboro District 
BENSON: 

BESTON-WALKER MEM.: 
BETHEL-ZION: 
BROGDEN-FALLING CREEK 
BROWNINGS-SMITH: 
EUREKA- YELVERTON: 
FAISON CIRCUIT: 
FOUR OAKS: 
FREMONT: 
GARRIS CHAPEL: 
GOLDSBORO: 
DANIELS MEMORIAL: 



Lelia Puryear, Rt. 1, Box 525, Spring Lake 27546 
Kathleen Warren, Rt. 4, Box 370, Dunn 28334 

Mr. Ralph Delano, P O Box 9, Bnson 27504 

Doris Smith, Rt. 5, LaGrange 28551 

Polly Turner, Rt. 2, Box 414, Mt. Olive 28365 

Patsy Thompson, Rt. 3, Box 313, Dudley 28333 

Mr. Ricky Bell, Rt. 4, 10 Rambiewood, Mt. Olive 28365 

Laverne Yelverton, P O Box 3187, Eureka 27830 

Joyce Igoe, P O Box 326, Faison 28341 

Sarah Barber, Rt. 3, Box 252, Four Oaks 27524 

Trip Purcell, Rt. 3, Box 143, Pikeville 27863 

Mrs. Bailey Suggs, Rt. 5, Box 227, LaGrange 28551 



JEFFERSON: 
NEW HOPE: 
PINE FOREST- 
PROVIDENCE: 
ST. JOHN: 
ST. LUKE: 

ST. PAUL: 

SALEM: 
INSTITUTE-HICKORY GR. 
JERUSALEM-BETHEL: 
JOHNSTON CIRCUIT: 
KENANSVILLE PARISH: 
KENLY-BUCKHORN: 
LAGRANGE: 
MAGNOLIA: 
MICRO-FELLOWSHIP: 
MT. OLIVE: FIRST: 

PIKEVILLE-MT. CARMEL: 
PINE LEVEL-SANDERS: 
PRINCETON: 
RONES CHAPEL: 
ROSE HILL: 
SAULSTON: 
SELMA: EDGERTON: 
SEVEN SPRINGS: 
SMITHFIELD: 

ASBURY: 

CENTENARY: 

WHITLEY ELIZABETH: 
TRINITY: 
WALLACE: 
WARSAW: 

WESTWOOD-EBENEZER: 
Greenville District 
AURORA: 
AYDEN: 

BATH: 

BELHAVEN: TRINITY: 
BELL ARTHUR: 
BETHEL: 



Lillie Best, Rt. 16, Box 138, Goldsboro 27534 

Jayne Snipes, 1503 E. Beech St., Goldsboro 27530 

Betty Evans 523 Forest Hills Dr., Goldsboro 27534 

Pat Toth, 517 Shelley Dr., Goldsboro 27534 

Glenn Smith, 5726 St. Rd. 1373, Goldsboro 27530 

Carl Edwards, Rt. 6, Box 159, Goldsboro 27530 

Mary B. Jenkins, 1709 Ball St., Goldsboro 27530 

A. S. Moseley, 1802 Stephens St., Goldsboro 27530 

Jimmy Rollins, 1711 E. Pine St., Goldsboro 27530 

Jean Haislip, 2410 Peachtree St., Goldsboro 27534 

Matthew Perry, 1702 E. Mulberry St., Goldsboro 27530 

Admiral Howell, Rt. 8, Box 187, Goldsboro 27530 

: Frances Eakin, Rt. 1, Box 257, LaGrange 28551 

Jimmy Parks, Rt. 2, Box 279, Snow Hill 28586 

Jay Sanders, Rt. 2, Four Oaks 27524 

Ernest Grady, Rt. 1, Box 103, Kenansville 28349 

Joyce Williamson. Rt. 1 Box 125, Lucama 27851 

Mrs. Horace Sutton, Rt. 3, Box 361, LaGrange 28551 

Elasko Blanchard, Rt. 1, Warsaw 28398 

Bill Godwin, Rt. 2, Princeton 27569 

Margaret Boyd, P O Box 455, Mt. Olive 28365 

Barton Baldwin, P O Box 248, Mt. Olive 28365 

J. L. Crawford, P O Box 39, Pikeville 27863 

Mary Daughtry, 205 Kingston, Pine Level 27568 

Clifton Worley, Rt. 1, Box 141, Princeton 27569 

Gayle Weeks, Rt. 1, Box 504, Mt. Olive 28365 

Dennis Ramsey, P O Box 179, Rose Hill 28458 

Sheila Rogers, 106 Heather La., Goldsboro 27534 

Joan Frye, 304 Pelham St., Selma 27576 

Lee Grady, Rt. 2, Box 597, Seven Springs 28578 

Roy Jones, 113 Castle Dr., Smithfield 27577 

M. W. Standi, 825 S. First St., Smithfield 27577 

Sarah Ann Sasser, P O Box 736, Smithfield 27577 

A. B. Boykin, Rt. 3, Box 36, Smithfield 27577 

Maurice Rouse, Rt. 2, Box 104, Kinston 28501 

Barbara Blanchard, 2002 McMillan Ave., Wallace 28466 

Bill Costin, Sr., Rt. 1, Box 72, Warsaw 28398 

Eula Peacock, Rt. 2, Box 157A, Pikeville 27863 

Elizabeth Warren, Edwards 27821 

F. Leroy Merritt, 711 W. 5th St., Ayden 28513 

Roy Turnage, 710 E. 2nd St., Ayden 28513 

Warren Page, Rt. 1, Box 446A, Bath 27808 

Mariorie Benson, Rt. 1, Box 77A, Belhaven 27810 

Emily Barwick, 219 Belvedere Dr., Greenville 27834 

Miss Almyra Watson, P O Box 214, Bethel 27812 

Mrs. Addie Leigh Gale, P O Box 775, Bethel 27812 



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FARMVILLE: 
GREENVILLE: 

HOLY TRINITY: 

JARVIS: 

ST. JAMES: 

GRIFTON: 
GRIMESLAND: 
HOBGOOD: 
HOLLY SPRINGS: 
HOOKERTON: 
JAMESVILLE: 
KINSTON: 
QUEEN STREET: 

WESTMINSTER: 



Royce Richardson, 107 N. Pitt St., Farmville 27828 

Sylvia Wright, 1109 Summit Ave., Greenville 27889 

Dr. Edgar Douglas. 204 Hampton Cir., Greenville 27858 

Dr. Richard Evans, 200 Crown Point Rd., Greenville 27858 

Herschel Williams, 2501 Madison Cir., Greenville 27834 

Laura Little, 217 King George Rd., Greenville 27858 

Glendal Tucker, P O Box 248, Grifton 28530 

Velma Hickman, 102 Harbour Way, Washington 27889 

J. W. Bryant, P o Box 64, Hobgood 27843 

Phyllis Jones, Rt. 1, Box 42, Williamston 27892 

Mrs. Sara Stocks, Rt. 1, Box 160D, Hookerton 28538 

Earl Sawyer, Rt. 1, Box 649, Jamesville 27846 

Mrs. Lane Temple, 701 Rhodes Ave., Kinston 28501 

Mrs. Ann Hobbs, 2000 Hardee Rd., Kinston 28501 

Becky Seymour, 200 West Rd., Kinston 28501 

Leonard Seymour, 2000 West Rd., Kinston 28501 

Mrs. Nannie H. Fields, Rt. 1, Kinston 28501 

W. R. Newell, Rt. 1, Box 139, Dover 28626 

Mrs. Hilda Edmundson, Rt. 2, Stantonsburg 27883 

John Shaffer, P O Box 324. Engelhard 27824 

James Stroud, Rt. 1, Box 163, Farmville 27828 



Mrs. Vera Prince. P O Box 133, Deep Run 28525 
Mr. Ethro Hill, P O Box 55, Pink Hill 28572 



KINSTON CIRCUIT: 

LANE'S CHAPEL-BETHANY: 

LEBANON-TABERNACLE: 

MATTAMUSKEET: 

MAURY-MT. HERMAN: 

NOBLE'S CHAPEL: 

PINK HILL: 

RAINBOW: Harold Manning, P O Box 314, Snow Hill 28580 

ROBERSONVILLE: Mr. Charles Jenkins, Rt.^, Box 252, Robersonville 27871 

SALEM: Mrs. Clara Jane Hardee, Rt. 3, Box 91, Greenville 27834 

SNOW HILL: CALVARY MEM.: Lib Jones, 903 Long Shore Dr., Snow Hill 28580 

STANTONSBURG: 

STOKES: 

SWAN QUARTER: 

VANCEBORO: 

VANCEBORO CIRCUIT: 

WASHINGTON: 

ASBURY: 

FIRST: 



WASHINGTON CIRCUIT: 
WESLEY MEMORIAL: 
WILLIAMSTON: 



WOODINGTON-WEBB: 
New Bern District 
ALLIANCE-ARAPAHOE 
ASBURY: 
ATLANTIC: 



Mrs. Joanne Lucas, P O Box 143, Stantonsburg 27883 

Gladys Matthews, 204 Puris St., Robersonville 27871 

Ray M. Spencer, 132E, Swan Quarter 27885 

Russell Ipock, P o Box 275, Vanceboro 28586 

Mildred Venters, Rt. 1, Box 334, Grimesland 27837 

Mrs. Ellen Smith, Rt. 4, Box 102, Washington 27889 

Mr. Leon Roebuck, P O Box 428, Washington 27889 

Mr. Cecil Cayton, Rt. 5, Box 133, Washington 27889 

Donna Parker, Rt. 1, Box 834, Washington 27889 

Frances Starling, Rt. 2, Farmville 27828 

Mr. Joe Vopelak, 705 School Dr., Williamston 27892 

Mrs. Joe Vopelak, 705 School Dr. Williamston 27892 

Mrs. Cauley Bryan, Rt. 1, Seven Springs 28578 



Mrs. Ruby Smith, Rt. 65, Box 270, Arapahoe 28510 
Mr. Ashby Tippett, 536 Asburv Rd., Cove City 28523 
Ms. Shirley Ward, P 0"Box 99, Atlantic 28511 
BEAUFORT: ANN STREET: Mrs. Frances Krautheim, 817 Front St., Beaufort 28516 
Mrs. Virginia Moore, 114 Pollock St.. Beaufort 28516 
BEECH GROVE-RHEMS: Mrs. Ed Parker, 815 Ipock La., New Bern 28560 

BELGRADE-TABERNACLE: Mr. Johnnie T. Morton, 99 Deppe Rd., Maysville 28555 
BEULAVILLE: Mr. Linwood Pickett, Rt. 1 , Box 1 73, Beulaville 2851 8 

BRIDGETON: Mrs. Juanita Register, 1707 Hwy. 17N, New Bern 28560 

BROAD CREEK: Mrs. Sadie Cribb, Rt. 1, Box 525, Newport 28570 

CEDAR ISLAND-SEA LEVEL: Mr. Clyde McGirk, Sea Level 28577 

CORE CREEK: Laura M. Foreman, Rt. 1, Box 626, Beaufort 28516 

DOVER-CLARKS: Mr. Terry Wethington, 105 Clarks Rd., New Bern 28560 

HARKERS ISLAND: Harry I. Buch, STRB 262, Harkers Island 28531 

HARLOWE-OAK GROVE: 



HAVELOCK: 
CHERRY POINT: 
FIRST: 



Ms. June Rodd, 112 Sherwood Dr., Havelock 28532 

Mr. Hazzie Williams, 202 Bryan St., Havelock 28532 
Mr. Jack Harmon, 218 Church Rd., Havelock 28532 



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HAW BRANCH: 

HUBERT: 
OAK GROVE: 
QUEENS CREEK 

JACKSONVILLE: 
NORTHWOODS: 



Mr. Gordon Robertson, 112 Ketner Blvd., Havelock 28532 
Mrs. Debra Morton, 551 Island Creek Rd., New Bern 28562 

Ms. Grace Sanders, Rt. 1, Box 262, Hubert 28539 
Mr. Alvin Pittman, Sr., Rt. 2, Box 446, Hubert 28539 



Mr. Fowler Williams, 901 Vernon Dr., Jacksonville 28540 

Mrs. Fowler Williams 901 Vernon Dr.. Jacksonville 28540 

PINE VALLEY: Mrs. Jean Ericksen, 199 Bqyington Dr., Midway Park 28544 

TRINITY: Mr. Joseph Bynum, 1 Glendale Rd., Jacksonville 28540 

Mrs. Ellen Bynum, 1 Glendale Rd., Jacksonville 28540 

MARSHALLBERG-SMYRNA: Mrs. Anita Lewis, Rt. 2, Box 488, Smyrna 28579 

MAYSVILLE: Ms. Lillie Mae Meadows, Star Rt. Box 46, Maysvillc 28555 

MIDWAY-BETHLEHEM: Mr. Leon Weeks, Rt. 5, Box 610, Newport 28570 

MOREHEAD CITY: F 

FIRST: Mrs. Sarah Hamilton, 2002 Shepard St., Morehead City 28557 

Marty Hedgepeth, P O Box 3373, Morehead City 28557 

FRANKLIN MEMORIALMrs.Kitty Willis,! 10 N.Yaupon Terr.,Morehead City 28557 

ST. PETER'S: Mr. Larry Miller, 107 Perkins Dr., Beaufort 28516 

NEW BERN: 

CENTENARY: 



Mr. Karl Kendrick, 1812 Tryon Rd., New Bern 28560 
Mrs. Bertha Grubb, 5209 Springwood, New Bern 28560 
Mr. Nat Dixon, P O Box 2407, New Bern 28560 
Ms. Marion Ball, 112 Anchor Way, New Bern 28562 
Mr. Al Wellons, 230 Shoreline Dr., New Bern 28562 
Mr. Walter Jones, 512 Watson Ave., New Bern 28560 
Ms. Dorothy Taylor, 2100 Chestnut Ave., New Bern 28560 
Mr. John Tracy, 105 Randomwood La., New Bern 28562 
Mrs. Dot Tracy, 105 Randomwood La., New Bern 28562 
Ms. Edna Parker, P O Box 179, Newport 28570 
Mrs. Betty Slaughter, 2523 E. Forest Dr., Newport 28570 
Mr. Ned Delamar, Jr., P O Box 462, Oriental 28571 
: Mrs. Eunice Parker, 390 Beaman Rd., New Bern 28562 
Mrs. Patricia Lane, Box 98, Stonewall 28583 
POLLOCKSV'L-LEES CHAMs. Virginia L. Morton, P O Box 111, Pollocksville 28573 
RICHLANDS: Mike Carter, Rt. 2, Box 571 AA, Richlands 28574 

RIVERDALE: Mrs. Maggie Tart, 31 7 Hill St., New Bern 28560 

SALTER PATH: Mr. Oscar Brock, P O Box 2537, Atlantic Beach 28512 

SHADY GROVE: Mrs. Anna Craft, Rt. 2, Box 144D, Trenton 28585 

SNEADS FERRYCARROLL CHAP.: Janet Hill.Rt.l ,Box 16,Sneads Ferry 28460 
STRAITS-NORTH RIVER: Mrs. Carol Beacham, Rt. 2, Beaufort 28516 

SWANSBORO: Ms. Carol McLean, 403 Sound View Ct., Swansboro 28584 

Ms. Marilyn Boyce. 618 Main St. Ext., Swansboro 28584 
TRENTON: Mrs. Karen Tutt, 1650 Ten Mile Fork Rd., Trenton 28585 

VERONA: Ms. Connie Spazafumo, 221 Murrill Hill Rd., Jacksonville 28540 



FAITH: 
GARBER: 

RrvTiRSIDE: 

TRINITY: 

NEWPORT: ST. JAMES: 

ORIENTAL: 

PAMLICO COOP. PARISH 



WILLISTON-STACY 

Raleigh District 

APEX: 

BHLEHEM-SHADY GROVE: 
BUNN-HILL KING CIRCUIT: 
CARY: 
FIRST: 



Ms. Phyllis Saunders, P O Box 24, Williston 28589 

Mrs. Jeanne Hack, P O Box 752, Apex 27502 

Mrs. Lucille Sanders, 424 Hillcrest Rd., Apex 27502 

Lorraine Porter, Rt. 3, Box 635, Warrenton 27589 

Steve Wrenn, Rt. 1, Box 431, Louisburg 27549 



GENESIS: 
MACEDONIA: 

ST. FRANCIS: 
WHITE PLAINS: 

CLAYTON: 



Bill Marley, 202 Trackers Rd., Gary 27513 

Catharine Vick, 213 Dunhagen PI., Cary 27511 

Mary Collins, 113 Beaver Pine Way, Cary 27511 

Mrs. Elma Campbell, 2824 Campbell Rd., Raleigh 27606 

Mrs. Jessie Rogers, 8001 Penny Rd.. Raleigh 27606 

Mr. John Boiing, 103 Deer Park La., Cary 27511 

Ross Wingo, 4605 Grayling Dr., Apex 27502 

Mike Brewer, 1417 Debra Dr., Cary 27511 

Miss Virginia L. Satterfield, 223 E. Blache St., Clayton 27520 

Mrs. Mary Hinton, 103 W. Second St., Clayton 27520 



Margaret Phillips, Rt. 2, Box 291, Raleigh 

Dot Bagwell, 616 Shadywood La., Raleigh 

Medicus E. Bragg, Rt. 3, Box 810, Franklinton 

Mr. Claude Wortham, Rt. 3, Henderson 

J. B. Dixon, 408 N. Cheatham St., Franklinton 

Frank McDowell, P O Box 911, Fuquay-Varina 

Elmer Burt, 6601 Burt Rd., Fuquay-Varina 

Mr. Ralph Whaley, 100 Cedar La., Garner 

Mrs. Nelda Rand, 2276 Benson Rd., Garner 

Mr. Paul Sims, 1804 Vandora Springs Rd., Garner 

Gary Shaw, 500 Maple La., Raleigh 

Dixie Young, 1537 Oakdale Cir., Henderson 

J. W. Ray, 805 Barbara Dr., Raleigh 

Mary Lee Johnson, P O Box 277, Hollv Springs 

Misha Lewis, Rt. 1, Box 24A, Macon 

Ann King, Rt. 1, Box 298, Norlina 

Mrs. Glenda Snotherly, 423 Third Ave., Knightdale 

Miss Lucy Wilson, Rt. 5, Box 838, Louisburg 

Mr. Bill Lord Rt. 2, Box 36, Louisburg 

Mrs. Martha Riggan, 119 Edgewood Dr., Louisburg 

Mrs. Anna Thompson, P O Box 63, Macon 

J. T. Abbott, Rt. 2, Box 198, Henderson 

Betty Jean Sorrell, 10100 Ten-Ten Rd., Raleigh 

Marian Hege, P O Box 52, Norlina 

Rosamond Sexton, 5608 Woodard La Raleigh 

Mrs. Emma Ellington, Rt. 1, Box 187, Kittrell 

Joe Padgett, 4509 Bartlette Dr., Raleigh 
Mrs. Teel Padgett, 4509 Bartlette Dr., Raleigh 
Keith Letchworth, 900 Culpepper La., Raleigh 
Wendy Poister, 609 Merwin Rd., Raleigh 
Martha Woodall, 2913 Debra Dr., Raleigh 
Ben Aiken, 1613 Beechgrove Rd., Raleigh 
Angela Hodge, Rt. 3, Lot 4, Knightdale Est., Knightdale 
Mrs. Ann Faust, 1005 Cedarhurst Dr., Raleigh 
Mr. Bill Rustin, 504 Marlowe Rd., Raleigh 
Ms. Barbara Maddrey, 215 Glascock St., Raleigh 
Jim Stevens, 432 Oakland Dr., Raleigh 
Mrs. JoAnn Bradsher, 104 Dunedin Ct., Cary 
Mr. Dan M. Sharpe, Jr., 2137 Cowper Dr., Raleigh 
Mr. George A. Deaton, 1304 Prat Ct., Raleigh 
Mrs. Judy J. Riddle, 3125 Braddock Dr., Raleigh 
JENKINS MEMORIAL: Mrs. Lizette Lewis, 926 N. Bqylan Ave., Raleigh 
LAYDEN MEM.: Janette Cooper,4008 Hilltop Needmore Rd.,Fuquay-Varina 
LONGVIEW: 
MILLBROOK: 



EBENEZER: 

EBENEZER-WESLEY: 
FLAT ROCK: 
FRANKLINTON: 
FUQUAY-VARINA: 

GARNER: 
FIRST: 

ST. ANDREWS: 

GILLBURG: 
HOLLANDS: 
HOLLY SPRINGS: 
JERUSALEM-ZION: 

KNIGHTDALE: 
LEAH'S CHAP.-SHILOH: 
LOUISBURG: 

MACON: 
MIDDLEBURG: 
MT. ZION: 
NORLINA: 
PINEY GROVE: 
PLANK CHAPEL: 
RALEIGH: 
ASBURY: 

AVENT FERRY: 

BENSON MEMORIAL: 



COKESBURY: 
EDENTON STREET: 

FAIRMONT: 

HAYES BARTON: 

HIGHLAND: 



MORNINGSTAR: 
NORTH RALEIGH: 

PLEASANT GROVE: 
ST. JAMES: 

ST. MARK'S: 

SOAPSTONE: 
SOUTHEAST: 
TRINITY: 

WESLEY MEMORIAL: 
WESTOVER: 



Mr. Garland Montague, 1000 Somerset Rd., Raleigh 

Mr. Leon Pryor, 3915 Sue La., Raleigh 

Mr. Mike Austin, 300 Dartmouth Rd., Raleigh 

Mrs. Janet Huebsch, 3201 Barnsley La., Raleigh 

Rod Duncan, 6100 Riverside Dr., Wake Forest 

George Krichbaum, 6900 Slade Hill Rd., Raleigh 

Marlene Baker, 10205 Bushveld La., Raleigh 

David Moody, 3823 Ingram Dr., Raleigh 

Frances Moody, 3823 Ingram Dr., Raleigh 

Roy Holley, 1905 Hillock, Raleigh 

T. Edwin Perry, 7407 Ashbury Ct., Raleigh 

Roy Hutchins, 10804 Brass Kettle Rd., Raleigh 

Catherine Hargrove. 1115 Kitt PI., Raleigh 

Mr. W. D. Moon, 516 Barksdale Dr., Raleigh 

John F. Salas, 4208 Watebury Rd., Raleigh 

Pearl Walston, 5000 N. Glen Dr., Raleigh 

Mr. James Ramsey, 380 Wilmot Dr., Raleigh 



27610 
27603 

27525 
27536 
27525 
27526 
27526 

27529 
27529 
27529 
27603 
27536 
27606 
27540 
27551 
27563 
27545 
27549 
27549 
27549 
27551 
27536 
27609 
27563 
27606 
27544 

27609 
27609 
27610 
27606 
27607 
27612 
27545 
27609 
27609 
27604 
27609 
27511 
27608 
27606 
27612 
27605 
27626 
27610 
27604 
27609 
27604 
27587 
27615 
27613 
27604 
27604 
27612 
27615 
27614 
27610 
27604 
27604 
27609 
27606 



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WILSON TEMPLE: 
TRINITY: 
UNION CHAPEL: 
VANCE CHARGE: 
WAKE FOREST: 
WARREN: 



Mr. John Mitchell, 622 Wimbleton Dr., Raleigh 27609 

Mr. Mose Dorsey, 7221 Beverwood Dr., Raleigh 27604 

Mrs. Dot Robertson, Rt. 6, Box 119, Louisburg 27549 

Robert Dunn, Rt. 4, Henderson 27536 

Dot Pernell, Rt. 6, Box 164, Henderson 27536 

Macon Becton, 559 N. College St., Wake Forest 27587 

Mrs. Nell Hicks, Rt. 4, Box 567, Warrenton 27589 



WARRENTON: WESLEY MEM: Nancy Blankenship, P O Box 505, Warrenton 27589 



WENDELL: 
ZEBULON: 

Rockingham District 
BETHESDA 



CALEDONIA: 

CORDOVA: 

ELLERBE: 

FAIRMONT: TRINITY: 

FLETCHER'S CHAP.-ST.PETER 

GREEN LAKE-BEAVER DAM: 

HAMLET: 

FELLOWSHIP: 

FIRST: 



Dr. M. L. Jones, P O Box 208, Wendell 27591 
Mr. Wayne Davis. P O Box 353, Zebulon 27597 
Mr. Archie Ray, 616 Stratford Dr., Zebulon 27597 

Bobbie Britt, Rt. 2, Box 203, Fairmont 28340 
Kathleen Britt, Rt. 2, Box 21 5B, Fairmont 28340 
Mrs. Barbara Williams, Rt. 3, Box 156, Laurinburg 28352 
Mrs. Nadine Steagall, Rt. 1, Box 180, Rockingham 28379 
Heath Carriker, Rt. 1, Box 280, Ellerbe 28338 
Meredith Floyd, 304 Pittman St., Fairmont 28340 
Olivia Dowdy,Rt.l,Box 206/Wagram 28398 
C. F. Watson, Jr.,POBox 125,Hoffman 28347 



ST. PETER: 
LAUREL HILL: 
LAURINBURG: 

CENTRAL: 

FIRST: 

GALILEE: 
ST. LUKE: 

LEDBETTER: 

LUMBERTON: 
ASBURY: 
BRANCH STREET: 
CHESTNUT STREET: 



MT. OLIVE PARISH: 

PINEVIEW: 
LUMBERTON CIRCUIT: 
MAXTON: ST. PAUL: 
MAXTON CIRCUIT: 

MT. ZION- WALL'S CHAP.: 

NATIVE AMERICAN LARGER PARISH: 

COHARIE: 

COLLINS-NEW PHIL. 

LIGHTHOUSE: 

PEM.: FIRST- WEST: 
NORMAN: 
PARKTON: 

PEMBROKE CIRCUIT: 
PHIL.-COOL SPR.: 
PROSPECT: 



Mr. Harold Boggan, Rt. 1, Box 82, Marston 28363 

Betty Bowler, 311 Oak St., Hamlet 28345 

Frances Winchester, 404 Palm St., Hamlet 28345 

Robert Broady, P O Box 1161, Hamlet 28345 

Mr. Philip Liles, P O Box 312, Laurel Hill 28351 

Mrs. Helen Sellers, 2408 Evergreen La., Laurinburg 28352 

Dr. Julian Smith, 2609 Pine Harbor Rd., Laurinburg 28352 

Mrs. Julian Smith, 2609 Pine Harbor Rd., Laurinburg 28352 

Mr. Wilbur Oates, 210 McGirts Bridge Rd., Laurinburg 28352 

Mrs. Thelma Stewart, Rt. 1, Box 178, Gibson 28343 

Mrs. Mary Harvin, 313 Maplewood Dr., Laurinburg 28352 

Mrs. Tip Barrow, 301 Sherbrooke Cir., Laurinburg 28352 

Martha Hughes, Rt. 4, Box 59, Rockingham 28379 

Pat Hoffman, 606 E. 6th St., Lumberton 28358 

Loretta Hunt, P O Box 845, Pembroke 28372 

Mrs. Joyce Vereen,503 W.32nd St.,Lumberton 28359 

Ms. Dot Wilkerson, 2603 Barker St., Lumberton 28359 

Sharon Robertson 

Goss Ivey, 515 Whiteville Rd., Lumberton 28350 

Ruth Musselwhite, Rt.7,Box 557, Lumberton 28358 

Katherine Carter, P O Box 27, Maxton 28364 

Shirley Jones, Rt. 1, Box 169A, Maxton 28364 

Anne B. McNair, 1126 Hammond Dr., Laurinburg 28352 

Mr. Maxcell Black, Rt.l, Box 87E, Shannon 28386 



RED SPRINGS: 

RHYNE MEMORIAL 

TRINITY: 
ROBERDEL: 



Mr. Oscar Jacobs, Rt. 3, Box 341, Clinton 28328 

Maggie Locklear, Rt. 2, Box 373, Red Springs 28377 

Mr. Charles Locklear, Jr., P O Box 2015, Raeford 28376 

Dr. Norma Thompson,POBox 1103,Pembroke 28372 

Mr. Ted Rush, Rt. 2, Box 85, Candor 27229 

Mary Jane Hall, P O Box 235, Parkton 28371 

Roberta Scipio, P O Box 447, Lumberton 28359 

Frances Covington, P O Box 1931, Rockingham 28379 

Mr. James A. Jones, Rt. 3, Box 205, Maxton 28364 

Dr. Adolph L. Dial, Rt. 2, Box 407, Pembroke 28364 

Trula McKeithan, P O Box 443, Red Springs 28377 

Mrs. Gaynelle G. McMaster, 100 McRae St., Red Springs 28377 

Tom Hayden, 910 Hillcrest Dr., Rockingham 28379 



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ROCKINGHAM: 
EAST: 
FIRST: 



GLENWOOD: 

PEE DEE: 

ST PAUL: 

TRINITY-ZION: 

WEST: 
ROWLAND: 

CEDAR GR.-SALEM: 

FIRST: 
ROWLAND PARISH: 
ST. JOHN-GIBSON: 
ST. PAULS: 
SANDY PLAINS: 
SNEAD'S GROVE: 
SOUTH CAROLINA PARISH 
TABERNACLE: 
Rocky Mount District 
BAILEY: 

BATTLEBORO-CLARK ST.: 
CALVARY: 
CONETOE: 
CONWAY: 
ELM CITY: 
ENFIELD-EDEN: 



Mr. J. D. Lamont, 1505 McDonald Ave., Hamlet 
Sam Till, 416 Lumyer Rd., Rockingham 
Madeleine Till, 416 Lymyer Rd., Rockingham 
J.W.Hammond, 1126 Rockingham Rd., Rockingham 
Mr. Frank Pate, Rt. 2, Box 116A, EUerbe 
Sharon Robinson, Rt. 2, Box 432B, St. Pauls 
Mr. Eugene Walker, Rt. 3. Box 317, Rockingham 
Helen Elliott, 511 W. Washington St., Rockingham 



Velma Baker, 780 Britt Dr., Lumberton 

Helen Pate, Rt. 3, Box 14, Rowland 

Ms. Jessie Mitchell, Rt. 6, Box 182, Lumberton 

E. Harold Gibson, Rt. 1, Box 151, Gibson 

Ms. Mildred Pearce, 307 N. Fourth St., St. Pauls 

Etha C. Harris, P O Box 1891, Pembroke 

Mr. Eugene Paul, 226 Beech St., Laurinburg 

Etta B. Jacobs, Rt. 1. Box 925. Clio, SC 

Mr. Cecil Hodges, Rt. 2, Box 564, Hamlet 



EVANSDALE-BLACK CREEK: 

GASTON: 

GOLD VALLEY: 

HALIFAX: 

HAWKINS-TABOR: 

HORNES-LUCAMA-SIMS: 

LITTLETON: 

MILWAUKEE: 



Mrs. Grace Finch, P O Box 624, Bailey 

Gladys Capel,417 Henry St.,Rocky Mount 

Mr. Don Shelley, 73 Golf Course Rd., Littleton 

Mrs. Peggy Warren, Rt. 6, Box 242, Greenville 

Mr. Billy Lassiter, Rt. 2, Box 6, Conway 

Mrs. C. R. Etheridge, Rt. 1, Box 470, Elm City 

Mrs. Jean E. Myers, 407 Sherrod Heights, Enfield 



Sara fomlinson,Rt.5,Box 217,Wilson 
Annelore Jordan, 1 20 Clark St., Gaston 
Mr. John Woodard, Rt. 1, Box 737, Spring Hope 
Mr. Ben Shepard, P O Box 236, Halifax 
Joyce Cobb,Rt.2,Box 435A,Roanoke Rapids 
Jimmy Glover 116 Miday Dr., Bailey 
Mr. Howard Draper, 435 Forest Hills, Littleton 
Mrs. Louise Flythe, Milwaukee 
Mr. James Earl Flythe, Rt. 2, Box 420, Conway 
MT. PLEASANT-MIDDLESEX: Mr.Clarence Finch,Rt.l ,Box 1 5A,Sims 

MT. ZION: Ms. Edith Barrow, 1809 W. Nash St., Wilson 

NASHVILLE: Ms. Elsie May Benson. 408 E. Church St., Nashville 

Ms. Lula Shackleford, 217 S. Boddie St., Nashville 
NORTHAMPTON: Mrs. Hazel Collier, Rt. 2, Box 381 , Conway 

Mrs. Edith Flythe, P O Box 366, Jackson 
PINETOPS-HART: Judge J. Phil Carlton, P O Box 67, Pinetops 

RED OAK: Ivlr. Sam Moore, P O Box 44, Red Oak 

RICH SQ.-WOODLAND: Mildred G.Bolton,Bryantown Rd.,Rich Square 



ROANOKE: 
ROANOKE RAPIDS 
ROSEMARY: 

FIRST: 

ENGLEWOOD: 

FIRST: 



ST. PAUL: 
ROCKY MT.PARISH: 
SANDY CROSS: 
SCOTLAND NECK: 
SEABOARD: 
SMITH: 
SPRING-GARYSBURG 



Mr. Allen Martin, 2114 Hawkins Dr., Roanoke Rapids 

Ms. Terri Antal, 919 Park Ave., Roanoke Rapids 

Mrs. Sue Owens, 1201 Washington St., Roanoke Rapids 

Mr. L. Taylor Oakes, P O Box 627, Roanoke Rapids 

Mrs. Ruth Oakes. P O Box 627, Roanoke Rapids 

Pete Hoogendonk, 1012 Brassfield Ct., Rocky Mount 

Ms. Marti Hoogendonk, 1012 Brassfield Ct., Rocky Mount 

Mr. Floyd Sawyer, 1205 Lafayette Ave., Rocky Mount 

Mrs. Relfe Edwards, 612 S. Taylor St., Rocky Mount 

Mrs. Ruby Braswell, 408 S. Taylor St., Rocky Mount 

Esther Allen,824 Peachtree St.,Rocky Mount 

Mr. Bruce Baker, Rt. 3, Box 225, Nashville 

Vernon Barnhill, 315 W. 12th St., Scotland Neck 

Mrs. Virginia Wilkinson, Rt. 1, Box 292, Garysburg 



Mrs. Judy Lister, Rt. 2, Box 273D, Roanoke Rapids 
Mrs.Cirven Burnette.POBox 443, Gaston 



28345 
28379 
28379 
28379 
28338 
28384 
28379 
28379 

28358 
28383 
28358 
28343 
28384 
28372 
28352 
29525 
28345 

27807 
27803 
27850 
27834 
27820 
27822 
27823 
27893 
27832 
27882 
27839 
27870 
27807 
27850 
27854 
27820 
27880 
27893 
27856 
27856 
27820 
27845 
27864 
27868 
27869 
27870 

27870 
27870 
27870 
27870 
27803 
27803 
27803 
27803 
27803 
27803 
27856 
27874 
27831 
27870 
27832 



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SPRING HOPE: 
TARBORO: ST. JAMES: 

WELDON: 
WEST HALIFAX: 
WHITAKERS: 
WILSON: 
FIRST: 



Mr. Ken Ripley, Box 185, Spring Hope 27882 

Mr. P. T. Fugate, 1600 Canal St., Tarboro 27882 

Mrs. P. T. Fugate, 1600 Canal St., Tarboro 27886 

J. Kelly Turner, Jr., 9 Stuart Cir., Weldon 27890 

Mrs. Alma Smith, Rt. 2, Box 91, Enfield 27823 

Mrs. Elizabeth Bradley, P O Box 355, Whitakers 27891 



Dr. Frank Eagles, 2204 Canal Dr., Wilson 27893 

Mr. R. W. Harrison, Jr., 410 Raleigh Rd., Wilson 27893 

WEST NASH: Mrs. Jane Jernigan, 2204 Somerset Dr., Wilson 27893 

Mr. Elmer Johnson, 1721 Meadowbrook La., Wilson 27893 

WINSTEAD: Mr. Thomas Morris, 221 1 Arbor Rd., Wilson 27893 

Mr. Fred Hight, 1201 Branch St., Wilson 27893 
Sanford District 

ABERDEEN -PAGE MEMORIAL: Glenn Fogleman, P O Box 1036, Aberdeen 28315 

Mary M. Fogleman, P O Box 1036, Aberdeen 28315 
ASBURY-BETHLEHEM: Leonard Gunter, Sr., Rt. 4, Box 810, Sanford 27330 

BISCOE-BASCOM: Mariorie Frye, Rt. 1, Box 199, Biscoe 27209 

BONLEE: William Rives, Rt. 3, Box 192, Siler City 27344 

BROADWAY-MORRIS CHAPEL: Johnie Thomas, Rt. 14, Box 452, Sanford 27330 
BYNUM: Ruth Lucier, P O Box 35, Bynum 27228 

CANDOR: Carl M. Myers, Box 370, Candor 27229 

CARTHAGE: Mrs. Emma Paschal, PO Box 512, Carthage 28327 

CEDAR GROVE: Mrs. Elaine Davis, Rt. 1, Box 450, Pittsboro 27312 

CENTER: Roy Spivey, 7800 Henley Rd., Sanford 27330 

CHATHAM HISPANIC MINISTRIES: 

CHATHAM-MT. ZION: Vernon Thrift, Rt. 1, Box 1252, Moncure 27559 

CUMNOCK: Mrs. Ramona Lawson, 5536 Cumnock Rd., Sanford 27330 



EVERGREEN: 
GLENDON: 

GOLDSTON: 
HICKORY MOUNTAIN: 
JONES CHAPEL: 
LEMON SPRINGS: 
LOVE JOY-MACEDONIA: 
MERRITTS-EBENEZER: 
MONCURE-BUCKHORN: 
MT. GILEAD: FIRST: 

MT. PLEASANT: 

PEKIN: 

PINEBLUFF: 

PINEY GR.-HICKORY GR 

PITTSBORO: FIRST: 

PITTSBORO CIRCUIT: 

PLEASANT HILL: 

POPLAR SPRINGS-MEMPHIS 

ROBBINS: TABERNACLE: 

SANDHILLS: 
SANFORD: 
JONESBORO: 

ST. LUKE: 

TRINITY: 
SANFORD CIRCUIT: 
SILER CITY: 

FIRST: 



Jill Wargin, 41 Fearrington Post, Pittsboro 27312 

John Paschal, Rt. 3, Box 882E, Sanford 27330 

Mrs. J. L. Fields, P O Box 695, Carthage 28327 

Mrs. Esther Burke, P O Box 92, Goldston 27252 

Mrs. Lillian Heasley, 3094 Khalif Ct., Sanford 27330 

Mrs. Wanda Perry, 515 Bracken St., Sanford 27330 

Weitzel Vuncannon, P O Box 514, Troy 27371 

Joe Burke, Rt. 4, Pittsboro 27312 

Bobby Wicker, Rt. 1, Box 391, Moncure 27559 

James A. Evans, P O Box 254, Mt. Gilead 27306 

Mary B. Bruton, P O Box 744, Mt. Gilead 27306 

Lamont Norwood, Rt. 1, Box 472, Pittsboro 27312 

Harold Brock, P O Box 1336, Robbins 27325 

Ralph Foushee. P O Box 236, Pinebluff 28373 

L. M.Xutterloh, Rt. 4, Box 292, Siler City 27344 

Maxine Jones, 202 Pittsboro Vlg.Apts., Pittsboro 27312 

Joyce M. Dawson, Rt. 2, Box 396, Pittsboro 27312 

Mrs. Mildred Reynolds. Rt. 1, Box 673, Robbins 27325 

Bill Munden, 2917 Thomas Rd., Sanford 27330 

Era Mae Rickman, Rt. 1, Box 180H, Carthage 28327 

Lib Williams, Rt. 1, Box 135, Eagle Springs 27242 

Jessee Pankey, Rt. 1, Box 542, Jackson Springs 27281 

Edwin Foushee, 204 Park Ave., Sanford 27330 

Mrs. Edwin Foushee, 204 Park Ave., Sanford 27330 

Ed Davis, 320 Carbonton Rd., Sanford 27330 

Earl Ballinger, 2313 Cool Springs Rd., Sanford 27330 

Clyde Strother, P O Box 1012, Sanford 27330 

Ervin Fox, P O Box 2054, Sanford 27330 



WEST END: 



John J. Brown, Jr., Rt. 2, Box 176, Siler City 27344 
David Wrenn, 614 W. 5th St., Siler City 27344 
Mrs. Dixie Smith, 1002 N. Chatham Ave., Siler City 27344 



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SILK HOPE: 

SMYRNA: 

SOUTHERN PINES: 

STAR: 

TROY: TRINITY: 



TROY CIRCUIT: 

VASS-CAMERON: 

WEST END: 

ZION: 

Wilmington District 

BETHEL-LEBANON: 

BLADEN: 

BOLTON-SHILOH: 

BRUNSWICK CIRCUIT: 

BURGAW: 

CAROLINA BEA.: ST. PAUL: 



Calvin Braxton, 3057 Braxton La., Snow Camp 27349 

Bill Thomas, Rt. 1, Siler City 27344 

Ronald Williams, Rt. 2, Box 170, Seagroves 27341 

Mrs. Ronald Williams, Rt. 2, Box 170, Seagroves 27341 

John Dizier, 120 Highland Rd., Southern Pines 28387 

Bryon Fellows, 244B Fairway Dr., Whispering Pines 28327 

Mrs. Ellen Brown, P O Box 382, Star 27356 

Mrs. Miriam Russell. P o Box 636, Troy 27371 

Mrs. Annie Ruth Johnson, 220 N. Russell St., Troy 27371 

Lucille Brandenburg, Rt. 1, Box 141, Camden 27229 

Mrs. Gladys Warren, Rt. 1, Box 192, Cameron 28326 

Mr. Lynn Aaron, Box 2070, Seven Lakes, West End 27376 



Milton Ward, Rt. 1, Box 184-RR, Clarendon 28432 
Norma Suggs, Rt. 2, #894, Elizabethtown 28337 
Tommy Smith, Rt. 1, Bolton 28423 
Mr. Cleo McCranie, Rt. 3, Box 34, Supply 28462 
Mr. Charles Cochran, P O Box 142, Burgaw 28425 
Walt Taylor, 818 S. 4th St., Carolina Beach 28428 
Mrs. Walt Taylor, 818 S. 4th St.. Carolina Beach 28428 
CARVER'S CRK.-TRINITY: Norma Stevens, Rt. 1, Box 300, Council 28434 

CHADBOURN-EVERGREEN: Clyde Elliott, 312 E. Fourth Ave., Chadbourn 28431 
CLARKTON: Willie Allen, Rt. 1, Box 105B, Elizabethtown 28337 

DUBLIN: Miss Vivian McDowell, Rt. 3, Box 272, Elizabethtown 28337 

ELIZABETHTOWN:TRINITY: Bob Holmes, Rt. 2, Box 761, Elizabethtown 28337 

Clara Holmes, Rt. 2, Box 761, Elizabethtown 28337 
FAIR BLUFF-CERRO GORDO: A. J. Williams, P O Box 225, Fair Bluff 28439 

GARLAND: Hilburn Smith, Rt. 1, Garland 28441 

HALLSBORO: Mrs. Margaret Hicks, Rt. 2, Box 55, Whiteville 28472 

HAMPSTEAD: Harvel A. Horrell, 137 Old Point Rd., Hampstead 28443 

HARRELLS: CENTENARY: Ray Nichols, Rt. 1, Box 6B, Harrells 28444 

LAKE WACCAMAW: Larry Williamson, 601 Robeson Ave., Lake Waccamaw 28450 
OCEAN VIEW: Marge Stuckey, 320 live Oak Dr., Youpon Beach 28465 

OLD DOCK: W. E. Soles, Rt. 4, Whiteville 28472 

RIEGELWOOD: WESLEY: Lillian Justice, Rt. 2, Box 1 1, Rocky Point 28457 

SCOTTS HILL:WESLEYAN CH.: Susie Hamilton.Rt.l,Box 551DD,Wilmington 28405 

Ben DeBlois, 57 Bent Tree, Shalfotte 28459 

Ida Mintz, P O Box 264. Shallotte 28459 

Marlene Garner, Rt. 2, Box 207, Supply 28462 

Tony Hamilton, Rt. 3, Box 154, Supply 28462 

Mrs. Billy Barrow, 114 Frink Dr., Southport 28461 

Phyllis Jamieson, 710 Longleaf Dr., Southport 28461 

Winston Gore, P O Box 592, Tabor City 28463 

Bennie Tripp, Eighth Ave., Surf City 28445 

Bobby Simmons, Rt. 3, Box 749, Elizabethtown 28337 

Donna Simmons, Rt. 3, Box 249, Elizabethtown 28337 

George Sherman, Rt. 2, Box 2725, Burgaw 28425 

Ben Ward, P O Box 489, Whiteville 28472 

Marty Ward, P O Box 489, Whiteville 28472 

Bobby Sessions, Rt. 2, Whiteville 28472 



SEASIDE (BRUNSWICK): 
SHALLOTTE: CAMP: 
SHALLOTTE CIRCUIT: 
SHARON: HOLDEN BEACH: 
SOUTHPORT: TRINITY: 

TABOR CITY: ST. PAUL: 
TOPSAIL ISLAND: 
WESLEY'S CHAPEL: 

WESTVIEW: 
WHITEVILLE: 



WHITEVILLE CIRCUIT: 
WILMINGTON: 

EPWORTH: Myril Garner, 6211 Wrightsville Ave., Unit 131, Wilmington 28403 

FIFTH AVENUE: Bob S. Jenkins, 12 Market St., Wilmington 28401 

GRACE: Mrs. Lucile Whedbee, 2301 Lynnwood Dr., Wilmington 28403 

Christine Boone, 2402 Belvedere Dr., Wilmington 28405 
John Nesbitt, 6242 Trowbridge Dr., Wilmington 28403 
Walt Konkle, 3516 Kirby Smith Dr., Wilmington 28409 
Lee Konkle, 3516 Kirby Smith Dr., Wilmington 28409 
Laura Graham, Rt. 1, Box 166, Bolton 28423 
Debi Hammonds, 238 Yulan Dr., Wilmington 28403 
Olin Beaty, 418 Coblestone Dr., Wilmington 28405 



OLEANDER-DEVON: 
PINE VALLEY: 

ST. JOHN-SMITH: 
SUNSET PARK: 
TRINITY: 



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WESLEY MEMORIAL: "^SQ^^^^^ gg-Ng gjg 

--TSBORO: Bffl^SSp-^ S^ S 

WRIOH^LLE BEACHFran! 1^^^ gjg 

CONRBR^^^ * 416 Gra "^a Dr., Raleigh 27612 

GR: UMW DISTRICT 1 'PR (£k ftSb^^'SP c P a nks,2801 Rothgeb Dr Rale fh 2760Q 
JURIS.CONF DELEGATE ^W^fe 219 Belve dere Dr.,Green^e 27834 

J ^^;x S >? ONF DELEGATE; DrSsfeff Smith 'st.,Climon 2*328 

SAUMM DISTRICT PRES ■ ur ™.L.Bingham 31 17 Leonard St.,Raleigh 27607 

EPISCOPACY COM.CHR.: " Mrs Ruth Cade «* iE Br I ew "j P °Box 23,St!r 27356 
GEN.CONF.DELEGATE- Er«S P' 532 ^ Maryland Dr^Fayetteville 2831 1 

HEALTH & WELFARE CHR ■ Mrs Anna^S,mn?i?r^!J 0ll 'E 0B ^.^land 28383 
gCUMM DISTRICT PRe£ Mr Don cS <u *m H an ^ ter . Dr »Raleigh 27609 

RO:UMM DISTRICT prpc • a^.V> ^rart,516 N.Pembroke Ave.,Ahoskie 27Q1 ft 

RO:UMW DISTRICT PRES"- ^^ri^P ™. p OB<* 1523, Rockir^am 28379 
RMUMW DISTRICT PRES- M^S??? in ^ L %^ *98A,Maxton 28364 

SArDISTRICT LAY LEADER- DrRobert £- F E z, e r .Sr.,21 5 Grace Dr., Wilson 27893 

WI:UMW DISTOICT PRFS mST" Henderson,607 Bessemer C r.,Fayetieville 28301 
JURIS.CONEDELEGAtI ^L H £ g „' a p n f p °Box 654,Wrightsvilie 5 28480 

COSRO W CHAIR: Mr?Re?nii J f r ? me ' 9 ?S, S ^ irs ' S t-.Smithfleld 27577 

FA:UMM DISTRICT f PRES ; : Mr ^'^M^^^ R [:h Bm ^ 1 ^ Ra ^O 27573 
LOUISBURG COLLEGE 'PRF ffri a?. ^ rr,s ' 1 J 309 .EprestViewDr,Fayetteville 28304 
SP.FOR TOMMCAMP CHR ES " i^^^^gl N.Main,Louisburg 27549 

GO:UMW DISTRICT PRES •'* vrJ ^rs.Beth Norns,621 N.Main,Louisburg 27549 

COMMUN.ASSOCX3IR " M? a S or } on ^ **ifori St.,Selma 27576 

ELCC CHR.- Mr« H P . Pn M v W,Ib 1 u ^A orton ' POBox !0955,Raleigh 27605 

BU.DISTLAY LEADER: MrM^el SSS?3?§? SSf S 6 ^' Dr F avetlevi |E 28303 
NB.UMM DISTRICT PRFS Mr *£££*&• Laws Stone Rd.,Hurdle Mills 27541 
RM:UMM DISTRICT PRES '• 'U Jft2 R W' 7 ? ^^1 Rd.,Cove City 28583 

ECDISTRICT LAY LEADFR- m/iPS™ R, P ,e y' POBox ^.Spring Hope 27882 
DU:DISTRICT LAY LEADER- ^f?.?^ 68 '^- 2 ^ ^C-olurX 27925 

RA: UMM DISTRICT PRFS Mr r^~ Mr.Fred Rivers Rt.3,Box 73F,Roxboro 27573 
JURIS.CONF IDET^ATF- M^K^^'^^.Ganhon Ave. ZebStoS 27597 
JURIS.CONF DELEGATE- mi' 6 Robe rts,POBox 3471 ,Morehead City 28577 

GEN.CONF.DELEGATE ' M< M a ™£ J f c™ 6 Rou ^.5505 Nix Rd.,Fayettev7 le 28314 
BU.UMW DISTRICT PRES MsMar & et ^ a t u " ders c ' R ^.Box 724,Elizabeth City 27909 



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NB:UMW DISTRICT PRESMrs.Bobbi Jean Simpson,210 Belle Air St.,Beaufort 28516 
JURIS.CONF.DELEGATE: Mrs.L Jane Smith,41 6 Normandy,Cary 2751 1 

ECUMW DISTRICT PRES.: MrsJuanita Staples,POBox 106,South Mills 27976 

JURIS.CONF.DELEGATE: Mr.Herb Stout,POBox 10955,Raleigh 27605 

GR:UMM DISTRICT PRES.: Mr.Fritz Tanner,1202 N.Bonner,Washington 27889 

METH.RET.HOMES EXEC.DIR.: Mr.L.Amos Tinnell,2616 Erwin Rd.,Durham 27705 
JURIS.CONF.DELEGATE: Mr.Ross E.Townes,101 W.Alton St.,Durham 27707 

JURIS.CONF.DELEGATE: Mrs.Ellis Henry Townsend,304 N.College.Wallace 28466 
HI.ED.& CAMPUS MIN.CHR.: DrJames Vann,808 Inlet View Dr., Wilmington 28403 
JURIS.CONF.DELEGATE: Mrs.Catharine Vick,213 Dunhagan Pl.,Cary 27511 

RA.DISTRICT LAY LEADER: Mr.Thomas Walden,POBox 18832,Raleigh 27619 
GR: DISTRICT LAY LEADER: Mr.Richard Walker.509 E.2nd St.,Washington 27889 
MISSIONS BRD.CHR.: Mrs.Elizabeth Watson,1304 Western Ave.,Rocky Mount 27801 
GB DISCIPLESHIP.GBUMM: Mr.Ernest J.Wendell,1308 Kent St.,Durham 27707 

Youth and Young Adult Members - 1990 Annual Conference 
BU: YOUTH MEMBER: Ms. Kelli Coop, 1417 Arboretum Dr., Chapel Hill 27514 
BU: YOUTH MEMBER: Mr. Ben Young, 1063, Clinton 28328 

BU: YOUNG ADULT MEMBER:Ms.Tisha Barbee,127 Meadowood,Burlington 27215 
DU: YOUTH MEMBER: Miss Valerie Standland, 5609 Spruce, Durham 27712 

DU: YOUTH MEMBER: Kwin Kramer, 6811 Bill Pool Rd., Rougemont 27572 

DU: YOUNG ADULT MEMBER: Mrs. Amy Martin, P O Box 100, Townsville 27584 
EC: YOUTH MEMBER: Donald K. Phillips, P O Box 787, Manteo 27954 

EC: YOUTH MEMBER: 
EC: YOUNG ADULT MEMBER: 

FA: YOUTH MEMBER: Todd Hurley, 313 Kirkwood Rd., Fayetteville 28303 

FA: YOUTH MEMBER: Ann Richardson, 701 N. Main, Raeford 28376 

FA: YOUNG ADULT MEMBER: Roger Pait, Rt. 2, Box 343, Bladenboro 28320 

GO: YOUTH MEMBER: Carolyn Green, Rt. 15, Box 402, Goldsboro 27534 

GO: YOUTH MEMBER: Monica Shuffler, 2007 McMillan Ave., Wallace 28466 

GO: YOUNG ADULT MEMBER:MrsJoAnne Swartz,102 Lewis Dr.,Goldsboro 27530 
GR: YOUTH MEMBER: Matt Brookshire, 112 Riley PI., Washington 27889 

GR: YOUTH MEMBER: David Miller, P O Box $8, SnowTiill 28580 

GR: YOUNG ADULT MEMBER: Charles Plowman, P O Box 182, Stokes 27884 

NB: YOUTH MEMBER: Randy Wall, 1035 Washington Post Rd., New Bern 28560 
NB: YOUTH MEMBER: Miss Christy Warren, 1503 Kimberly Rd., New Bern 28560 
NB: YOUNG ADULT MEMBER: 

RA: YOUTH MEMBER: Carl Allen, 209 Tiffany Cir., Garner 27529 

RA: YOUTH MEMBER: Warren Bevacqua, 409 Latimer Rd., Raleigh 27609 

RA: YOUNG ADULT MEMBER: Henry Jarrett, 3405 White Oak Rd., Raleigh 27609 
RO: YOUTH MEMBER: Matthew Wright, 2805 Cypress Dr., Laurinburg 28352 

RO: YOUTH MEMBER: Tonya McNeil, 1006 Shaw St., Laurinburg 28352 

RO: YOUNG ADULT MEMBER: 

RM: YOUTH MEMBERMiss Jenny Lilliston,4000 Gloucester Dr.,Rocky Mount 27803 
RM: YOUTH MEMBER: Miss LeAnn Flowers, 1307 Lakeside Dr., Wilson 27893 

RM: YOUNG ADULT MEMBER: Ms.Kay Jernigan,2204 Somerset Dr., Wilson 27893 
SA: YOUTH MEMBER: Jodi Young, 2509 John Rosser Rd., Sanford 27330 

SA: YOUNG ADULT MEMBER:Heather Hambrick,540 Shelton Dr.,Aberdeen 28315 
SA: YOUNG ADULT MEMBER: Billy Cole, Box 58, Lemon Springs 28355 

WI: YOUTH MEMBER: Jackie Hunt, P O Box 325, Tabor City 28463 

WI: YOUTH MEMBER: Heather Daniel, P O Box 43, Hamstead 28443 

WI: YOUNG ADULT MEMBER: Edward Davis, Rt. 5, Whiteville 27842 

College Students - 1990 Annual Conference 

DUKE UNIVERSITY: Bonnie Jinnette, 516 N. Jackson St., Goldsboro 27530 

EAST CAROLINA UNIVERSITY: 

LOUISBURG COLLEGE: Carolina Thomas, 107 Trent Shores Dr., New Bern 28562 
METHODIST COLLEGE: Danielle Hargett,Box 12323,Meth.Coll.,Fayetteville 2831 1 
NC CENTRAL UNIVERSITY: y 

NC STATE UNIVER.: Jonathan Jeffries,POBox 22422,Metcalf,NCSU,Raleigh 27607 
NC WESLEYAN COLLEGE: e 

PEMBROKE STATE UNIVERSITY: 
UNC-CHAPEL HILL: Wendy W. Burns, 1204 Shepherd Ave., Laurinburg 28352 

U IN v^~ W ILlYiirN vJ 1 vJIN I 



49 

Diaconal Ministers - 1990 Annual Conference 

FA: DIR.OF MUSIC: D. Anthony Argo, 1700 Fort Bragg Blvd., Fayetteville 28303 
FA: RETIRED: Miss Bernice Ballance, P O Box 247, Lillington 27546 

BU: DIR., CHRISTIAN ED.: Miss Margaret A.Biddle,POBox 2597,Burlington 27216 
BU: DIACONAL MINISTER., EDMs.C.Denise Conner,POBox 728,Chapel Hill 27514 
RM: DIR.OF MUSIC: Mrs. Laura Davenport, P O Box 1423, Wilson 27893 

NB: MINISTER OF ED.: Ms.Brigitte A.Freeman,POBox 1617,Morehead City 28557 
RA: RETIRED: Mr. Robert H. Garrison, 4616 Woodridge Dr., Raleigh 27612 

BU: RETIRED: Mrs. Irene F. Gattis, 2467 Foxwood Dr., Chapel Hill 27514 

WI: PERSON LEAVE: Mr.David M. Hines, 141 Heritage Park Dr., Wilmington 28401 
RA: PROGRAM DIRECTOR: Mr.Robert Huckaby,6624 Lynndale Dr.,Raleigh 27612 
RO: DIR.,MUSIC/ED./YOUTH: Mr. Harold D. Jacobs, Rt. 3, Box 1%, Maxton 28364 
NB: RETIRED: Mrs. Marilyn H. Johnson, 1408 Kimberly Rd., New Bern 28560 

DU: Ms. Sue Ellen Nicholson, 215 N. Church St., Durham 27701 

RA: DIR., CHRISTIAN ED.:Mrs.Mary Jane P.Norton,POBox 840,Nashville,TN 37202 
DU: ASSOC.,CHRIST.ED.: Mrs.Tacoma 0'Connor,1432 Kirkwood Dr.,Durham 27705 
GR: RETIRED: Mrs. Alma W. Offutt, Box 1 143, Kinston 28501 

SA: DIR.OF MUSIC: Mrs. Susan Martin Parker, P O Drawer 1268, Sanford 27330 
BU: Miss Cynthia Diane Powell, 303 N. Main, Graham 27253 

GR: DIR.OF MUSIC: Mrs. Lois H. Stocks, Rt. 3, Box 88, Greenville 27834 

DU: LEAVE OF AB.: Mrs.Carol D.Strange,2014 Southwood Dr.,#4,Durham 27707 
GR: ASSOC, ED./MUSIC: Mr.Stephen w!Vaughn,2000 E.Sixth St.,Greenville 27834 
RO: LEAVE OF ABSENCE: Miss W. Gail Walker, 344 Raleigh St., Hamlet 28345 
RA: DIR.OF MUSIC: Mr. William J. Weisser, 228 W. Edenton St., Raleigh 27603 

GO: DIR,, CHRISTIAN ED.: Mr.Richard J.Williams^lO S.Fourth St.,Smithfield 27577 
GR: RETIRED: Mrs. Leslie C. Womack, 205 Honolula Rd., Vanceboro 28586 



50 

1990-1991 CONFERENCE MEMBERS IN FULL CONNECTION, 
ROLL AND PASTORAL RECORDS OF 

NOTE This was formerly the Chronological Roll and is now alphabetically arranged for greater convenience and 
to provide a listingof the service records of conference members in full connection, both effective and retired. 1 nese 
records include only service in the North Carolina Conference. Please note that serviceyears vary in value and the 
Conference Board of Pensions evaluates each yearofservice m terms of annuity credit. The figures .in the ngnt hand 
column indicate the number of years service under episcopal appointment to the North Carolina Conterence alter 
being received into the Conference. All questions concerningyears applicable to annuity credits should be directed 
to the Board of Pensions. 



~ Appointment 

LP Yrs Not 

NAME Appointment Present First When Ordained Including 

Yrs Relation_Admitted Admitted_Deacon_Elder_LP Yrs 

AARON, CHARLES LYNN, JR. E , Fayetteville 1983 1983 1989 4 

Transf.from Memphis Conf.,1986; Lumberton Circuit,1986; Appointed to Attend I Sch., 1988 

ADAMS, DENNIS MARION^ E Fayetteville 1973 1973 1976 13 

Roanoke Rapids, First Assoc., 1976; Goldsboro, Pine Forest 1978; Campus Minister, Methodist 
College, 198(5: Leave of Absence, 1984; Fayetteville: Camp Ground, Assoc., 1988 

AILLSaOVELL ROY 5 E Wilmington 1959 1959 1961 31 

Lucama-Brietz Memorial, 1959; Providence, 1969; Hamlet-Fellowship, 1964; Pikeville- 
Jefferson, 1969; Wilmington:Pine Valley, 1974; Zebulon, 1977; Durham:Bethany, 1983; 

AtKe^PAUL WESLEY 3 R Charleston, WV 1952 1952 1955 35 

Trans, from W. Va., 1955;Leasburg,1952;Roper,1955;Duke HospitalChaplain,1956,Retired,1987. 
ALEXANDER, FRANKLIN LEE E Fayetteville 1977 1972 1980 12 

Fletcher's Chapel, 1979; Disability Leave, 1981; Leave of Absence, 1982; Ellis Chapel, 1984. 
ALEXANDER,X}AYLE THOMAS R New Bern 1957 1957. 1960 28 

Trans, from Kentucky, 1950; Hebron-Chestnut Ridge, 1956; Trinity, 1962; Webb Avenue-Tnnity, 

1969; Clinical Chaplain, Alamance Co. Mental Health Center, 1972; Retired, 1984. 
ALEXANDER, JOSEPH CULBRETH, Jr. E New Bern 1957 1957 1961 33 

Chapel Hill: Orange^ 1958; Creedmoor, 1960; Chapel Hill: Aldersgate, 1965; Ohio Univ. 

Grad.SchooL 1969; W.Carolina Univ.,Asst.Prof.of Speech Comm.& Rhetoric, 1973. 
ALLEN, DANNY dREGORY 3 E Fayetteville 1974 1974 1977 16 

Bethesda, 1971; Tarboro, St James Assoc., 1972; Franklin, 1973; Franklinton, 1975; 

MtZion, 1977. WendelL 1983; Warsaw, 1987. 
ALLEN, FRANK BRUCE 3 E Fayetteville 1983 1983 1987 7 

Leah's Chapel-Shiloh (LP), 1980; Mattamuskeet 1983; Robersonville, 1987; Littleton, 1990. 
ALLEN, GORDON EDMOND, JR. 7.5 E Durham 1961 1956 1958 29 

Nash Charge, 1953; Seven Spnngs,1956; Providence-Falling Creek, 1957, Currituck, 

1961; South Mills, 1963; Kittreff-Plank Chapel, 1966; Person Street, 1970: Wesley's 

ChapeU972; Center, 1973; Sabbatical, 1974; Harrels, 1975: Midway-Bethlehem, 1977; 

Jerusalem -Zion, 1979; Allensville -Trinity, 1982; Kipling-Cokesbury,1986; Garland, 1988; 

Rich Square-Wodlani_1990. 
ALLRED, SUSAN LUTZ E Fayetteville 1983 1983 1986 7 

Saxapahaw, 1983; Chapel Hill: Aldersgate, 1987. 
ANDREWS, CHESTER JAMES R Greenville 1931 1933 1935 41 

Scotts Hill 1932; Maysville, 1933; Warsaw,1937; Avenue-Fountain Place. 1940; Maxton, 

1945; Chadbourn, 1948; Rosemary, 1949; Robbins, 1953; Ahoskie, 1957; Mount Gilead, 1960; 

Fifth Avenue, 1964; Hertford, 1968; Retired, 1971 
ANDREWS, JOHN CLEVELAND, JR E Rocky Mount 1960 1960 1965 30 

Duke Div. School, 1959; Jerusalem -Zion, 1960; City Road, 1964; Littleton, 1968; Maury-Mt 

Herman, 1970; Hollands, 1975: Elm City, 1980; Northampton, 1984. 
ARMSTRONG, EDWARD PORTER 1 R Wilson 1958 1958 1961 29 

Assoc.. 1955; Waccamaw, 1958: Union Chapel, 1962; Fremont, 1964; Riverside, 1968; 

Riverdale, 1969, Pamlico Parish: Associate, 1976; Retired, 1987. 
ARMSTR6NG, RALPH MARTIN III E Fayetteville 1980 1980 1983 10 

Macon, 1979; GR: Jarvis MemoriaLAssoc., 1982; Eva nsdale -Black Creek, 1986; Jamesville,1988; 

Hookerton, 1988. 
AUMAN. JAMES ALBERT 1 R Elizabeth City 1947 1952 1954 41 

Stem, 1947; Four Oaks. 1947; Fayetteville Circuit, 1951; Camp Ground 1954; Hertford 1956; 

Garner, 1961 .Association of Methodist Colleges, Raleigh, 1964; Highland, 1969; 

Jacksonville: Trinity, 1972; Wilmington District Superintendent, 1975; Henderson: 

First 1981. Graham: First, 1984:Retired, 1988. 
AYCOCK, JOHNNIE DOLPHUS R Elizabeth City 1947 1947 1949 41 

Rocky Mount: First, Assoc. & Ed. Director, 1948: Scotland Neck, 1949; Lumberton Circuit 

1953; Ellerbe,1957; Saxapahaw, 1960; West End,l964; Wilson:Winstead, 1968; Snow Hill:Calvary, 

1973, Havelock:Firstl 975, Warsaw,1977; Fremont,1981; Maxton:StPauU985; Retired,1988. 
BAILEY, JAMES HERBERT 5 E Wilson 1958 i958 1960 32 

South Carolina Cont, 1953; Western NCConf, 1955; Trans. NCConf., 1956; Elm City, 

1956; West Nash, 1961; Weldon, 1965: Chestnut St., 1968; Greenville: Jarvis Memorial, 

1984, Wilmington District Superintendent, 1984; Cary: White Plains, 1987; Wilson: First, 1990. 
BAKER, MILLARD RANDALL E Knoxville.TN 1953 1955 1957 33 

Trans, from Holston Cont, 1956; Glendon, 1956; Haw River, 1957: Pittsboro, 1960; West 

Burlington, 1968; Goldsboro: St Luke, 1974; Wilmington: Wesley Memorial, 1978; Kinston: 

Queen St., 1982; Elizabeth City District Superintendent, 1987. 
BALDRIDGE ROBERT LEE 3 E Greenville 1956 1957 1959 34 

Red Oaks-Yorks Chapel, 1956; Pinetops-Conetoe, 1959; Glenwood 1964; Conway, 1965: 

Macedonia, 1968; Salem, 1973; Coordinator Leadership and Development and Adult Work, 

Conference Council on Ministries, 1974; Wilm: Grace, 1980: Assoc. Dir. Conf. COM 1983; 

Goldsboro: St. Paul, 1985; Rockingham District Superintendent, 1989. 



navtp LP Appointment 

^^ Appointment Present First When fVH,; a t Y P^ ot 

_Yrs_ReUtion_Admi«ted ^e^ctT^e^t?^ 



BAME ROBERT LEE R „ . x . 

BARBOOR, BERRY OTHA « p n .. •.. 



1; Lillington, 
Durham 1953 1953 



1951 1951 



40 



1948 40 



BEESON, GILBERT WARD JR. p r. u 

^ftggae i963; ^ usaf - >«* *&» sgas,wffi j*' m3 * 

SHl^&o^nV 982;E " ,ieM - Ed «".>' 85 ^»»»f?5IS eVi '' e ,98 ° " 80 " 83 8 

B^teS^^^^" 1 ™^"^ 1950 ,955 ,4 

B^^^t^• 1 '' 9 ^ ha "«•• M »»"• & •'^^S"« V o'"Ce,.9l| 8 ' , 198 ° " 84 ' 



52 



" ~ ~" Appointment 

LP Yrs Not 
NAME Appointment Present First When Ordained Including 
Yrs_Relation_Admitted Admitted_Deacon_Elder_LP Yrs 

BLANCHARD, RANDY COY E Fayetteville 1984 1984 1986 6 

Bell Arthur, 1984; Goldsboro: Salem, 1986; Raleigh: Edenton St, Assoc.,1990. 
BLANCHARD, GEORGE FRANKLIN 9 E Fayetteville 1974 1974 1978 16 

SL John's, 1965; Rocky Point, 1966; Bethel-Lebanon, 1967; Harrells, 1968; Rich 

Square, 1%9: Durham: Branson, 1972; Kipling-Cokesbury, 1981; Pinebluff, 1984; Shallofte- 

Camp, 1988; Fayetteville:SLMatthews 1990. 
BLANKENFfoRN, RICHARD ROBERT 7 R Durham 1961 1957 1961 29 

Harlowe-Oak Grove, 1954; Dover Circuit, 1957: Airboro, 1960; Jenkins Memorial, 1965; 

Roseboro, 1971, Edenton, 1977, Mt. Sylvan, 1984; Retired, 1990. 
BLUE JOHN ROBERT 2 E Maryville, Mo. 1952 1955 1956 38 

Trans. Mo. East Conf. , 1950; Vanceboro Circuit. 1954; Trans, to Mo. East Conf., 1956; 

Trans, from Mo. East Conf., St John's , 1958; Princeton, 1959- Salem, 1963; Union Grove, 

1967: Chaplain VA Center, Martinburg, Va., 1968; Chaplain, VA Hospital, 1971. 
BOGGS, CLYDE STEWART R Winchester, Ky. 1934 1936 1938 39 

Trans, from Ky. Conf, 1937; Newport, 1937; Aurora. 1941; Chaplain, USA, 1943; Lakewood, 

1946; Mt Gilead^l951; Haymount 1954; Clinton, 1957; DisL Supt, Wilmington, 1961; 

Steele St,1966: Richlands, 1970; Retired, 1973. 
BOGIE, EDWARD FRANKLIN E Fayetteville 1974 1974 1978 16 

Lee's Chapel-Warren's Grove (SLPU974; DU:Grace,1977; Marrow's Chapell983; DU:Carr, 1985. 
BONE JESSE VIRGIL, SR E Kinston 1962 1962 1964 27 

Salemburg, 1962; Front Street, 1964; Saxapahaw, 1966; Fuquay-Varina, 1970' Emmanuel, 1976; 

Trans. Olc Conf, 1978;Trans. to NCConf.,1979; Winstead,I979; Burlington:Davis St,1983; 

Wilmington: Trinity, 1988. 
BOONE DANIEL CLIFTON 6 R Rocky ML 1943 1944 1945 26 

Walstonburg, 1937; Robersonville, 1938; Little Ct, 1942; Person St., 1945- Bynam, 1946; 

Garland, 1948; Dover 1949; Pink Hill, 1950; Pinetops, 1953; Bladen, 1955; Moncure, 1958; 

Norman, 1961; West End, 1963; Halifax, 1964; Stokes, 1968; Retired, 1968. 
BOONE PAUL WENDELL E Harrisonburg, VA 1956 1956 1958 33 

Transferred from VAConf.,1957; Dublin, 1957; Lake Wacca maw, 1959; Carthage, 1963; Christ, 

1969; Trinity,1970; Whiteville,1974; Rocky Mount:Englewood, 1979; Roxboro;Long Mem.,1982; 

Morehead City: First, 1988. 
BOONE, SIDNEY GRANT R Durham 1941 1943 1945 36 

Sandy Cross, 1941; Robersonville, 1945; Clark St, 1948: Norlina, 1951; Wendell, 1955; 

Williamston, 1959; Asbury, 1964; Dunn: Divine St., 1968; WI: Trinity, 1973; Retired, 1977. 
BOSTICK, JOSEPH KENT R Goldsboro 1945 1947 1949 42 

Marvin, 1945: Kenh/, 1947; Seaboard, 1951; Ellerbe, 1952; Lyon Memorial, 1955; Webb 

Avenue, 1958; Wesley Memorial, 1962; Mount Olive, 1966: Siler City: First 1968; MtSyh/an, 

1971- Fayetteville:Christ,1975, Rose HilU978; Carthage,1^80;Knightdale,1984;Retired:i987. 
BOWDEN, REUBEN LAWRENCE JR E AL-W.FL 1982 1982 1988 8 

Transf. from AL-W.FL Conf, 1986; Mt Sylvan, Assoc., 1986; Durham: Pleasant Green, 1990. 
BOWMAN, DANIEL DWIGHT 2 E Goldsboro 1967 1967 1969 23 

Moncure, 1964; Sea board, 1967: Mihvaukee,1972; Rainbow,1977; City Road,1979; Gatesville,1984. 
BOYETTE, LINWOOD CLAYTON 3 E Fayetteville 1974 1974 1978 16 

Lovejoy-Macedonia, 1971; South Camden, 1977; Morehead City: Franklin Memorial, 1979; 

Robersonville, 1982: Weldon, 1986; Bethel-Lebanon. 1990. 
BOYKIN, WILLIAM ALTON E Fayetteville 1982 1982 1984 8 

Hightower, 1982- Efland, 1985: Goldsboro: St Paul, Assoc., 1989. 
BRADLEY, DAVID GILBERT R Long BeachCA 1939 1941 1948 36 

Duke University. Dept of Religion, Asst Prof, 1949; Assoc. ProC 1959; Full Prof., 

1970: Retired, 1981. 
BRADSHAW, FRANCIS CONNOR E Greenville 1963 1963 1966 27 

Cedar Grove 1964; Bonlee, 1966; Rocky Mt:First Min. of Ed ,1968; Elizabeth City: 

City Road, 1971; Raleigh: Pleasant Grove, 1977: Wilmington: Grace, 1983; Smithfield: 

Centenary, 1988. 6 

BRADY WILLIAM HERMAN R Fayetteville 1939 1939 1941 6 

Ocracoke-Portsmouth, 1939; Vancesboro, 1941; Stedman, 1945; Voluntary Location, 1946; 

West End (LP) 1946. Old Hundred (LP), 1954; Readmitted, 1982; Retired, 1982. 
BRANCH, JOHNNY HOBBS E Fayetteville 1976 1976 1979 14 

Elizabeth City: Pasquotank, 1973; Calvary, 1974; Mt. Zion, 1978; Smith, 1983; Concord, 1988 
BRASWELL,KERMITLEE E Durham 1961 1961 

Verona, 1960; GilburgCha 

1969; Kinston: Queen " 



Charge 1961; Knightdale, 1964- Fremont, 1968; Raleigh: Westover, 
St, 1975; Dist. Superintendent Elizabeth City, 1980; Raleigh: 



Haves-Barton, 1984; Assist, to the Bishop, 1986. 
BRASWELL, WILLIAM EDWARD 1 E Fayetteville 1979 1972 1981 

Union Grove 1971; Leave of Absence. 1974, Discontinued, 1976; Readmitted, 1979; Assoc., 

Jacksonville: Trinity, 1979; Cordova, 1981; Snow Hill: Calvary Mem., 1985; Washington: 

First 1989. ' 6 

BROADWELL, ALAN RAY E Fayetteville 1980 1980 1982 

Roanoke Rapid: First Assoc., 1979; Rocky Mount Parish, 1981; Rainbow, 1984; Kinston: Queen 

St Min.of Disc ,1989. 
BROOKS, REX EUGENE E Fayetteville 1974 1974 1984 

Mt Pleasant-Grove-ChapeL 1974; Salem, 1976; LA 1977; Disc., 1978; Cobb Circuit (FL), 
n 1 r?AU,?, e ^ d .7 1 riU?i PN i 198 - Pinetops-Hart, 1985; Durham: Bethany. 1988. 
BROWN, CHESTER DARROLL R Greensboro 1951 1952 1953 

S£? d S n \ 195 . 1; B J? nson - 1955- Havelock: First 1958; Laurel HilL 1960; West Burlington, 

1963; Bethesda, (Fairmont), 1968; Vass, 1970; Trinity, 1975; Go: Pine Forest 1980; 

Salem, 1984; Disability Leave, 1986; Retired, 1987. 



53 



LP 



Appointment 

NAME Appointmjiit Present First When Ordained Incline 

_Yrs_Relation_Admitted Admitted_Deacon Elder LP Yrs 

40 



BROWN, JAMES COLLINS PARKER R Kinston 1950 1950 1952 

Saxapahaw, 1950; Pirtsboro,1954; FALyon MemoriaL1958; WLSunset Park,l%2; Williamston 
1966; Kinston: Westminister 1971; Morehead City: First, 1975; Rockingham First, 1979 
d^™?™ SSS??&K^l 1 l4 e v^ 1983; Wilmington: Wesley Memorial 1989; Retired, 1990. 
BROWN, PHILLIPSHERMAN E So.New Jersey 1973 1960 1962 16 

DD^SfJfeTSKS 1 . 9 ??? Emc - Dir ' Sp* 000 *' Home for Aging, Southern Pines, 1973. 
BROWN, RALPH ALAN E Fayetteville 1980 1980 1983 10 

Williston, 1980; Greenville:Assoc.,St James,1982; Greenville:Hoh/ Trinity 1984 
BROWN, SAMUEL HOYT 3 E Va. Beach, Va 1959 1959 1961 31 

Trans, from Va., 1959; Franklin Memorial. 1962; Queens Creek-Oak Grove, 1964 Wellons 
Village, 1966j Kipling-Cokesbury, 1967; Maxton: St Paul 1971 -Gardners, 1976; Hope 
J&rCL^y££3&&?$?£j 1?? 2; New Bern: Trinit ^ 1986, Raleigh: Longview, 1990. 
BROWN, VERNON WEAVER III E Fayetteville 1987 1987 1990 

Holly Springs (SL), 1984; Bell Arthur (SL), 1986; Tabernacle (PM), 1987; Union (PM) 
1988- Garland, 1990. K ' 

BROWN, WESLEY FREELAND E Fayetteville 1974 1974 1977 16 

Student, 1974; Hayes Barton, Assoc., 1976; Moncure, 1978; Sp. Appt, Dir. Dev & Alumni 
Affairs, Duke Div. Sch., 198Z 
BROWNING PAULCASTO 3 R Buckhanon,WV 1953 1954 1956 35 

Trans, from W. Va. Cont, 19;>3; Burlington Circuit 1953; Wrightsville Beach. 1956- 
rJS^U?? 1 ^ I960; Trinity Fairmont, 1961; LongMemorial-Roxboro, 1965; Trinity-Jacksonville 
1969; WilmingtonTYinity, 1972; Morehead CiryTFirst, 1973; Adm, Wesley Manor, 1975; Adm 
Harrison House,1981;Adm.,Meridian Nurs.Ctr.,1984;Adm/CEO,Ravenswood Vill.Care Ctr 1986- 
Retired, 1988. 
BROWNLEE, DAVID EDWARD E Fayetteville 1977 1977 1979 13 

St MarkvAssoc. 1977; Asbury, 1979; Exec.Sec.,New Church Dev.,GBGMNatl.Div 1987- 
Durham: Trinity, 1988. 
BRUNSON JESSE 5 E Fayetteville 1983 1983 1987 7 

M S ^on-Walls ChapeL 1978; Philadelphia-Cool Spring, 1982; Granville-Vance, 1983; 
Raleigh: Wilson Temple. 1987. 
BR YAK JAMES LAWSON E Kinston 1962 1962 1965 28 

Asst, Trinity, I960- Rock CreeL 1961; Silk Hope, 1962; Efland, 1965; Chaplain, US Army, 
nl^AK^W^.I L L c L ,^\',X 9 v? ,; Go,dsboro: Sa'em, 1982; Kenry-Buckhorn,1984; Roanoke,1988. 
BR YANT, CHARLES VERNON 1 E Wilmington 1959 1959 1961 28 

T I^ s i rom °. h, ° Cont,1958; Broadway, 1958; Grace,l%3; Lillington, 1968; Gardner: First 
1970; Chapel Hill: University, 1974; Fayetteville: Hay St, 1978; Limberton: Chestnut 
1988 et Ah i ki P i^ P ° Ult " Leadership Dev. and Adult Coord., 1982; Raieigh:StMarks, 

BRYANT, JERRY ABBOTT 1 E Fayetteville 1976 1976 1978 14 

n ?ff3^£K£HV,J?2£i S P nn £ H °P e ' l971 > Bu: SL Pauk > 1980 i Carthage, 1988. 

BUNDY ROBERT FRANCE ^ E tiew Be™ 1957 1957 1960 33 

Trans, from Ky. Cont, 1957; Swan Quarter-Fairfield, 1957; Riverside, 1961: Princeton, 1966; 
oPtv^o^,^?, 70 ;^' 11 ^ 011 ' 1976 ; Jacksonville:Northwoods, 1980; Robbins:Tabernacle i 1987. 
B U NN aPAULGRaVS0N 1 E fayetteville 1955 1956 1959 35 

L r ?I Cir ^ ui y^ 55 ri Carver's Creek, 1958; BD of Missions: Congo, 1959, Bethesda, 1962; 
Millbroot 1968; Rockingham: First 1971; Fayetteville, HaymoW 1975; Rocky Mount: 
r, F K5kl 98 ^ Adm >n- Methodist Retirement Home, 1983; Southern Pines, 1990. 

BURGESS, ROY OLIVER R FL 1958 1958 1962 12 

mTnNQmB uJsi^+^WSte* 1 ?? 1 New Hope-Woodland, 1978; Atlantic, 1980; Retired, 1985. 
BURNSIDE, HOBART WILLIAMJR E Fayetteville 1971 1962 1964 19 

New Hope-Purley, 1971; Carver's Creek, 1972; Wesley Heights, 1975; Clinton Circuit 1976; 
Spnng-Garysbury, 1980, Milwaukee, 1983; Norman, 1988. 
B ] L^RRUFTJ$ERN^III E Fayetteville 1980 1980 1983 9 

D ^^ k K, e VX 9 ,§S9r e ^ e JI' 1984;Rock y Mt:FirstAssoc.,1985;Goldsboro:New Hope.1987; LaGrange,1987. 
BUTSON, JOHN DAVID LA MN 1972 1972 T975 11 

TjSS s -, from Minn - 197? ; Beech Grove, 1977; Hamlet: Fellowship, 1980; St.John -Gibson, 
1983: Leave of Absence, 1988. 
BYERS, LEONARD CECIL, JR E Fayetteville 1971 1971 1976 19 

n B / U o r, A ng I < ? n A§V,tHfe 197 }i Chaplain, Va - 1975 ; Chaplain, Cleveland Mem. Hospital, 1976. 
BYRD, ALBERT DEWrrf.JR' F £ Kinston 1950 1955 1956 40 

Capers Creek, 1950^ Stedman 1953. Person St, 1955; Plymouth, 1958, Whiteville, 1%2; 
T ^X :T "P lrv - 1966 ; G race . 197 0; Weldon, 1971; Raleigh: Millbrook, 1974; Clinton: First 
1977; Elizabeth City: First 1981; Henderson: First 19X4; Kitty Hawk, 1987; Beaufort: 
Ann St, 1989. 
BYRD, DOUGLAS LEON 3 E Rocky Mt 1960 1960 1962 30 

Candor, 1957; Carolina Beach: St Pauls, 1960; Mt Sylvan, 1964; Siler City: First 1971; 
d^J^v 1 ? 1 £?." Str eetl975; RalChildren's Home,1981:ExVP,UM Foundation,Inc.,1985. 
B J¥ ) ' NATHAN HOOKS FJ Richmond, Va. 195$ 1960 1%2 32 

F £ d £ ra Po>nt, 1952; Andrews-Soapstone, 1956; Trans, to Va. Cont, 1957; From Va. Cont 
1959; Newland-Grace, 1959- Asbury-Pineview, 1963; Glendale Heights, 1964; Carrboro, 1968; 
Ahoskie, 1973; Goldsboro: St Luke, 1978; Sp. Apptmt, Dir. Pub. ReL, Meth. Ret Homes, 

CAMERON, ANGUS MCKAY E Brookland.NY 1951 1951 1953 39 

Trans, from N.Y. East Cont, 1954; Mattamusket 1954; Northhampton, 1960; Evansdale- 
^B^^ Creek 1966; Fayetteville: St Andrews, 1969; Candor, 1975; Goldston, 1981. 
CAMERON.HUGH HARRIS E Kinston 1962 1962 1964 28 

Pinetops, 1964; Rocky Mount:First 1966, West End, 1968' Chapel Hill: Amity, 1971; 

Councfl on Ministries Staff. 1976; Mt Sylvan, 1980; Smithfield: Centenary, 1984; 

Fayetteville: Hay Street 1988. 



54 



" Appointment 

LP Yrs Not 

NAME Appointment Present First When Ordained Including 

Yrs_Re la tionAd m itted Adm itted_Deacon_Elder_LP Yrs 

CAMPBELL, CURTIS WILLIAM 2 E Fayetteville 1979 1979 1981 11 

Norlina^lW: Burlington: Grace, 1982; Raleigh: Pleasant Grove, 1987. 
CAMPBELL DENNIS MARION E Fayetteville 1968 1968 1974 17 

Durham: Trinity, 1973: Assist Prof, and Chairman DepL of Religion, Converse College, 

1974: Dir., Cont Ed., Duke Divinity, 1979; Dean, Duke Divinity School, 1983. 
CAMPBELL J ERRV DEAN E Greenville 1970 1970 1973 6 

Attend Sch., 1970: AsstLib., Iliff Sch.of Theo., 1972; Transfer to Rocky Mtn. Conf.,1974; 

Transfer from N.Texas, 1986; Vice Provost for Lib.Affairs,Librarian,Duke Univ.,1986. 
CAPPS, CLINGMAN CARTER 2 DL Wilmington 1959 1959 1961 31 

Pittsboro, 1957; Haw River, 1961; Murfreesboro, 1965; Sanford. Jonesboro, 1971; 

Richlands, 1973; Snow Hill, 1977; Havelock:First, 1981; Disability Leave, 1984. 
CARDEN, BILLY MCCOY E Durham 1961 1961 1963 29 

Maybrook-Massey, 1961; New Sharon, 1963; Concord-Oak Grove, 1964; St. Matthews, 1969; 

Durham- St Paul, 1970; Roanoke Rapids: Rosemary, 1974; Kinston: Westminister, 1977; 

Murfreesboro, 1980; Ayden, 1984; Wflliamston, 1989; Stedman: Cokesbury, 1990. 
CARSON, WILLIAM ERIC E Belfastlreland 1960 1960 1960 16 

Trans, from Irish Cont, 1974; Dir. Fayetteville Urban Ministries, 1974; Fayetteville: 

Culbreth Memorial, 1977; RaleighTnnity, 1980; Fairmont, 1984; Durham:Duke Memorial, 1987. 
CARTER THEODORE VON S E Fayetteville 1968 1958 1970 22 

Sanford Circuit. 1965; Granville -Vance, 1967; Raleigh: Wilson Temple, 1972; Laurinburg: 

Galilee, 1983: Raleigh: Cokesbury, 1987. 
CHAFFiN, JAMES CLAUDE R Rocky Mt 1943 1944 1945 45 

Louisburg Circuit, 1943; Swan Quarter, 1945; Murfreesboro, 1947; Perquimmons, 195L Rich 

Square, 1952; Duke's Chapel, 1954; Robbins, 1958; Carrboro, 1962; Mt. Gilead, 1964; Selma 

1969; Plymouth, 1970; Raleigh: Trinity, 1973- Hope Mills, 1975: Southport 1978; 

Raleigh: Wesley Memorial, 1982; Rehoboth-Harris Chapel, 1984; Salem (Person Co.), 1986; 

Retired, 1989. 
CHANDLER DANIEL ROSS E Rocky Mt 1960 1960 1968 24 

Attend Sch., I960; Assoc. Pastor. Chicago,IL 1965; Attend Sch., 1967; AsstProf., MI, 1970; 

AsstProtBaruch College,City Univ.of NY,l971;Rutgers Univ 1 ,1977;Prof.,NY Instof Tech.,1987. 
CHANDLER, GEORGE PATTERSON E Pulaski, TN 1958 1961 1961 32 

Trans, from Tenn. Conf, 1958: Student, Emory Univ., 1959; Instructor. Methodist College 

1963; Student: Emory University. 1966; Professor, Columbia College, 1967; Student, Union 

TheogolicaL 1975; Columbia Coil., Prot, 1981. 
CHEEK, WILLIAM HOYT R Raleigh 1954 1954 1954 31 

Union, 1954: Jefferson, 1957; Glenwood -Trinity, 1958; Seaboard, 1961; South River, 1965; 

Conway, 1968: Roanoke Circuit, 1969; Belmont, 1971; Lemon-Springs, 1978; Rojc Longhurst, 

1980: Salem, i982; Retired, 1985. 
CHEEZEM CLYDE BURTON 1 E Rocky Mt 1966 1958 1961 23 

(Ridgeville, 1956; Bethel-Ebenezer.1961; South Aynor, 1963;) South Camden, 1965; Havelock: 

Cherry Point, 1972; Old Dock, 1975; Leave of Absence, 1978; Snead's Ferry: Carrol's Chapel, 

1980, "Morehead City: Franklin Mem., 1987. 
CHERRY, CORBIN LEE E Durham 1961 1961 1963 29 

Bath,l%3:Jeffereon,1965;Chapl.,1968;Chapl.USA,1971;ChapLtoNISA,1974;Chapl.VAMed.Qr.,1984. 
CHRISMON, HAROLD McELROY, SR. 7 E Chapel Hill 1969 1967 1971 21 

Union-Newbegun, 1962; Snead's Grove-Tabernacle, 1966; Elm City, 1973; Raleigh: Trinity, 

1975; Vass, 1980; Hope Mills, 1985; Lillington, 1990. 
CHRISTIAN, ROBERT STONE E Northern NJ 1962 1962 1964 

Transf.from NNJ, 1990, Prof., Methodist College, 1990. 
CLARKE WILLIAM THOMAS E Memphis 1959 1961 1964 29 

New Bern Circuit, 1957; Assoc., Washington, 1961: Hebron-Roper, 1962; Kinston Circuit, 

1963; Bethel, 1965; Kenansville-Woodland, 1967; Disability Leave, 1970; Elizabeth City: 

Riverside, 197L Disability Leave, 1972; Pink Hilt 1973; New Bern: Riverside, 1977; 

Burlington: St Pauls, 1978; Tyrrell, 1981;Wanchese:Bethany,1982; Hatteras, 1987; 

Old Dock, 1988- Chadbourn-Evergreen, 1990. 
CLAYTON, RICHARD THOMAS^ 1 E Fayetteville 1984 1984 1988 6 

Wilson: First Assoc., 1983; Rocky Mt: St Paul, 1986. 
CLEMENTS, WILLIAM EARL E Fayetteville 1974 1974 1976 17 

Gaston, 1973- Caledonia, 1976; CresweU, 1979; Rockingham: Glenwood, 1983; Perquimans, 1985. 
CLIFT, DAVID SPENCER E Fayetteville 197? 1974 1977 16 

Student 1974; Orange, 1976; Kinston: Westminster, 1985; Tarboro: St James, 1989. 
CLINE JOHN MAXWELL .50 R Henderson 1946 1946 1948 42 

Duplin Circuit, 1945; Bynum Charge, 1948; Durham: Bethany, 1952; Beaufort: Ann Street, 

1957; SilerCity: First, 1961; Raleigh: Fairmont, 1964; Burlington: Front Street, 

1970; Rocky Mt, District Superintendent, 1974; Raleigh: Highland, 1980; Retired, 1988. 
CLIVE, MARY ALENE E Tayetteville 1984 1984 1989 6 

Attend Sch., 1984; NC Mem.Hosp.CPE Res., 1985; Broadway, 1986; Bladen, 1987; 

Mt Sylvan, Assoc.^ 1990. 
CLYBURN, MARGARET CLAIRE E Durham 1986 1986 1989 4 

Student 1986 Raleigh: Benson Mem., Assoc., 1987; Chaplain, Methodist College, 1989. 
COBB, JR., ARNOLD GENE E Fayetteville 1981 1981 1986 9 

Raleigh: Layden Memorial, 1981; Norlina, 1983; Rocky MtParish, 1987; Graham: 

Christ-Cedar Cliff 1990. 
COILE JAMES HENRY 4 E Goldsboro 1967 1967 1970 21 

Kenhy, 1963- Lucama, 1963; Bethiehem-Shady Grove, 1966; Oriental (Pamlico Parish),1970; 

Trenton, 1971: Hubert 1976; Hebron, 1977; GO: Providence, 1980; Carrboro, 1988. 
COLE LISA ANN BROWN E Fayetteville 1985 1985 1988 5 

Appointed to Attend Sch., 1985; Wilson: First, Assoc., 1986; Lemon Springs, 1989. 



Lp Appointment 
Appointment Present Firs. When Ordained Inchld&S 
Yrs_Relation_Admitted Admitted Deacon Elder LP Yrf 



OOLLINS, THOMAS ASA E r^:, 



03MVroN , ^pHEN S ^fARLES ent ' ^ ASSU ° ^ f ° f B""' Ch.pklk^^^L 1*9. 
^^^S'gJSge.t.-l Ridge, ^^(Kn^unty) S- d'rf 1%1 

St Francis, 1983- Team Ldr, Vitalization Prefect, 1989 ^ rerson ""'■•y). '980, Cary. 

CONNOR, WILLIAM OLIVER } 6 R New Ben, 1QS7 ,o« (au 

m-5 a N U ^ eU , 951 ^ ar ^ en S! rcuit ' J? 53 :. 8 *""! 1957rSalembuT/l958 Ebenizer Wesiood 1956 

8| H^eOfes^ 

^ EHSS^Y. Cont, South Milk, 1957 N^sTi^s 1963- IS ^ ^ 
COP^ ^^lJAL 3 E H00ker,0n ' 19?6; He&0rd ' ^^S^ui^R^dl^. 
^^TScl?ora A 1978;Dover<:iarks,1989 E Fa y et,evi " e ^ 1978 1980 

SS^w E Fayetteva,e 1%8 1%8 197 ° 

C ^^N G ,^^. LL J A ¥feokAs)lI_ _ E Fayetteville 1974 1974 1977 



COVINGTON, j6hNQUINTON, JR. E Favetteville 19Xn io*r 

COX^RICT^LE^ 



uuKe unrv !; iy64. ' — ' i— — - ~- — . uk, 

c£V«rl988 E Fayettev'ille 1988 1988 1990 

lgrSsrf~'- k ^' 5 '--»»^-»-- ,958 ,96 ' y 

CRIBB, JERRY WAYNE E Favetteville 19X3 IQM iok 

WaWonburg, 1936. Cantore, 1937; Liffingloo, 1938, M««L «3W™. l»§Bn,I2! 194 ° " 5 

iS^TR^sr 1,55; ^ i%0; ^ ** ^SoSi, 8 "" 80 "' 

C EE#i^--'-^, h e 1 - L i b „ „ E ,98 5 fSS, M; S. - '- « 

CROW, WILLIAM ADDISON 50 R New Bern lOVi io« io^n 

Ocracoke, 1936, Grimesland, 1939; Richland, 1941; Elizabethtown 1949 Warrenton 195? 33 
CROWdTr'wII^IAM^aV^ SL Johns -6ibson, 1967; Retired' 1969' Warren,0n ' 1954 ' 

tKUWUbR, WILLIAMRANKIN 2 R Greenville 1948 1QS1 io« in 

l^^Z%^?^?&°^T^ W^S£$$ rMemorial 1 ! 9 ^; Wa^w, ^ 3? 

cawffi;v^ Goidsboro:Dani *ria im i 95 3 i 95 5 19 « 

E&rfSffiiSSBBym^W 195 r^ ; **« Silk > ^ m o„cure Charge' 1%1 9 ; 5 N.C 1956 35 

K,iJimSr i S 2 , £ nt . Boston Univ. School of Theology, 1969; Roanoke Ct 

Sa 7 em^985 ke 9? red 1989 * ^ R °* d ' 19??: M ° Unt Zi °"' ™ 9; Durham: ^1984; 

CK.UTgHFI^LD GIL'BERf WESLEY R RockvMt 1943 1943 iQdS in 

£2»,™'K^ C'^'.'y R ?^ 19 5°; Fayetteville: Christ, 1960; Roanoke Rapi, J 



pids: 
1972 



AJMM1NGS, SIMEON DUFRENE E Faveriewlle 1978 197R iqju 

f9Tl b Snot h ^ l V Plea r Mn, ^°o^ »*\DI*. 1979; Atte„d F Sc y h. ne i980; Aberdeen: Lighthouse 1984 

^AHnrftat^ Lumberton: Bran R ch st - sk*-* ^irL ,*, 

-UMMINGS, WILLIAM EDWARD ' 3 E Favetteville 1980 1980 1QM 



56 



Appointment 

LP Yrs Not 

Appointment Present First When Ordained Including 

Yrs Relation Admitted Admitted Deacon_Elder_LP Yrs 



CUSHMAN, ROBERT EARL R Genessee Conf. 1939 1938 1940 40 

Trans, from Genessee Conf., 1950; ProtDuke Univ. Divinity School, 1950; Retired, 1979. 
CYR, RONALD DALE E Fayetteville 1971 1971 1975 19 

Core Creek, 1972; Stokes, 1974; Student, ECU, 1974; Shady Grove, 1976; Caswell Center, 

1981. 
DANEK, THOMAS ARNOLD E Kinston 1962 1962 1964 28 

Wynnwood Park, 1966; Student UNC-CH, 1969; Dir., Union Co. Mental Health Center, 1971; 

Admin., Juvenile Div., 1975. 
DANIEL DAVID ESON E Burlington 1964 1964 1966 26 

Louisburg College, 1963; Vice-President Louisburg College, 1972; Student Grad. School, 

NCSU, 1973; Isothermal College, 1975; Pres. Wilkes Coram. College, 1981; Pres., NC 

Community College Fdn., 1989! 
DANIEL MARVIN FRANCIS E Fayetteville 1979 1979 1982 11 

Calvary, 1979; Hampstead, 1983. 
DANIELS, FRANKLIN DELANO E Virginia 1960 1960 1963 29 

Trans, from Va. Conf, 1963; Methodist Home for Children, 1963, Chaplain, USA, 1967. 
DAVIDSON, BARNEY LEE R W.TX 1949 1949 1951 35 

Trans, from West Texas Conf, 1950; North Mount, 1950; Cary: First, 1954; Morehead: 

First, 1959; Dist Supt.,1963; Goldsboro: St. Paul, 1967; Wilson: First, 1975; DisL 

SupL, Burlington, 1978; Retired, 1984. 
DAVIS, ELDRICK RAY E Fayetteville 1984 1984 1988 6 

Philadelphia-Cool Springs. 1988; Fayetteville. Harry Hosier, 1989. 
DAVIS, GERRY GERARD E Fayetteville 1976 1976 1979 14 

West Halifax, 1975; Conway, 1977; Pikeville-Mt. Carmel, 1982; Hamlet: Fellowship, 1987; 

Stantonsburg, 1989. 
DAVIS, HERBERT CHARLES 8 E Durham 1972 1966 1978 15 

Shady Grove 1964; Red Oak-Yorks,1965; Stonewall/Pamlico Parish, 1967, Pamlico Parish, 1970; 

Gatesville, 1971; Edgecombe/Pinetops-Conetoe, 1973; Havelock: First 1977; Williamston: First, 

1981; Edenton, 19841 Newport: St James, 1985; Murfreesboro, 1988; Pleasant Hill 1990. 
DAVIS, HERMAN FRED R Kinston 1950 1950 1951 39 

Pembroke, 1951: Fair Bluff, 1954; Elizabethtown, I960: Retired, 1989. 
DAVIS, MICHAEL AYERS £ Fayetteville 1976 1976 1980 14 

Temperance Hall-McKendree, 1977; Assoc., Rockingham: First, 1979; Northgates, 1980; 

Moyock, 1984, Franklinton, 1986. 
DAVIS, WOODY LYNN E Fayetteville 1980 1980 1982 9 

Kinston: Queen St, Assoc., 1980; Rocky Mt: Northside, 1982; Evansdale-Black Creek, 1984; 

Student Asbury Theo.Sem., 1986; Appointed to Attend Sch., 1988. 
DEHART, MURRY LEE JR- E Wilmington 1959 1959 1960 31 

Union Methodist Church, 1959; Northgates Charge, 1961; Shallotte: Camp, 1963; Sunset 

Park, 1967; Saxapahaw, 1970; Pittsboro: First, 1974; Rockingham: Pee Dee, 1979; Pine tops, 

Conetoe, 1981; Raleigh: St Marks.Assoc., 1983; Raleigh: Wesley Memorial, 1989. 
DESROSJERS, NORMAN ALFRED R Wilmington 1951 1951 1951 38 

Butner Meth. Church, 1949; Chaplain, John Umstead Hospital, 1951; Walnut-Grove-Carr, 

1958; Supt NC. Alcoholic Rehab. Center, Butner, 1959; N.C Alcoholic Rehab. Center, 

Black Mountain,1977;Psych.,SCDeptMent.Hea.,1979;Med.Dir.,Greenville,SCMentHea.Ctr., 

1986, Retired, 1989. 
DICKENS. JAN JOHNSON E Fayetteville 1976 1976 1980 14 

Harrellsville, 1973; Eno-Palmers Grove, 1975; New Hope, 1979; Chaplain, USAF, 1982. 
DILLMAN, LEWIS ALBERT R Durham 1953 1953 1956 32 

Camp Glen(Now St Peter's), 1953; Trenton, 1954; Garber, 1959; Pine Forest, 1964; St 

Paul (Assoc.), 1968; Conway, 1969; Hebron, 1975; Scotland Neck, 1977; Hatteras, 1983; 

Retired, 1985. 
DIXON, SAMUEL WILLIAMS, JR. E Fayetteville 1974 1974 1976 16 

Sneads Ferry, 1975; Durham Parish, 1979; Swepsonville, 1980; Durham: Calvary, 1984; 

Swansboro, 1988: Assoc.Dir., CCOM 1990. 
DODSON, JERRY STEPHEN E Fayetteville 1974 1974 1978 16 

Union Grove, 1974, Salem, 1977; New Hope, 1982; Burlington: Grace, 1987. 
DODSON, LEWIS HARDIE R High Point 1953 1955 1958 30 

Trans, from Florida Conf, 1960; StonewalL1960; Mt Pleasant, 1963; Mamers, 1964; 

Institute, 1966; Sabbatical Leave, 1967; Poilocksville, 1968: Sandhills, 1969; Wrightsboro, 

1971; Center, 1974; Disability Leave, 1976' Sharon, 1978; South Camden, 1979;Terquimmons, 

1981, Whiteville Center, 1982; Retired, 1983. M 

DODSON, SAMUEL GORDON, JR 1 R Burlington 1952 1955 1959 31 

Wesley Ct, 1951; Moncure, 1953; Radford Coll., Wesley FDN (Special Appt), 1954; Trans. 

to Ala. Conf. 1958- Trans, from Florida Conf, 1965; Norman Charge, 1966; Durham: 

Parkwood, 1969; Durham: St Paul, 1974; Rockingham: First, 1977; Leave of Absence, 1978; 

Goldston, 1979; Leave of Absence, 1981; Retired; 1984; Readmitted, 1987; Seaboard, 1987; 

Retired, 1989. 
DOUCETTE, LEONARD FRANK E Fayetteville 1975 1975 1968 15 

Student,1975; Poilocksville, 1977; Hollands, 1980; Assoc.Edenton St.,1981; Rose HilL 

1984; Durham: Parkwood, 1989. 
DRAPER, HOWARD DENNIS, JR E Raleigh 1965 1965 1969 24 

Attend Sch., 1965: Mamers, 1967; Star, 1970; Alcoholism Counselor, Halifax 

Co. Mental Health Center, 1973; Hawkins-Tabor, 1988. 
DULANEY, EARL GEORGE E KY 1971 1971 1975 16 

Transfer from KY.1974; Leesburg-Salem, 19"M; Burlington: Grace, 1978; Benson, 1982; Bethel, 1986. 



57 



ip Appointment 
Appointment Present First When Ordained InSd^g 
irs__Kelation_Admitted AdmittedDeacon Elder LP Yrs 



DUNN, CLYDE HUGH E Wilmineton 1951 ios? io« 

ftBSSJSk* ** Vo% 9^°°' L 956; ^ionary ,0 SSS 9 ; RedSprin, : 952 1953 
Lc&Jille TrinTl990 ; "^ 1981; AssOC Dir ^ C ° H Missio " s ' ™' 

DUTTON, JOHN HENRY. JR. E Favetteville 1978 1978 10R9 

Attend.Brite Div.Sch 197^,Troy CircuiU980;Wrightsboro,1984 ; y Coharie Mission 1986; 1982 
Leave of Absence, 9/1/86; Cumnock, 1989. 

EAKIN, CHARLES FRANCIS R Roanoke Va 19SR loss ioa/i 

Town Creek, 1958; Rocky Point, 1962; Trans, to Va. Co\,f., 19^4? Trans from Va Conf 1% ° 

^h o" e ^ C R apeL J H 5: ^ r °fe L 96 ^ Be«>jel-L€bano B , 1969; North ha mJioM&O; 
Cobb Ct, 1975; Browning-Smith, 1979; Retired, 1982 

EARNHARDT, EDWIN LEE R Burlington 1952 19S4 

Greenville:St James 1952; Washington Ct. 1953; Pikeville, 1956; (Toldsboro: 
i077 re D n - l u§ ^ ke o° n: ^'5 b . ow '. 19 AiJ Edenton ' l^; Jacksonville: Northwoods, 

FA 9 ^M R w1w1U?| ^ a I ^ CirCUlt ' 1984; Rehoboth-Harris Chapel 1986; Retired 1989. 

hASON, WILLIAM EVERETTE 6 R Rockv Mmin» lOftn iq<;a 

Washington I960, Four Oaks, 1962; Northwoods, 1966; WeslevHeigE 1969; Word 
HFNsTl' I FMrVr^lV A^n 19 , 7 D 8; Goldsboro:St.Luke,1982, Whi. e g ville,1986 Retired, 



39 



1957 



1988. 

1944 

in, US 



Trans, from Fla.Conf 1942; Haw River, 1942; Calvary.(Pembroke), 1947; Chapla 
F A™^194^M7 4849,52-67; Spnng Lake, 1967; Linden-. Parker's Grove, 1979; Retired,1981 
^4^^ utKALU LLUYU 3 E Rockv ML 1966 1966 

Troy Circuit, 1962; Mt. Pleasant United Meth.,1965; Assoc., Rockingham: First, 1969 
S,^? *%&' 1971; P'netops^netoe, 1977; Grifton. 1981; Mebane. 1985; Lutnberton 



Chestnut SL, 1989. 

EDWARDS, CAMILLE OGLE YORKEY E Fayetteville 1984 1984 1988 

FT^AR^^tP^f 1984; Goldsbor ^ SLPaulAssoc., 1985, Seaside(Brunswick), 1989. 
E P^% J 4^oX L o, 1950; Carrboro, 1954; T^Tri-ig^S^Ieigh ^ISU^- ^ 
ELD&DGF RORFRT $£$&S° ° isL W " S^Paul 198^ rfetirel" Wi 1 %4 ' 

W«K^j**986 Fayetteville 1987 1987 1990 

ELLIOTT, EDWARD CORNWELL E Central IL 197S 197S 1977 

Trans, from Central I If Conf, 1979; Exec. Dir., Methodist Home for Children 1979 

Hea Ve Ctr 198 e 8 nC€ Exec. Dir. Fa miry Serv.Wake Co.,1984; Therapist, Johnston Co. Men. 

ELLIOTT MICHAEL HAROLD E Favetteville 1980 I98n iox-> 

miinTT^hT^Xii 19 **' PIank Cha P el 1986 > WnminSSunset Park, 1988. 8 ° 19M 

CLL1U1 I, KUUbK VbKNON E Favetteville 10ft8 IGftfi 1071 

Ellis Chapel 1968. Smith 1970; Durham: Bethany, 1974; Fa. Campground, 1980?N e w BeTn- * 

ELLIS, WALLACE MARTIN ^ E Raleigh 1954 1954 1957 

T<£?% fr °. m N i^ e ^,? a P Conv ,xi 954 i ^instead, 1954; Garland: Garland. 1956: Benson, 

EPPERSON, JAMES SIDNEY E Greenville 1956 1956 1960 

mI-k ,iVL 95 <£ £ a .' Va,y .2! ar £ e (?. tude " t Apptm.), 1958, Jacksonville: Northwoods, 1958; 

K»SKS&!»!S ,p ' ,971; Hubw ,,77; 
E S»itf , s &. M r »„, ,95, ; u-i JmtttAtiSt ,«* " 50 

hairmont, 1965; Mebane 1970; Rockv Mount: Englewood, 1974; Raleigh: Fairmont, 1979- 

^Washington: First, 1981; Edenton, 1985. 

fc^TES, GAYLA GREENE E Favetteville 1 97ft 1 07ft 1 Q7fi 

P"/ham: Wellons^thseda 1976, Assoc., Washington^** 1979; Raleigh: Uyden Me2f 
1982; MagnoliaJ984; LA, 1985; Volunteer. KOI NON I A Partners, 1986; flanks-Grove Hill 1987; 

ESTES, JAMES HARVEY LA Favetteville 1976 197ft 107R 

FUR F iu ■ Tv™ U J&'V} 9 ?4Stedman:Cokesbury, 1 985; Volunteer,KOI NONlA Pa rtners, 1 986.LA 1 987. 
EUKt, JK., AY1JLE1 I JAMES E Favetteville 1984 1084 108ft 

EVANS, TOMMY LEWIS E Favetteville 1984 1984 1988 

Lebanon (LP), 1981; Burlington CircuiU985; Wilson. First, A^oc 1989 1988 

Lovetoy-Macedonia, 1990. 
EVANS WILLIE JAMES R SC 1957 1957 i960 

Transirom SC Conf 1963; Kinnakeet, 1963; Stumpy Point 1967; Ocracoke, 1971; 

^ k D S " Tab J or .'J'o 9 ^ ; Harr ellsville, 1975; Disability Leave, 1976; Asbury-Pineview, 

iy»l; Retired, 1982. 
EVERETT, GLENN BATES 5 E Favetteville 1981 1978 198ft 

F^A I ft B ^{s P ^^ 6 iS?^ LP >' 1978; Efland ( S LP), l&ESS 1981; B^Faith. 198S. 

FAGGART, TOMMY MARTIN E Lake Junaluska 1961 1961 1964 

Trans, from Western NC Conf, 1960; Christ Church, Cedar Clift 1960; Trans, to 
Western NC Conf 1963. Trans, from Western NC Conf. 1964; Fairview, 1964; Maysville, 
1968, Swansboro, 1970; Hamlet: First 1975: Cary: First 1978; Durham. Duke Mem, 1982; 

rA,D°i r(l c^, L fe 198 & Ra'e'gh: Benson Memorial 1989. 

FA r R '^^ A i^ ^ N Z „ E Fayetteville 1987 1987 1989 

FAFRi pv ?F V rster^^, ,986; Creswe "- 1988; Washington: First Assoc., 1990. 

FAIR f L E^WNARDEARL E Fayetteville 1985 1985 1988 

Sanford Qrcuit, 1984; Hamlet: St Peter, 1988. 



■ Appointment 

LP Yrs Not 

NAME Appointment Present First When Ordained Including 

Yrs_Re la tionAd mitted Admitted_Deacon_Elder_LP Yrs 

FARMER, PENNY ELIZABETH DOLLAR E Fayetteville. 1980 1980 1983 8 

New Bern: Garber, Assoc., 1983; Trinity, Assoc., 1984; Pamlico Coop.Pansh Assoc., 
1986; Alliance-Arapahoe, 1989. 

FARMER. JOHN ARCHIE E Favetteville 1971 1971 1976 19 

Attend Sch., 197LSneads Grove, 1973; Jarvis Mem. Assoc., 1975; Dir., Camp Don -Lee 1977. 

FELTMAN, WALTER CLARENCE 3 R Kinston 1950 1950 1953 28 

Grimesland, 1947; Eno, 1948; Garysbure. 1952; Erwin, 1954; Person St, 1958; Fairmont, 
1960; Sunset Park, 1961; Cherry Point, 1962; Pee Dee, 1965; Robbins, 1970; New Bern: 

raL^G^EcJRLTON E Fayetteville 1983 1983 1989 7 

Grad Student, 1983; Assoc.Prof,Meredith Coll., 1987; Asst Prof., Duke Divinity Sch., 1989 

FISCHLER, DAVID SIDNEY 2 E Fayetteville 1985 1985 1988 5 

Battleboro (IS,SL), 1983, Ml Pleasant, 1985; Faison Circuit, 1988; Greeville: 

FISHlRAlBElt^FLEET .50 E Raleigh 1954 1954 1956 36 

Saxapahaw.1954; Franklinton, 1956; Highland, 1959; New Bern; Centenary, 1964; 

Goldsboro Dist Supt, 1969; Asst. Dir., Duke Endowment, 1974; Director Rural Church 

Division, Duke Endowment, 1983. „ _,_ 

FITZGERALD FRANK OWEN, JR. E Burlington 1952 1952 1953 38 

Attend Sch., 1952; Walstonburg-Tabemacle, 1953; Hay Street Assoc., 1955; Murfreesboro, 

1957; Snow Hill, 1961: Goldsboro: St. Luke, 1965; Smithfield: Centenary, 1969; Raleigh: 

Hayes Barton, 1975; Burlington District Superintendent, 1984; Spec.Asstto Dean, Duke 

Div.Sch., 1990. 
FLEMING, RALPH LANG, JR. E Durham 1953 1953 1955 37 

Beech Grove, 1953; Newport, Westover, 1962; Durham: Bethany, 1969; Chapel Hill: Aldersgate, 

1974; Carr. 1976; DU: Duke's Chapel, 1980; Goldsboro: Daniels Memorial, 1986; Elizabethtown: 

Trinity, 1989. 
FLYNN, ROBERT CLARK, SR. E Fayetteville 1971 1971 1975 19 

Rowland, 1969; Coats^l%9; Mt Tabor, 1970, Rocky Mount: First Assoc., 1974; La Grange, 

1976; Wallace, 1982; Fayetteville: Salem,1985. 
FOGLEMAN, LELAND JAN LA Fayetteville 1976 1976 1979 14 

Student, Candler Sch. of Theology, 1976; Assoc.. Sanford: St. Luke's, 1978, Piney Grove- 
Hickory Grove, 1980; Wilmington: Fifth Ave, 1985; Appointed to Attend Sch, 1988; LA, 1989. 
FORBES, JOSEPH WAYNE E Favetteville 1970 1971 1975 19 

Granville Ct, 1970; Brooksdale-Brookland, 1973; Chadbourn-Evergreen, 1977; Star, 1983; 

Raeford, 1989. 
FORRINGER-MAY, JULIE BETHEL E E. OH 1971 1971 1977 16 

Trans, 1974; Caseworker, Durham Family Counseling Svc, 1976. 
FORTESCUE, FRANK WAHAB 6 T* Greenville 1963 1960 1962 17 

Chowan Charge, 1957; Oriental Charge, 1961: Currituck Charge, 1963; Hopewell-Mt Moriah, 

1966, St Peters. 1970; Pilmoor Mem, 1972; Retired, 1974. 
FOWLER, LEON DELANOA E Wesleyan Church 1988 1988 1990 

Kinnakeet 1987; Transf.from Wesleyan Church, 1990. 
FRANCE EVERETT JOSEPH E Fayetteville 1970 1970 1974 24 

Conetoe, 1966; Spring Church-Garysburg, 1968; Attending Duke Div. School, 1969; Laurinburg: 

St Luke, 1972; Lake Waccamaw, 1976; LA, 1978; Honorable Loc, 1980; Readmitted, 1982; 

Cary: First (Assoc), 1982; Durham: St Paul, 1989. 
FRANCIS, DAVID HENRY E Fayetteville 1983 1983 1989 7 

Bynum, 1980- Rowland: First 1986. 
FRANKLIN, KENNETH MIKE 1 E Durham 1986 1986 1988 4 

Moncure-BuckhornJ985: Chaplain, USN, 1988. 
FRAZIER, KENNETH EDWARD R Nashville, TN 1961 1961 1965 21 

Trans, from Tenn-Kentucky Cont, 1963; North Carolina- Va., 1965- 67; Chaplain Intn, 

St Elizabeth Hospital Washington, DC, 1968; Chaplain, 1973; Retired, 198L 
FRAZIER, JR., ROBERT CART E Fayetteville 1981 1981 1986 9 

Durham: Pleasant Green, 1981; Durham: Trinity, Assoc, 1984; Battleboro-Clark Street, 1985; 

Cary: St Francis, 1989 
FULCHER, JOHN RODNEY LA Wilmington 1959 1959 1964 4 

Attend Sch, 1959; ProLStAndrews Coll, 1962; Vol.Location,1976; Readmitted, 1984; 

Chmn. Religion Dept, High P oint C ollege, 1984; LA, 1987. 
FUNKHOUSER, MORTON LITTELL JR. E Durham 1972 1972 1975 18 

Attend Sch, 1972; Moyock, 1973; Aulander, 1975; Chaplain, USAF, 1979. 
GALES, ALVESTER IVEY E Fayetteville 1981 1981 1986 9 

Goldsboro:St.John,1981;Raleigh:Cokesbury,1982;Raleigh:WilsonTemple,1985;Chaplain,USA,1987. 
GARDNER, MATT RANSONT 1 FT New Bern 1936 1940 1943 38 

Kitty Hawk, 1936; Roper, 1939; Aulander, 1941; Pinetops, 1942; Marvin-St Paul 1944; 

St Paul-Sandy Cross, 1945; Spring Ch.-Garysburg, 1948; Roanoke St, 1952; Selma, 1956; 

Clinton: Grace, I960, Branson Mem, 1963; Oxford Ct, 1968; Retired, 1974. 
GARLINGTON, JASPER EZZELL R Chatham, La. 1932 1932 1936 45 

Trans, from La. Conf, 1936; Midway, 1935; Spring Ch, 1937; Conway, 1944; Roxboro: 

Long MemoriaL 1950; Wilmington Supt, 1955; Clinton, 1961; Dis.Leave, 1974; Retired, 1977. 
GARNER, CLARENCE 5 £ Goldsboro 1967 1964 1969 23 

Smyrna, 1962; St Lukes, 1964; Milton, 1966; Laurel Hill, 1972, RO: St Pauls, 1976: 

Pleasant HilL 1978; Carrboro, 1982; Raleigh: St. James, 1987; Manteo: Mt Olivet 1990. 
GARRISON, JOHtf WILLIAM R kinston 1950 1950 1952 36 

Missionary to Brazil, 1952; Retired, 1986. 



59 



Appointment 

LP rr Yrs Not 

Appointment Present First When Ordained Including 

Yrs_Relation Admitted Admitted Deacon Elder LP Yrs 



GASKINS, WALTER WILLIAMS, JR. E Fayetteville 1974 1974 1979 16 

Henderson: First (Assoc.). 1974; ML CarmeL 1975; Kinston: St Nlark-Woodington, 1977; 
Brodgen-Falling Creek, 1980; Beech Grove Rhems, 1983; Eureka-Yeh/erton, 1987; Havelock: 
Cherry Point, 1988. 

GATTIS, WILLIAM HUGHES 1 E Fayetteville 1968 1968 1971 22 

Grove Chapel, 1967; Hebron, 1969; Hay St(Min. of Ed.) 1971; Coor. of Youth Min. and 
Social concerns, Conf. Council on Ministries, 1973; New Bern: Garber, 1977; Sanford: St 
Luke, 1983; Chapel Hill: University, 1986. 

GENTLE, BRIAN GLYNN E N.Y. 1966 1966 1968 21 



Trans, from N.Y. Cont, 1969; Spring Hope, 1969; Raleigh: Benson Mem., 1973; Durham 
' "aleigh: St Marks, If ~ 
GIBSON, ALAN CRAIG E Fayetteville 1977 1977 



Epworth, 1981; Raleigh: St Marks, T990. 



Attend Sch.^ 1977; Lumberton Circuit, 1978; Clinton Circuit, 1980; Conway, 1985; Newland- 

Grace,1989\ 
GILBERT, MILTON HEATH, SR. E W.Michigan 1968 1968 1970 20 

Trans, from West Michigan, 1970; Raleigh: Wesley Found., 1970; Raleigh: Hayes Barton 

(Assoc.), 1971: Smithfield: Whitley, 1972; Durham: Duke's Chapel, 1975; Lillington, 1980; 

Louisburg, 1984; Roanoke Rapids: Rosemary, 1990. 
GLASS. JOSEPH CONRAD, JR. E Fayetteville 1955 1956 1959 35 

Attend Sch., 1955; Layden Mem,, 1957; Raleigh: Bd. of Ed., 1960; Attend School NCSU, 1968; 

Asst Prof, NCSU, 1971; Assoc. Prof, NCSU, 1976, Prof, NCSU, 1984. 
GLEAVES, EDITH LEE E Fayetteville 1984 1984 1988 6 

Student, Duke, 1984; Raleigh: Cokesbury, 1985; Raleigh: North Raleigh, Assoc., 1987; 

AsscK.Dir..CCbM,1990. 
GLOVER MURRELL KELSO R Sanford 1949 1950 1951 26 

Dublin Circuit 1948; Glen River, 1951: Chaplain, US Army, 1952; LaGrange, 1954- Chaplain, 

NC National Guard, 1955; Mt Olive Circuit 1956; Stantonsburg, 1957; Student ECU, 1958; 

Prof at Presbyterian Junior Coll., 1959- Prof, Porter Military Acad, 1961; Prof., 

Chowan ColL, 1962; Student UNC Prof., Head of Chemical Dept; Femim Coll., 1964; 

Hatteras, 1969; Pekin, 1970; Harker's Is., 1971; Student, ECU, Grad. Sch., 1971; Prof, 

ODU, Norfolk, 1973; Retired, 1975. 
GLOVER ROBERT KEITH E Durham 1953 1953 1955 25 

Attend Sch., 1953; Hay St J954; Maxtor 1955; Trans, from NCConL 1957; Trans, from 

NY Conf, 1968; Cont Staff, 1969; Area Dir.: Rowan-Chowan Mental Health Svc, 1974; 

LA. 1977; Holly Springs, 1978; Assoc: Hayes Barton, 1981; Assoc. Cary: White Plains, 1984. 
GODWIN, SHERWOOD AUBURN E Fayetteville 1980 1980 1986 10 

Franklin, 1980, Raleigh: Jenkins Memorial, 1981; Glendon, 1983; Scotland Neck, 1987; Pink 

Hill, 1988. 
GOERHING, CAROL WOODS E Fayetteville 1978 1978 1980 12 

GR:Jarvis, 1978; Chowan, 1982; Elizabeth City:First,Assoc.,1983;Wrightsville Beach.1985. 
GOERHINC-, DAVID JACOB E Fayetteville 1977 1977 1979 13 

Greenville: Jarvis Mem., Assoc., 1977" Perquimans, 1982; Scott's Hill, 1985. 
GOLDFINCH, ALBERT EUGENE JR- E Greenville 1970 1970 1972 20 

South Mills, 1970; Student Gordon-Conwell Div. Sch., Mass., 1973; Student Boston Univ. Sch. 

of Theo 1 ,1974;Teacher,Colegia Methodista,Costa Rica,1976;Chap.& Couns.,Eiercito de Salvacion, 

Faison Circuit 1987; LaurefHill, 1988. 
GOLDSTON, CLEO WADE R Rocky Mt 1932 1935 1937 42 

Norlina, 1934; Rocky Mt: Clark St, 1934; Red Oak Parish, 1938; Stantonsburg, 1939: 

Supernumerary Relation, 1943: Evansdale, 1944; Daniel Mem., 1948; Sabbatical Leave, 1951; 

Pine Forest 1952; Prof, of Louisburg Coll., 1954; Apex, 1962; Chaplain: Louisburg 

College, 1954: Rocky Mt:St Paul, 1972; Retired, 1977. 
GOOCH, RAY THOMAS E Fayetteville 1973 1973 1976 17 

Attend Sch., 1973; Albemarle. 1974; Pittsboro Circuit 1982. 
GOODWIN, DENNIS MEL VIN 2 E Fayetteville 1978 1978 1983 11 

Homes, 1976; Spring Hope, 1980; Mt Olive: First, 1989. 
GOODWIN, DURWARDTHOMAS R W.Va.Conf 1930 1936 1937 15 

Trans, from W. Va. Conf, 1958; Currituck, 1959: Swan Quarter, 1961; Columbia, 1964; 

Maury, 1967: Hawkins-Tabor, 1970; Pinetops, 1971; Retired, 1972 
GRANGER PAUL DAVID 1 LA Fayetteville 1974 1974 1978 14 

Roxboro: Longhurst, 1973; Methodist Coll., 1977; Fayetteville: Trinity, 1979; Clinton: 

Grace, 1984; Leave of Absence, 1985; Fayetteville: Haymount Assoc., 1986; Leave of 

Absence. 1988. 
GRANT, HENRY BOONE, JR E Fayetteville 1978 1978 1983 12 

Union Grove, 1978; Trinity-Piney Grove, 1981; New Hope - Purley, 1982; Fayetteville: 

Christ 1986; Fayetteville: Trinity, 1988. 
GREEN, HAROLD WILLIAM E Fayetteville 1977 1977 1979 13 

HamletAssoc., 1977; Rich Square, 1979; Laurinburg:Central, 1983; Chap.Meth.College, 

1986, Cary: First Assoc., 1989. 
GREEN, LAWRENCE AMON R Raleigh 1954 1957 1959 26 

Evansdale-Winstead, 1950; Pasquotank, 1954; Oriental, 1957; Pollocksville, 1961; Riverside, 

1966; Candor, 1971; Smithfield: Whitney, 1975; Swepsonville, 1978; Leave of Absence, 

1980: Retired, 1984. 
GREENE, JOHN THOMAS R New Bern 1936 1938 1940 40 

Rougemont 1936; Four Oaks, 1940; Whitakers. 1944; Battleboro, 1946; Dir. Fa m Life Ed., 

NC Cont, Bd. of Christian Ed., 1949; Spec. Apptms.; Prof, Boston Univ., 1953; Prof., 

Florida St Univ., 1958: Retired, 1976. 
GREENWOOD, SUSAN LYNN PATE E Fayetteville 1981 1981 1983 8 

Attend Sch., 1981; Jarvis Mem., Assoc., 1982; Hollands, 1985; Swansboro, 1990. 



60 



" Appointment 

LP Yrs Not 

NAME Appointment Present First When Ordained Including 

Yrs_Re la tion_Ad mined Admitted_Deacon_Elder_LP Yrs 

GREGORY,, WALTER BRYAN R „ Rocky Mt 1943 1947 1949 37 

City Rd.-Wnite Mem., 1943; South Camden, 1944; Town Creek, 1945- Stumpy Point, 1947; 

Hatteras, 1949; Kitty hawk, 1953; Creswell, 1956; Whiteville Ct, 1957; Bathe, 1959; 

Harrellsville, 1962; Shallotte, 1%3; Dublin, 1965; Garland, 1969; Bonlee, 1973; 

Disability Leave, 1974; Retired. 1980. ^ _ , ,„_ ,„„ inc ^ 

GRILL, CHARLES FRANKLIN E Durham 1953 1953 1956 37 

Trans, from Ky. Conf, 1953: Epworth, 1953; Eno, 1953; Burgaw 1956; Lillington 1961; 

Person St., 1966; Scotland Neck, 1970; Coor., Conf. Council on Ministries, 1973; Southern 

PinesJ979, Fayetteville: Christ, 1981; Roseboro, 1986, St Pauls, 1988. 
GRIMES, JOSEPH JUNIOR 13 R Rocky Mt 1966 1957 1958 24 

Lanes-Bethany, 1965; Swan Quarter, 1968; South Camden, 1972; Springs-Chapel, 1974; 

Goshen-Keener, 1976; Gaston, 1980; Louisburg Circuit 1983; Creswell, 1985; 

Pasguotank,1988- Retired, 1990. ... tttrvt tim tnrm 

ORBSOM, DA Vlb RONALD 3 E Fayetteville 1973 1973 1977 17 

Pekin, 1970; Bethesda, 1970; Nash, 1971; Stem-BulIock,1972; Goldsboro: St Paul's Assoc., 

1976; Star, 1979; Roseboro, 1983; Chaplain, Methodist Ret Home, 1986; Supt, Oxford 

gWdO^aIld'fRANCIS E Fayetteville 1970 1970 1976 20 

BU:Davis St, 1968; Bethel, 1970; Attend Sch.,1973;Greensboro Coll.Dir.of Stud.Affairs 

1974;Dir.Pastor.Care, Wesley Long Com.Hosp.,Greensboro,1978;Chap..Alamance Hea.Serv., 1989. 
GUNTER, EDWARD MARVIN E Durham 1972 1972 1975 18 

Holly Springs, 1971; Sanford: St Luke, Assoc., 1973; Clinton: Grace, 1978; FA:Gardners,1984 

Burlington:3t Paul's, 1988. 
HACKETT, CHARLES MARTIN 1 E Fayetteville 1974 1974 1978 16 

Merritts-Ebenezer, 1973: New Sharon, 1975; Shiloh. 1977; Fayetteville: Johnson Mem., 

1981; Pilmoor Mem., 1982; Goldsboro: Jefferson, 1983; Kenry-Buckhorn, 1988. 
HADDOCK, WILLIAM AUGUSTUS, JR. E Fayetteville 1978 1978 1981 12 

Duke Div.Sch.,1978; Duke Mem.,Assoc.,1980; Fletcher's Chapet 1982; Maury-Mt Hermon, 1985; 

HADLEY, JACOB MILTON, JR E Fayetteville 1974 1974 1977 16 

Student 1974; Hay St Assoc., 1976; Intra., Univ. of Ga., Med. Sch., 1981; Chaplain 

Iredell Mem. Hosp.. 1982;Chap.,DeptPast.Care,Nash Gen.Hosp.,1986; Gold Valley,1986; 

Dir. I PastCare. Annie Penn Mem.Hosp., 1990. 
HALE MICHAEL LEWIS 3 E Fayetteville 1974 1970 1978 16 

Marvin, 1966; St John's, 1968: Center, 1969; Chestnut Ridge, 1973, Louisburg Circuit 

1975; Person St, 1977; Hope Mills, 1982; Family Life Spec.Meth. Home for Child., 1985. 
HALL STEPHEN BLAIR E Fayetteville 1978 1978 1982 9 

Cotton, 1974; Salemburg, 1975; Pekin, 1979; Morris Chapel, 1981; Chaplain, U.S.Navy, 1983. 
HALL WILLIAM KENNETH E Fayettevilfe 1977 1977 1979 13 

Wilmington: 01eander,1977; Dublin,1978; FA: St Andrews,1983; Jacksonville:Northwoods,1987. 
HAMILTON, JAMES WINFRED R Durham 1953 1953 1957 32 

Pinebluff, 19^53; Norman, 1957; Salem, 1961; Star, 1964; Ebenezer, 1968; Biscoe: Page 

Memorial, 1974, Retired, 1985. 
HAMM RODNEY GENE E Fayetteville 1975 1975 1979 15 

Walnut Grove, 1975; Queen St Assoc, 1977; Rockingham: East 1978; Wendell, 1982; Ral: 

Millbrook, 1983; Southern Pines, 1987; Wilmington: Wesley Mem., 1990. 
HARDT, OTTO HENRY CARL E Fayetteville 1980 1980 1984 10 

Seven Springs, 1980; Brogden-Falling Creek, 1983; Morris Chapel-Trinity, 1986; Burlington: 

Circuit 1989: 
HARPER, RUTH ELIZABETH MOOK E Fayetteville 1977 1977 1980 13 

St John's-Gibson, 1977; Hamlet: Fellowship, 1983; FA: St Matthews, 1987; Leave 

of Absence, 1/1/90; Durham: Epworth, Assoc., 1990. 
HARRELL HAYWOOD LINWOOD R Fayetteville 1939 1941 1944 38 

Duke Ct, 1939; Dover, 1940; Seven Springs, 1943; Straits, 1946; Gams Chp.,1950; 

South River, 1954;Pink Hill, 1957:New Hope, 1962;Kipling-Cokesbury, 1966;Gatesville,1967; 

Yanceyville, 1971; Pikesville-MtCarmel, 1974; Mt. Pleasant 1976; Retired, 1977. 
HARRIS, DONALD LEE 12 E Rocky Mt 1966 1964 1968 24 

Sandy Cross, 1954; Garysburg, 1957; Robersonville, 1962; Franklinton, 1967; Rowland: 

First 1969; Grifton, 1976; Roanoke Rapids: Rosemary, 1979; Morehead City: First 1983; 

Jacksonville: Trinity, 1986; Laurinburg: First 1990. 
HARRIS, HYMANLEROY R Henderson 1930 1932 1934 31 

Pink Hill, 1929; Person St. 1934; Mayesville, 1937; Saxapahaw, 1942; Knightdale, 1946; 

Leave of Absence, 1947; Carolina Beach, 1949; Garlancf, 1950; West Rockingham, 1952; 

Cobb Circuit 1956; Macon Charge, 1960; Retired, 1963. 
HARRIS, JAMES HOWARD, JR. E Fayetteville 1973 1973 1975 16 

Attend Sch., 1973. Kinnakeet 1974; Rockingham :Glenwood, 1978; Kenansville Parish,1983; 

Fairmont:Trinity,i987. 
HARRIS, ROBERT GENTRY, JR. E Rocky Mt 1960 1960 1963 30 

Trans, from W. N. C Conf., 1959; Eno-Palmer's Grove, 1960; Brookdale-Brookland, 1961; 

Parkwood. 1964: Chaplain, USA., 1967; Chaplain, VA, 1975. 
HARRISON, RUSSELL SAGE R Washington 1934 1936 1938 42 

Dare Ct., 1934: Currituck, 1936; Southport, 1939; Cary, 1944; Fayetteville Ct., 1947; 

Mt Olive, 1950; Oxford, l954\Haymount 1957: Grace, 1960, Lumberton. 1%2; Hamlet 

1963; Epworth, 1965; Red Springs: Trinity, 1969; Fremont 1972; Retired, 1976. 
HARSH -CAFFERTY, SUSAN LYNN E Fayetteville 1982 1982 1986 8 

Graham: First Assoc., 1982; Piney Grove-Hickory-Grove, 1988. 
HARVIN, DAVID LEWIS E Fayetteville 1975 1975 1978 15 

Student 1975; Trinity-Zion, 1976; Du: Carr, 1980; Whitney-Cross, 1984; Cedar-Grove, 1986. 



67 



Appointment 
LP Yrs Not 



NAME Appointment Present First When Ordained Including 
Yrs_Relation_Admitted Admitted_Deacon_Elder_LP Yrs 

HARWOOD.JOHNELLIOTTE.JR. E VA 1959 1959 1962 16 

Trans. Va. ConL 1973, Spring Hope, 1973; Angier, 1977; Oxford, 1990. 
HEDDEN, FORREST bEARBORN R Tampa, Fla. 1928 1931 1933 39 

South Camden Charge, 1931- St Andrews-Duke Chapel, 1934; Duke ChapeL 1935: Epworth, 

1936; Assoc. Edenton St, 1937; Louisburg, 1940: Dunn, 1944: Lumberton, 1948; Methodist 

Home forChildren,1952:Off. of Finance & Field Svc.,Bd.of Global Min.,1956;Retired,1970. 
HELMS, JULIAN BRICE, JR. 7 E Fayetteville 1977 1972 1979 13 

Magnolia, 1969; Smith-Roanoke Rapids, 1974; Four Oaks, 1976; Pinebluff, 1981; GO Pine 

Forest 1984, Wesley's Chapel, 1989. 
HELMS, SUSANNA ROSS E Fayetteville 1979 1979 1985 11 

RA: St James, Assoc., 1979; Raleigh: Hayes Barton, Assoc., 1986; Raleigh: Jenkins 

Mem, 1987. 
HENDRICKS, MELVIN ELTON E SC 1962 1962 1964 7 

Middleburg (ASV 1961; Transfer from SCCont. 1983- President, Methodist College, 1983. 
HERRING/cHARLES MALCOLM 1 E Fayetteville 1974 1974 1978 16 

Grace, 1973; Roxboro: Grace, 1975; Oxford Circuit, 1977; Salem, 1977; Hopewell, 1980; 

NewIand-Grace J 1984;Lake Waccamaw, 1985; Chaplain, USA, 1988. 
HICKLE STEVEN ANTHONY E IA 1973 1973 1976 15 

Corinth-Antioch, 1975; Vanceboro Circuit, 1977; Haw River, 1981; Elizabeth City: 

Riverside, 1989: Raleigh: Fairmont, 1990. 
HICKS, PHYLLtS KAY E Fayetteville 1985 1985 1988 5 

Raleigh: Benson Mem^Assoc.,1985; Past Coun., Past Care & Cou. Inst, of DU-CH, 1987. 
HIGGfNS, LAWRENCE CLAYTON 4 E Fayetteville 1984 1984 1987 6 

Harrellsville (LP), 1980; Harrellsville, 1984; New Hope-Woodland, 1987; Elizabeth 

City: Riverside, 1989. 
HILL, ALTON PUGH, JR. R Kinston 1950 1950 1950 40 

Vanceboro, 1950; Trinity, 1954: Wesley Mem., 1958; Mebane. 1962; Morehead City: First, 

1968- Roanoke Rapids, 1973; Rockingham: First, 1975; Coord, of Resources,1979; Elizabeth 

City District Supt. 1984: Greenville District Supt, 1987: Retired, 1990. 
HILL, EDWARD FELIX II. E Fayetteville 1978 1978 1982 8 

Chapel Hill: Univ,,Assoc., 1978; St Luke's, 1980; Wrightsboro, 1981; RA: Edenton StAssoc, 

1984; New Bern: Garber, 1987. 
HILL, LEON EL WOOD E Fayetteville 1979 1972 1981 20 

Aulander, 1971; Bethel-Rones, 1973; Assoc. Membership, 1975; Corinth- Antioch, 1977; 

Maury-Mt Herman, 1980; Chaplain USAF, 1982. 
HILL NOAH BRIGHTER. 1 R Durham 1953 1954 1957 32 

Grimesland, 1952; Falling Creek, 1954; Robersonville, 1956; Grace, I960, Wesley Hgts., 

1963; Salem, 1%3; Gary: Vhite Plains, 1973; Zebulon, 1975; Fairmont: Trinity, 1977; 

Snow Hill, 1981; Retired, 1985. 
HILL RALPH MCCOY E Fayetteville 1979 1969 1981 19 

Pasquotank, 1966; Harkers Island, 1967: Assoc.Mbr., 19"1; Bell Arthur, 1971; Ellerbe, 

1974; Hawkins-Tabor, 1976; Hampstead, 1980; Fair Bluff-Cerro Gordo, 1982; Bolivia, 1984; 

Goshen-Keener, 1986. 
HILLMAN, RANDY ALLEN E Johnson City 1976 1976 1979 14 

Trans, to NCCont, 1977; Leasburg-Salem, 1978; Goshen-Keener, 1980; Ocracoke, 1983; 

Appointment to Attend SchooL 1986; Assoc.Dir, Chap.Serv., Forsythe Mem.Hosp., 1987. 
HIRSCHI, CARLTON FREDERICK, SR. R Elizabeth City 1947 1948 1949 42 

Student, 1947: Windsor, 1948; Burgaw, 1951; Warsaw, 1952; Benson, 1954; Greenland, 

1959; Tabor City, 1963; West Nash, 1965- Lakewood, 1968; Burlington: Faith. 1972; 

Enfield, 1976; Windsor, 1978; Pittsboro: First, 1979; Mt Zion, 1983; Bynum, 1986; 

Retired, 1989. 
HIX, CLARENCE EUGENE JR. R New Bern 1936 1938 1940 40 

OrientaL 1936; La Grange, 1939; Prof. Central Meth. Coll., 1943; Retired. 1976. 
HOBBS, JAMES LEE E Durham 1961 1961 1963 29 

Pikesville, 1961: Assoc., Hayes Barton, 1961; Meth. Student Center, ECU, 1962; St Mark- 
Lanes Chapel, 1969; Vanceboro, 1972; Institute, 1975; Ocean View, 1977; Hebron, 1980; 

CH:Amity, 1985: Raleigh: Trinity, 1989. 
HOBBS, JOHN WHrTFlELD 1 R Rocky Mt 1966 1966 1970 21 

Stem-Bullock, 1963; Mt Tabor, 1964; Elm City, 1970; Jacksonville: Northwoods, 1973; 

Roxboro: Long Mem., 1977; Approved Evangelist, 1978; Retired, 1987. 
HOBBS, MICHAEL BYRON E Fayetteville 1976 1976 1979 14 

Rich Square, 1975; Goldsboro: Jefferson, 1979; Durham: Glendale Hgts, 1983; Durham: 

McMannen, 1988. 
HODGE. RUDOLPH HART E New Bern 1957 1957 1960 19 

RA: Millbrook,1957; RA:Macedonia,1963;RA:Hayes Barton,Assoc.,1964;DU:Aldersgate. 1967; 

RA: Wesley MemonaU%9;Voluntary Location,1971,Readmitted,1985;RA:Hayes Barton.Assoc., 

1985; Garner: First, Assoc., 1986; Cedar Island-Sea Level, 1987; Pollocksville -Lee's 

ChapeL 1988. 
HODGIN, HUBERT HOWARD R New Bern 1957 1957 1961 25 

Leesburg, 1958; Mt Herman, 1960; Lyon Mem., 1965; Student NCSU, 1969; Dir., Stud.Act 

Rockingham Comm.Coll.,1971; Dean of Fin.& Adm.Serv.,Southside Comm.Coll. 1980,Retired.l982. 
HOLLIST THOMAS MICHAEL E Fayetteville 1985 1985 1989 5 

BelhavenTriniry, 1984- Maury-Mt Herman, 1989. „ t 

HOLLOWELL CLIFT6N RIDDICK 6 DL Kinston 1962 1962 1964 28 

New Hope, 1962; Walstonburg, 1963; Goshen-Keener, 1966; Providence. 1970. Rocky Mt: 

MarvinJ972: Robersonville.1976' Halifax.1978; Fayetteville: Victory,1982; Dis. Leave,1986. 
HOLTSCLAW, THOMAS GIVEN E WV 1969 1969 1971 17 

Trans, from W. Va. Conf, 1973; Concord-Oak Grove. 1973; Robbins, 1979; Fayetteville: 

Campground, 1983; Rockingham: First, 1987; New Bern District Superintendent 1990. 



Appointment 

LP Yrs Not 

NAME Appointment Present First When Ordained Including 

Yrs Relation Admitted Admitted Deacon Elder LP Yrs 

HOOD, JEAN LIVINGSTON 6 R Burlington 1964 1961 1963 24 

Brogden, 1958; Pink HilL 1962; Hookerton-Rainbow, 1968; Glendale, 1972, Roseboro, 1977; 

Wilson: WinsteadJ983~Retired. 1988. 
HOOGERLAND, THOMAS DONALD E N.NY 1963 1963 1965 17 

Transf. from Northern NY, 1973; New Hope-Woodland, 1973; Raeford: Hoke, 1978; Salem, 1982; 

Bethesda, 1985; Elm City, 1989. 
HORNE, ALVIN MATTHEW E FayetteviUe 1979 1979 1983 8 

Rock Creek, 1978; BU: Friendship, 1982 
HOUGH, THOMAS BRYANT R Kinston 1929 1931 1933 42 

Swansboro, 1929; Millbrook, 1931; Garner 1933; SwepsonviUe 1937; Mebane, 1941; 

Jacksonville(Wilm. DisL), 1952; Jacksonville (New Bern), Lumberton, 1956; Burlington 

Dist SupL, 1962; Rockingham: First, 1967; Retired, 1971. 
HOUSE/THOMAS HOLMES 2 R KnoxvUle.TN 1942 1943 1946 36 

Trans, from Holston Conf. 1942; Robersonville, 1942; Hooper, 1945; Swan Quarter, 1946: 

City Road, 1948; Newton Grove, 1949; Mt Pleasant, 1950: Tar River, 1954; Mamers, 1956; 

Dublin, 1960; Spring Ch.-Garysburg, 1962; Ocracoke, 1965- Salem, 1968; Brodgen-FaUing 

Creek,1970: Disabifity,1972: Bolivia,1973; Clarkston,1975; Disability. 1977; Retired,1978. 
HOWARD, WILLIAM MILLER, JR. R Albemarle 1930 1930 1936 41 

Moriah, 1932; West Halifax, 1935- Elm City, 1940; Bethel, 1943; Chapel Hill, 1949; 

Jarvis Mem., 1953; Trinity, I960, Cary: First, 1969; Retired, 1971. 
HUBBARD, CHARLES SPENCE R Elizabeth City 1939 1940 1942 36 

Roseboro, 1939; Hillsborough, 1945; Raleigh: Trinity, 1951; Chapel Hill, 1953; Wilson: 

First, 1962, Durham: Duke Mem., 1971; Retired, 1975. 
HUDSON^ PAMELA JO E FayetteviUe 1988 1988 1990 

Student, Duke Div.Sch^ 1988; CPE Intern, NC Mem.Hosp., 1989; Clin.Chap.,Samarkand,1989. 
HUFFINES. TERRY LYNN E FayetteviUe 1978 1$78 1982 12 

Lebanon, 1978- Bell Arthur, 1981; Browning Smith, 1982; Rockingham: Pee Dee, 1986. 
HUFFMAN, VIRGIL BRYAN E Durham 1972 1972 1976 18 

Rieglewood, 1969: Rehoboth-Harris, Chapel, 1971; Bethesda, 1977; CH: Cobb Circuit, 1985. 
HUGGINS. HUBERT SIDNEY III E Greenville 1963 1963 1966 27 

Attend Sch., 1963: Asbury, 1964; Cont Evangelist, 1968; Goshen-Keener, 1970; Raleigh. 

N.Raleigh, 1972; FayetteviUe: Hay St, 1983; Greenville: Jarvis Memorial, 1988. 
HUNNINGS, BESS GIBBS E FayetteviUe 1984 1984 1987 6 

Appointed to Attend Sch.. 1984; Henderson:First,Assoc., 1984; JacksonvilleTirst, 

Assoc., 1986; AUensvUle-Trinity,1987. 
HUNTER, JACK LEGRAND E Rocky Ml 1960 1961 1961 30 

Pleasant Grove, 1960; Millbrook, 1963; Farmville, 1968; Ral: Highland, 1973; DisL 

SupL, Rocky ML, 1980- Burlington: Front SL, 1984. 
HUNTER, JACK MANLY 5 E Burlington 1964 1962 1966 26 

Stedman. 1964; FayetteviUe: Gardners, 1969; Murfreesboro, 1976; DU: Asbury, 1980; 

Dunn: Divine SL, 1984. 
HUSKINS, JAMES RICHARD, SR 2 E FayetteviUe 1983 1983 1987 7 

Andrews Chapel-Soapstone (LP), 1981; Andrews Chapel-Soapstone, 1983: ML Zion, 1987. 
HUTCHERSON, CYRUS BOOKER R Labanon, KY 1961 1934 1936 10 

Trans, from Tenn. Conf., 1961; Devon Park, 1961; City Road, 1968: Retired, 1971. 
HUTCHINSON, CHARLES HOWARD Ti Wilmington 1959 1959 1962 31 

Faymont, 1957; SL Luke's, I960: Cobb, 1964; Belmont, Leasburg-Safem, 1971; Yanceyville, 

1974; Durham: Lakewood, 1976- Creedmoor, 1984; Benson, 1986; Murfreesboro. 1990. 
INGRAM, GERALDINE DYSART E FayetteviUe 1980 1980 1983 8 

Attend Sch., 1980; DU: Epworth, Assoc., 1982: Franklinton, 1983- Admin., Meth. ReL Home 

of Durham, 1985. Pinetops-Hart, 1988; Assoc.in Ord.Min.Hinton Rural Life Ctr., 1990. 
INGRAM, OSMOND KELLY R Tuscumbia, Ala. 1940 1943 1945 44 

Trans, from N. Ala. Conf. 1941; Hemp, 1941; Sunset Parle 1942; Erwin, 1946; Oxford, 1950; 

Elizabeth City, 1954: Prof. Duke Univ., 1959; Prof. Assoc. Dean of Students, 1968; Prot 

Duke Div. SchooL 1969- Retired, 1984. 
INNES, RANDALL EUGENE E FayetteviUe 1988 1988 1990 

Rockingham: First, Assoc, 1985; Swepsonville, 1990. 
JACKSON, JERRY ADDISON 6 E FayetteviUe 1976 1976 1979 14 

Student pastor, Marietta -Olivet, 1972; Camp Rockfish, Director, 1973; Student, United 

Theological Seminary, 1976; Wanchese, 1978; Newland-Grace, 1982; Oak Grove, 1984; Pilmoor 

Memorial, 1988. 
JACKSON, LESTER POLK R Roanoke, Va. 1947 1947 19*9 38 

Trans. From Va. Cont, 1952: SL Paul, 1954; West Nash, 1959; Nashville, 1961; Rosemary, 

1969; Raleigh: SL James, 1974; Hamlet: First, 1978; Burgaw, 1980; Retired, 1985. 
JACKSON, WILBUR IVAN E Wilmington 1959 1959 1962 31 

Attend Sch., 1959; Franklin.1960; Fairmont.1%1; Knightdale,1962; Garber.1964; Hay SL 

Assoc.,1968; Aberdeen,1973; Davis St.,1976; LA,1983; Sp.AppL,Asst.Chap.,Moravian Home, 

1983, Durham:McMannen, 1984; Whiteville, 1988; Cary: Macedonia, 199T). 
JANSEN, JOHN JAY E FayetteviUe 1982 1982 1986 8 

Woodland, 1982JElm City, 1984; Faison Circuit, 1985; Cumberland, 1987. 
JARVIS DWIGHT CARTER LA Baraboo, WS 1950 1950 1952 9 

Trans, from Minnesota Cont. 1982. Pollocksville-Lee's Chapel, 1982; Mgr. Youth Services, 

Div.of Prisons.1985; Leave of Absence, 1990. 
JEFFRIES, WILLIAM MAC E Richmond, Va. 1954 1954 1958 32 

Trans.from VACont, 1956; Sanford, 1956; Marshallburg, 1957; Whitakers, 1959; Parkwood, 

1961; Spec. AppL, Amer.Friends Svc. Comm., 1964; ML^ion, 1974; Wake Forest, 1979; 

Raleigh: Longview, 1983; Red Springs: Trinity, 1990. 



63 



, p Appointment 

NAME Appointment Present First When Ordained Including 
_Yrs_Relation_Admitted AdmittedDeacon Elder LP Yrs 



JENKINS, DAVID OMAR 1 E Durham 19X6 1986 , QS o 

Sr^foiF^ 19 , 80 ^" 41 ,' ^°£ , Da . m t e . Uni y- m \ Disc ■ l 9 ^; Readmitted, 198? Grid 

Stud., 1986, Wesley Chaplain. Duke University, 1988 
JENKINS, THEODORE ROOSEVELT R Rocky Mount 1932 1934 1936 

Leasburg Ct, 1932, Mebane, 1935; Magon 1939; Plymouth, 1943? Ann St., 1947; Davis St? 
i^b J ^^oV2 5 ^ I a >' mount ' 1960; Roan °l<e Rapids, 1965; Retired, 1969 

ISPi£wfl987 E Fa y ettevi » e 1987 1987 1990 

JERNTGAN.' JULIUS OSCAR 2 E Fayefteville 1955 1955 19S6 

&#' Y^v^tV US /V* ,956 = Marshallburg, 1959; Chapfain, VA HospitiJ Waco Tex., 56 

1960J Chaplain, VAHospiULFayetteville, 1973. 
JESSEE, DURWARD DOUGLAS E KY 1968 1968 1972 

'S&fS^SffSS&S^Sk FlrsTte 5 ' 19701 Carth ^ e ' 1976 ^ °"«" Ba "« ^-h, 
JOHNSON CLARENCE REGINALD E Rocky Mt 1966 1968 1968 

Appointed as student, 1966, Raleigh: Pleasant Grove, 1967; Student, Edinburgh Univ., 1970; 

iowl!?^ on ^9fe d l r \ 1 1 ,, 9 . 7 r 4 vT a ^ or Clt y- 197? ; Assl P ' of AsbM'y College. 1980. 

JOHNSON, GEORGE WILLIAM E Wilson 1958 1958 1961 

Student pastor, Rock Creek. 1957; Yanceyville, 1961; Faith, 1968; Webb-Trinity 1972- " 

Buriineton:EmmanueL 1974; GarnerTirst, 1976; Chapel Hill:University,1981; Wilson:' 

,£y&J2§ 6; Burlington Distnct Superintendent, 1990. 

JOHNSON, GLENDA NOBLE E Fayetteville 1982 1982 1984 

Raleigh: Aven. Ferry. 1981. Raleigh: Highland, Assoc., 1986. * 2 1%2 1984 

JOHNSON, HARVEY BYNUM h E Durham 1953 1955 i960 

Siler City Ct 1953, Apex, 1958. Wesley Memorial, 1961; Wellons Village, 1963; Meth. 

Ret Home, Adm. Asst, 1966; Admin.- Chaplain, Moravian Home Inc.,n^72; Couns.,Cypress Glen 
T^f, L v,S^ m , e V J 987- Admin . Presby. Homes of Birmingham, Inc, 1988. 
JOHNSON, LAWRENCE EDWARD E $IN 1969 1958 1969 

Joh^Wesle ^fogg S ° U,h Indiana Conference, 1984. Durham: Asbury Temple, 1980; Fayetteville: 
JONES BAILEY LEE, JR E Brooklyn, NY 1944 1944 1944 

KStato Navy Chaplain 1944; Student, Yale. Inst., Duke, 194$ U. S. Navy Chaplain, 

1950; Chaplain^ Duke Univ., 1953; Asst. Dean, Duke, 1956; Assoc. Prof., Duke, AssL 
T<R£ a rilj^ n p^9^ le A e ',^, ke Univ ' ,964; Prof ^ Deptof Rel.,Duke Univ., 1973; Retired, 1983. 
JONES, GEORGE ALLEN E Favetteville 1980 1980 1983 

i/te\&?& Hayelock: First, 1984; Mebane, 1989. "yettev.lle 1980 1980 1983 

JONES, NORWOOD LEE R Sanford 1949 1949 1951 

SputhporL .1950- Goshen-Keener, 1953; Trinity-1956: Fuquay-Varina, 1961; Louisburg, 1966; 

Englewood, 1970; Elizabeth City, DisL Supt, 1974; Nov Bern: Centenary, 1980; Roanoke 

Rapids: Rosemary. 1983; Retired, 1986. 
JONES. VASSAR WILSON 6 R Rockv Ml 1960 1957 1961 

Harreilsville 1954, ML Tirzah, 1959; McManen, 1963; I*uisbw£,™970; Weldon 1974 

Ret?re| r0 19^ Plymouth, 1980; Durham: Parkwood, 1982; Raleigh: Westover, 1988; 

JORDAN, ROBERT HARRY R Wilmington 1951 1951 1953 

Pembroke CL, 1951; Southport, 1953, Roseboro, 1957, Murfreesbora 1961; Snow Hill- 
S 3 ^ 1 * !£& Nashv 'l le - 1969; New Bern: Garber, 197^3; Oxford, 197>; West Nash, 1983- 
Retired, 1988. 

JOYCE, JOHNIE LEROY R Rockv Ml 1937 191s 1937 

WhiteMem.-City Road, 1933; Richland, 1935: Straits-Harlowe, 1935; ML Olive St" 1938- 
r n c'i e ^ Sta,es ^^'^942; Carrboro, 1945; Glen Raven, 1949; Four Oaks, 1951; Havelock, 
1956; Garner, 1958; Epworth, 1961; Rocky Mt: First, 1965; Henderson: First 1969; 
Retired. 1973. 

JOYNER, FRANK BELTON, JR. E Wilmington 1959 1959 1961 

Attend Sch 1959; Pine Valley, 1961; Oleander-Pine Valley, 1961; Bihama-ML Bethel,1965; 
PoV^ Ed y^ Y.° uth . a J d Youn S Adult ' 1968 = Coordinator, Youth Ministries and Camping, 
1970; Coord Child and Youth Ministries, 1971; Coord, Leadership Dev.and Adult Work, Conf 
Council on Ministries, 1973; Mebane. 1974; Durham: trinity, 197§; Exec. Dir., CCOM 1985 
Raleigh District Superintendent, 1989. 

J V£ t- ' J ? R £1 JA \ . ,«« „ E Burlington 1964 1964 1968 

ML Tirzah^ 1964; SL John, 1967: Carver's Creek, 1968; Pembroke: First-Calvary 1972: 

i^cdSS 1 tAu$T&XV % > ML C ,ive ' ,982; Mt Gilead: First, 1985; Fuquay-Vanna, 1989. 

KASPER ' J ,9ii N D ¥ A J lK o E Fayetteville 1980 1980 1983 

vPMMnrSv^kiyf, 1 ^?^^^ 00 - 1982 ; Rock y Mou "« Parish, 1984; Ocean View, 1987. 

KENNEDY, MARK HODGES, JR. E Favetteville 1980 1980 1983 

Attend Sch., 1980; Harkers Island, 1981; Bunn-Hill King Or, 1985 Goldsboro 
Pine Forest, 1989. 

K ri G, mK K,MSE yAc J ?- ! DL Gree ™»e 1956 1956 1959 

Chapel Hill: Alderegate, 1955: Assoc.. Edenton SL, 1961; Ahoskie, 1964; Woodland, 1970; 
,,, d , m ;» Me, hodist Retirement Home, 1974; Disability Leave, 1985. 
KINLEY.GRADYLEE ^ R Sanford 1949 1949 1951 



4U 



Bladen, 1950: Burgaw, 1952; Bethseda, 1956; SL John-Gibson, 1958; Webb Ave., 1962; 

Winstead,19(^;Star,1968:Pnnceton.l970;TyrelU972;Angier, 1 976; Bahama, 1977; feu re ka- 
^^i rt ^'^9?0,Klnston.St.Mark-Woodington,1982;Instifute-HickoryGrove,198-" 
KIRBY WALLACE HINES E Burlington 

Attend Sch 1952; CCOM Acting Dir.of Ed., 1953; Fremont 1954; Wallace, 19 

Dunn, 1964; Favetteville: Hay Sl, 1968; Raleigh: Edenton SL, 1974; Durham 

District SupL, 1984; Louisburg, 1990. 



64 



Appointment 

LP Yrs Not 

Appointment Present First When Ordained Including 

Yrs Relation Admitted Admitted Deacon_Elder_ LP Yrs 



KNIGHT, ROBERT NORMAN R Durham ,1953 1953 1953 37 

Moyock, 1953; Gatesville, 1956; Trinity, 1961: Mayesville, 1963: WendelL 1%7; Clayton, 
1972; Sunset P^ark, 1976; Franklinton, 1977; Four Oaks, 1981; Disability Leave, 1983; 

KNO^'THOMAS GARLAND E N.MS 1950 1952 1953 18 

Trans, from N. Miss. Cont, 1972; Prot, Methodist ColL 1972 
KRAATZ, CHRISTIAN LAUBE E W.NY ti J976 1976 1980 9 

Transfer from WesL NY. ConL, 1981; Cape Fear, 1981: Fayetteville: Johnson Mem 1982; 

Leave of Absence^ 1985- Pittsboro: First, 1985; Mountaroview United Ch.of Ca nada (426 1\ 1990. 
LACKEY, DUKE CALDWELL E Fayetteville 1985 1985 1989 5 

Siler City:West End, 1984; Biscoe-Bascom, 1987. _„ __ 

LAMNECK FORREST DONLEY R W.PA 1967 1948 7 

Trans, from East Ohio, 1978jEureka-Yerverton. 1978; Corinth -An tioch, 1980; Retired, 1984. 
LANCASTER, ALTON^ SCOTT 3 R Greenville 1948 1950 1952 25 

Marvin, 1948; Roanoke Ct, 1951; Pasquotank Ct. 1951; Pine Forest, 1954- Salem, 1958; 

Vanceboro, 1963; Franklin Mem. ,1964; Inst 1968; Washington Ct, 1972; Retired, 1973. 
LANCASTER, CHARLES HULBERT R Atlanta, Ga. 1959 1959 1961 23 

Trans, from Kent Conf., 1959; Dublin, 1960; Southport 1961; Asbury-Pineview, 1965; 

Creedmoor,1966;Disability Leave, 1 97 l;Social Worker JJmstead Hospital,Butner,1977;Retiied,1982 
LANCASTER, ECWOOD COLON 4 E Fayetteville 1975 1968 1978 25 

Cumberland, 1965; Norman J 969:. Wesley's Chapel, 1973; Wilmington: Pine Valley, 1987. 
LANCASTER^ JAMES ROBERT JR. R Fayetfeville 1971 1971 1975 19 

Fayetteville: Johnson Mem., 1969; Rehoboth-Harris Chapel, 1977; Kipling-Cokesbury, 1984; 

South Camden, 1986; Retired, 1988. 
LANE, BARRY LEE E Fayetteville 1979 1979 1983 8 

Chatham-Mt Zion, 1979; SAStLuke, Assoc., 1982; Fletcher's Chapel, 1985. 
LANGLEY, DELORES ANNE E Fayetteville 1987 1987 1990 

Stud.Intera, Wesley's Chap.,London,1986; Stud.Duke Div.Sch.,1987; Circuit Min.,Harrow 

Circuit England, 1988; Wilson: First Assoc., 1990. 
LEATHERMAN, HAROLD FRANKLIN R Kinston 1950 1951 1952 37 

Henderson: City Road, 1950; Knightdale-Ebenezer, 1953; Ebenezer, 1955, Manteo, 1959; 

Morehead: First, 1963; Kinston: Queen St. 1958; New Bern Dist Supt 1973; Sanford: St 

Luke^l978; First, Rockingham, 1983; Retired, 1987. 
LEE, DON PAUL E Durham 1972 1972 1975 18 

Wellons Village, 1970; Four Oaks, 1974; Smith, 1976; Greenville: Holy Trinity, 1981; 

Trinity. 1984: Rockingham:Glenwood, 1988. 
LEE, HENRY WESTBROOK 5 E Fayetteville 1975 1970 1978 15 

Student Pastor, Harrellsville, 1967; Dublin, 1970; Stedman, 1977; Plank Chapel, 1980; 

Wrightsboro, 1986- Mt Zion, 1988. 
LEEJ AMES CARROLL E Durham 1972 1972 1975 18 

MtTirzah-Helena,SLP,1972;Greenville:StJames Assoc.,1974; Laurinburg,StLuke,1976; Raleigh: 

Millbrook, 1987. 
LEE, PERCY OWEN R Fayetteville 1925 1927 1929 37 

Harlow, 1925; Seven Spring, 1925- Windsor, 1927; Jones Ct, 1931; Wallace-Rose Hill, 

1932; Maxton, 1935; Clayton, 1939; Stantonsburg, 1943; Raeford, 1947; Weldon, 1953; 

Whiteville, 1956: Retired, 1962 
LEELAND, PAUL LEE E Durham 1972 1972 1976 17 

Lucama, 1968; Spring-Garysburg, 1969; Franklinton, 1973; Chaplain, Duke Medical Center, 

1975; Fairview. 1978;Garner: St Andrews, 1982; Kinston: Westminster, 1989. 
LEVIN, DENNfe PATRICK E Fayetteville 1978 1978 1982 9 

Warren, 1976; Hollan ds, 198 1; Bailey, 1985; Enfield-Eden, 1990. 
LEVIS, SUSAN PADGETTE LA Fayetteville 1974 1974 1980 6 

StPeters.1976, LA, 1977: Haymount Assoc.,1979; LA.1982; Apptunder Par.425.1,1986, LA1987. 
LEWIS, HENRY BARTON R Raleigh 1937 1940 1942 37 

Vanceboro, 1937; Alamance, 1941: Navy Chaplain, 1943; Morehead City, 1956; Whitakers, 

1946; Cedar Grove, 1948; Bethel, 1953 Can, 1954; Cary, 1959; Siler City, 1964; 

Manteo. 1968: Retired, 1973. 
LEWIS, JERRY DEAN 2 E Fayetteville 1980 1980 1984 10 

Verona, 1978; Siler City: West End, 1979; Moncure-Buckhorn, 1983; Chaplain,, USAF, 1985. 
LINDBLADE, ERJC NORMAN. JR. E F^ayetteviUe 1980 1980 1982 9 

Springj3arysburg, 1979; Chapel Hill, University Assoc., 1980; South Camden, 

1981 Rockingham: East 1986; Rockingham: First (Co-Pastor), 1990. 
LINDBLADE, SUSAN CLAYTON E Fayetteville 1981 1981 1983 6 

Sharon, 1983, Leave of Absence,1986; Hamlet: First, Assoc.,1988; Rockingham.First (Co-Pastor), 1990. 
LINEBERGER, JAMES WORTH R Durham 1932 1934 1936 41 

Stem, 1933; StJohn-Gibson, 1936; Faison-Kenansville-Wilmington, 1940; Chadbourn, 1944; 

Fuquay, 1948; Dunn-Divine, 1952; Centenary, 1957; Spec. Appt; Supt, Meth. Home for 

Children. 1962; Retired, 1974. 
LISTER, JOE DAVIS 2 E Fayetteville 1976 1976 1978 14 

Yanceyville, 1974: Trinity, 1981; Swepsonville, 1984; Smith, 1988. 
LITTLE, BROOKS BIVENS R Kinston 1950 1950 1952 36 

Upper Room Editorial Assoc., 1950; Dir., Upper Room Lib. and Museum, 1967; (SEJ) 

Historianjjm: Retired, 1986. v ' 

LITTLE, STEPHEN NELSON E KY 1978 1978 1981 7 

Transfer from Kentucky Cont, !984: West Rockingham, 1984; South Camden, 1988. 
LITZENBERGER, CHARLES MA YNARD E Durham 1972 1972 1975 18 

Caledonia 1974; Fayetteville: Hay St, Assoc., 1975; Supernumerary; 1976: Raeford; 

Hoke, 1977: Lake Waccamaw, 1976; Cedar Grove, 1982; Henderson:City Road, 1984; Elizabeth 

City: Riverside, 1986; Salem, 1989. 



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Appointment 

LP YrsNot 

NAME Appointment Present First When Ordained Including 

Yrs_Relation_Admitted Admitted_Deacon_Elder_LP Yrs 

LLOYD, FRANK IRWIN, JR 5 E Montgomery,AL 1959 1959 1962 31 

Trans, from Ala. Conf., 1959; Bynum, 1958; ButnerComm, 1963; Pittsboro, 1968; Selma: 

Edgerton Mem., 1969; Fayetteville: Haymount (Assoc), 1971; Durham: Calvary, 1974; 

Newport: St James, 1980: Raeford, 1985; Snow Hill: Calvary, 1989. 
LOCKLEAR, BILL JAMES E Fayetteville 1980 1980 1983 8 

Associate. ProspecL Maxton, 1983; Rowland: Ashpole. 1985; Rowland Parish, 1987. 
LOFTIS.THOMASEDGAR E Durham 1961 1961 1964 29 

Assoc. Rockingham: First 1963; (AssocJ Jarvis Mem., 1967; St Matthews, 1970; Oxford, 

1974: Dunn: Divine St., 1977; Tarboro:St James, 1984; Goldsboro: St Paul, 1989. 
LOVELACE, HENRY NEAL E N.AR 1968 1968 1971 23 

Trans, from N. Ark., 1967; Tabernacle, 1967; Tabernacle-Morrow's Chapel, 1975; Creedmoor, 

1978; Zebulon, 1983; Apex, 1987. 
LOWDERMILK. WILLIAM PHIFER E Greenville 1956 1956 1960 34 

Student 1956; Culbreth Mem., 1958; Asst Dir. Public Relations, Meth. Coll., 1963; 

Dir. Public Relations, Meth. Coll., 1968; Asst to the President, 1974; Vice Pres. 

of Meth. Coll.. 1977; Vice Pres. for Church & Community Relations, Meth. Coll., 1985. 
LOWRY, JERRY 2 E Fayetteville 1983 1983 1987 7 

Robeson Co.Coop.Min., Assoc. (LP), 198L Branch St.(LP), 1982: Native Amer.Larger Parish,1985; 

Pembroke: First-West 1988; Pembroke: First, 1990. 
LOY, JAMES COLUMBUS E Durham 1961 1961 1962 29 

Kipling, 1961; New Hope, 1966; Calvary Mem., 1969; Raleigh: Macedonia, 1973; Raleigh: 

Pleasant Grove, 1983; Warrenton: Wesley Memorial, 1987. 
LOY, SAMUEL WHITE 5 E Durham 1986 1986 1988 4 

Walnut Grove, 1981; Phillips Chapel, 1984; Greenville: St James. Assoc., 1986. 
LUGAR, LAWRENCE EDWARD 4 R Virginia 1952 1954 1959 37 

SLP. St Paul-Sandy Cross, 1953; SLP, Mt Pleasant, 1954; Trans.Trom Va. Conf, 

I960; Assoc., Wilson: First 1960; Evansdale-Black Creek, 1962; Riverside, 1964; 

Wilson: West Nash, 1968; Mt Gilead: First, 1972; Fayetteville: Salem, 1974; 

Ahoskie, 1978; Du: McMannen, 1980; Raleigh: Ebenezer, 1984; Durham:St. Paul, 1986; 

Retired, 1989. 
LUPTON, JAMES GLENN 6 R Kinston 1962 1960 1962 22 

Seven Springs, 1962; Beech Grove, 1964; St Paul, 1965; South River, 1968; Angier, 1972; 

Salem, f976rRetired, 1982. 
MACLEAN, ROBERT ABNER 2 R Wilson 1958 1960 1962 28 

Eureka-Yeh/erton, 1958; Clinton Ct, 1960; Jerusalem, 1963; Asbury, 1965; New Hope, 

1969; Faison, 1970: Seaboard, 1972: Bladen, 1976; Silk Hope, 1977; Harkers Island 

1979: Broadway. 1981: Mamers, 1983; Retired, 1986. 
MADISON, JR., JOHN TALTON E Fayetteville 1984 1984 1986 6 

WI:WesleyMemoriaLAssoc.,(FLP),1983;WI:Wesley Memorial, Assoc.,1984; 

Fair Bluff-Cerro Gordo, 1987. 
MALLOY, DAVID OPHAN ALIA E Fayetteville 1987 1987 1990 3 

Hoffman: Fletcher's Chapel, 1980; Fletcher's Chapel-StPeter, 1982; 

Rowland: Cedar Grove-Salem, 1983. 
MANESS, TRACY AUBREY E Rocky Mt 1960 1960 1963 30 

Trans, from Ohio Conf., 1959; Morris Chapel, 1960; Assoc., Front St.1963; Providence, 1964; 

Chaplain USA.1965- Pastoral Couns.Kernersville Family Prac..l985;Fam.Life Spec.,MHC1986. 
MANGUM ROBERT LEE E Wilson #58 1958 1960 32 

Trans, from Kent Conf, 1958; Sandy Plains, 1963; Robeson Church and Comra. Cnt, 1977; 

Prospect, 1981. 
MANN, MILTON THOMAS E Wilmington 1959 1960 1961 31 

Tabernacle, 1959; Knightdale, 1961; Macon, 1962; Provident, 1965; Duke Chapel, 1970; 

Hertford, 1972; Wilmington: Trinity, 1977; Garber, 1984; Laurinburg:St.Luke,1987; 

Elizabeth City: First 1990. 
MANN, WILLIAM JOSEPH E Fayetteville 1971 1971 1974 19 

Student, Yale, 1971; Wilmington: Wesley Mem. (Assoc), 1973; Campus Ministry, NCSU, 1976; 

Dir. Cont. Ed., Duke Div. School, 1984; Asst.Dir.Rural Ch.Div.,Duke Endowmentl989. 
MARSICANO, LESLIE MONTFORT E Durham 1986 1986 1988 4 

AsstDean, Residential Life, Duke Univ., 1988; Leave of Absence, 1989; AsstDean of Students, 

Davidson College, 1990. 
MARTIN, DWIGHT EDWARD E W.OH 1983 1983 1988 4 

Trans.from W.OH, 1986: Fayetteville: Person Street, 1986; Rehoboth- 

Harris Chapel, 1989; Selma: Edgerton, 1990. 
MASON, GLENN ELDRIDGE 5 E Fayetteville 1984 1984 1988 6 

Saulston, 1979: Oriental, 1988. 
MASON. LEMUEL REYNOLDS, JR R WV 1954 1954 1956 9 

Trans, from W. Va., 1974; Oxford Circuit, 1974; Henderson: White Mem., 1977; New Hope- 

Purleyr 1982; Retired, 1983. 
MAULTSBY, JOSIAH ALEXANDER III E Fayetteville 1979 1979 1981 11 

Student Candler, 1979; Cary: First, Assoc., 1980; Moncure-Buckhorn, 1981; Chaplain, 

USN, 1983. 
MAY, RAEGANV. E N. TX 1987 1987 1990 3 

Chapel Hill: University, Assoc., 1988; Transf.from N.TX Conf, 1989. 
MAYO. LEONARD EDWARD 10 E Rocky Mt 1966 1958 1960 24 

Pikeviile, 1966; Asbury, 1968; Pine Forest 1969; Star, 1973; Rockingham: Roberdel, 1978; 

Sneads Grove. 1982; RO: Trinity-Zion, 1985. 
MCADAMS, JR., DAVID SARGENT E Fayetteville 1983 1983 1985 7 

Roanoke Rapids: First, Assoc., 1983; Cumberland, 1984; SA: St Luke, Assoc., 1985; 

Spring Hope, 1989. 



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— ' Appointment 

Lp Yrs Not 

Appointment Present First When Ordained Including 

Yrs Relation Admitted Admitted_Deacon_Elder_LP Yrs 



MCCARVER, CI YDE GAY R Raleigh 1944 1944 1946 38 

Roxboro Ct, 1944; Duke's ChapeL 1947; Sunset Park, 1951; Troy: Trinity, 1954; 

Washington: First, 1958; Chapel Hill: Univ. 1962; Wilm. DisL SupL 19661 Raleigh: 

Hayes &rton^l9)l; Rockingham DisL SupL, 1975; Word DisL SupL 1977; Retired, 1981 
MCCULLEN.BILLIE RUDOLPH 10 R Burlington 1964 1958 196 ° 2° 

InsL Che 1954; Faison Chg., 1957; Bethany, 1965; Oxford Chg., 1966; Pink Hill, 1968; 

VancebSro, 1969; Micro-Fellowhip, 1971; Whitley, 1980; Retired, 1984. 
MCDONALD, WALTER NEILL R Kinston 1950 1950 1952 37 

Riverside, 1950, Franklinton, 1953; Prof. Louisburg Coll, 1956; Retired 1987. 
MCFARLAND, bENAJO E Fayetteville 1988 1988 1990 2 

Elizabeth City: FirsL Assoc, 1988. 
MCKEE, ROBERT FULLERTON DL Burlington 1952 1952 1953 38 

Louisburg Coll., 1952; Garland, 1954; Chadbourn, 1955; Trinity, 1958; Richlands 1961; 

Bethel, 1967; Dunn: Divine Sl, 1973; Raleigh: Longview, 1977; Fuquay-Vanna, 1980; 

Creedmoor, 1983; Disability Leave, 1984. 
MCKENZIE, CHARLES ER WIN E Fayetteville 1975 1975 1977 17 

Student 1973; Eliz. City: First (Assoc.), 1975; Pasquotank, 1977; Moyock, 1982; Elizabeth 

MCKEN^E,°GEORGE ROBERT, JR. E Durham 1953 1953 1955 37 

Appointed to Attend Sch.,1953; Assoc., Jarvis Mem., 1954; SL Matthew, 1956; Dir. of Youth Work, 

1957; Wynnewood ParkJ960; Westminister, 1962; Eliz. City, 1968; Eliz. City. DisL SupL, 1970; 

Burlington:Front SL, 1974; Rocky Mount District SupL, 1984; Exec.Dir., CCOM, 1989. 
MCKITA, CARLETON PAUL E West Pa. 1950 1953 1954 7 

Trans.from W.PAConf, 1983; Spec. Apptm.,V.P. Dev. N. C Wesleyan College, 

1983; Mer, HospiceJ^ash Gen.Hosp, 1990. _ „„„ mMn 

MCLAMB, HOWARb MCKINNON P R Wilmington 1935 1937 1939 43 

Pink Hill, 1935; Fairmont, 1939; Ahoskie, 1945; Hamlet, 1949- Goldsl>oro DisL SupL, 

1954; Jarvis Mem., I960: Burlington: Davis St., 1961; Board of Evangelism, 1965; 

Greenville DisL SupL, 1970' Apex, 1975; Retired, 1978. 
MCLAURIN, HORACE LEE E Durham 1961 1961 1966 29 

Kitty Hawk, 1961; Moyock, 1964; Fletcher's ChapeL 1957; ML Hermon, 1971; Newport, 

1976; Durham: Calvary, 1980; Murfreesboro, 1984; Smyrna, 1988; New Bern: Trinity, 1990. 
MCLENDON, JAMES EARL DL Fayetteville 1981 1974 1986 9 

Spring Lake, 1981; Woodland L 1984; Cumberland, 1985; Disability Leave. 1987. 
MCMILLAN, SAMUEL DUNCAN, JR E New Bern 1957 1957 1961 33 

Trinity,1956-WeUonsVilIage,1959;SLMatthew's,1963;MLGilead,1968;Laurinburg:FirsL,1972; 

Henderson:FirsLl977;Cary: White Plains,1981;Wilmington District Supt.,1987. 
MCMILLAN, SAMUAL DUNCAN III E Durham 1986 1986 1989 4 

Roanoke RapidsTirst, Assoc,, 1986; Pikeville-ML Carmel, 1987. 
MCQUADE JAMES STANLEY E Irish Meth.Cont 1955 4 

Transfer from Western NC Conference, 1986; Chaplain, Meth. Students, Campbell Univ., 1986. 
MEACHAM, BENJAMIN FRANKLIN R New Bern 1936 1938 1940 40 

ML Gilead CL, 1936; SilerCity, 1940: Caledonia L 1941; Chaplain, USAF. 1942: Durham 

Ct, 1946; West Rockingham, 1946; Fayetteville CL, 1950; Chaplain USAF, 1951; SL 

Paul's, 1968; Retired, 1976. 
MEACHAM, WILLIAM FRANKLIN 7 R Raleigh 1954 1956 1958 20 

Morehead City: Franklin Mem.,1945; Stumpy Point, 1945; Crescelf 1947: Milton, 1949; 

Sandhills CL, 1959; Candor, 1960; Ellerbe, 1965; Supernumerary, 1974; Retired, 1977. 
MEADOWS, DANIEL EDGAR 10 R Greenville 1963 1956 1958 12 

Hatteras Charge, 1953; Bath, 1956; New Hope, 1959; Hollands-ML Zion, 1965; Bailey, 1967; 

Retired, 1975. 
MEASAMER, EL WIN HARRELL R Henderson 1930 1932 1934 40 

Town Creek, 1930; Newport, 1932; RougemonL 1934; Fairfield, 1936; Dover, 1937: Laurel 

Hill, 1938; Orange, 1942; Littleton Cl. f945; Whitakers. 1948; Kenh/, 1953; Aulander, 

1958- Spring Hope, 1960; First Meth. Wilson Assoc.,1963; Middlesex, 1965; Emergency 

Sick Leave, 1966^ Pine tops, 1967; Retired, 1970. 
MEGILL, GEORGE CASKEY E Kinston 1950 1951 1952 40 

Trans, from Okla. Conf, 1949; Westover-Pleasant Grove, 1950; Westover, 1953; Fellowship 

1954: SL Luke, 1959; Left for study in mission field (Brazil 1961); Missionary to 

Brazil. 1970, Trinity, 1990. 
MELVtN, BENJAMIN RAY E Fayetteville 1979 1979 1983 8 

Fayetteville, Person SL, 1983; Fayetteville: Trinity, 1986; Fayetteville: ChrisL 1988; 

Leave of Absence, 2/1/90: Pittsboro: FirsL 1990. 
MELVIN, THOMAS GREENE E Fayetteville 1979 1979 1983 7 

Coats, 1978: Lemon SpringsJ983; Lake Waccamaw, 1988. 
MERCER, CHARLES IJENRY R Wilson 1942 1943 1944 46 

Swansboro, 1943; Sunset Park, 1946; Fairmont: Trinity, 1951; Mebane, 1956; Smithfield: 

Centenary, I960, La urin burg: FirsL 1965; DisL SupL New Bern, 1968; Dir. Conf. Council 

On Min., 1973; DisL SupL, Durham. 1978; Roanoke Rapids: FirsL 1984; Retired, 1988. 
MERCHANT, MICH ELE WELLOMS E Fayetteville 1981 1981 1984 6 

Raleigh: Hayes Barton, Assoc., 1981; Raleigh: MorninesUr, 1986. 
METCALF. ELLEN HOPE E Fayetteville 1983 1983 1985 7 

Cary: White Plains, Assoc., 1983; Del: Duke Mem., Assoc., 1984; Evergreen, 1987. 
METHVIN, RAYFORD HOMER 2 R Fayetteville 1975 1974 1978 12 

Bladen, 1973, Union ChapeL 1976; Spring Hill, 1980; Pee Dee, 1984; Retired, 1986. 
MEWBORN, CHARLES HALL 2 R Durham 1953 1957 1959 15 

Battleboro, 1953; Windsor, 1954: Cherry PoinL 1960; St. John- Gibson. 1962; Robbins, 

1967- Tabor City, 1970; Rockingham: EasL 1974; Newland-Grace, 1976; Laurel Hill 1978; 

Lumberton: Asbury Pineview; 1982; Retired, 1985. 



67 



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LP FK Yn> Not 

Appointment Present First When Ordained Including 

Yrs Relation Admitted Admitted Deacon Elder LP Yrs 



MICKEY, PAUL ALBERT E E. OH 1962 1962 1966 14 

Trans, from East Ohio, 1976; Prof. Duke Div. School, 1976. 
MIDGETT, PELEG DAMERON III E New Bern 1957 1958 1960 33 

Oxford Ct, 1956; Chapel Hill: AJdersgate, 1961; Creedmoor, 1965: Seven Springs, 1966; 

Four Oaks, 1966; Newport: St James, 1970; Ocean View, 1975; Wallace, 1977; Southport, 

1982. 
MILLER JAMES HERBERT, JR R Sanford 1949 1949 1951 40 

Moyock, 1950; Westminster, 1951; Snow Hill: Calvary Mem., 1956, Goldsboro: St. Luke, 1961; 

Beaufort: Ann SL, 1965; New Bern: Centenary, 1970; Fayetteville Dist. SupL, 1973; Dir. 

Cont COM 1978; Cary: First, 1982; Retired, 1989. 
MILLER JOANNA CLAIRE E Fayetteville 1987 1987 1990 3 

Roanoke Rapids: First, Assoc., 1987; Battleboro-Clark St., 1989. 
MILLER, MEL VIN RAY R Tulsa, Okla. 1930 1933 1935 31 

Transfer from Central Tex. Conf., 1945; USA Chaplain, 1945; Arran Lake, 1966; 

Supernumerary, 1968: St Paul-Trinity, 1969; Retired, 1971. 
MINNICK, (CARLTON PRINTESS, JR. E VA 1954 1955 1957 6 

ML Airy, 1951; Goochland, 1954; Fermm: St James & Bible Prof., Ferrum College, 

1958; Westhampton, 1963; Williamsburg, 1967; Arlington: ML Olivet, 1973: Alexandria 

District Superintendent. 1978; MS ContBishop, 1980; NCContBishop, 1984. 
MINNIS, JESSE FRANK R High Point 1922 1922 1922 5 

M.P.Ch.Miss.to India.1 922-55; Pembroke,1956; Sanford:Trinity,I958: Lucama.1960, Retired,1961. 
MITCHELL, CHARLES MA>lESS R Rocky Ml 194$ 1944 1945 41 

Student Duke Univ., 1943; Atlantic, 1944; Beaufort, 1948; Havelock, 1949; Pikeville, 

1951; Aulander, 1954; Seaboard, 1958- Elm City, 1961; Exec. Sec. Meth. Minister's Credit 

Union, Raleieh, 1964. Managing Dir., Meth. Minister's Credit Union, 1974; Retired, 1984. 
MITCHELL, JOHN DAVID 5 E Burlington 1964 1966 1968 26 

Pine Level, 1960; Silk Hope, 1964; Piney Grove-Hickory Grove, 1968; Fayetteville: Victory, 

1973; Roanoke, 1977- Raleigh. Wesley Memorial, 1984: Ayden, 1989. 
MITCHELL WILLIAM KENNETH, JR. E Durham 1986 1986 1990 4 

Washington: Asbury, 1985; Conway, 1989. 
MOE, DAVID LAUGHLIN R Utica, NY. 1947 1947 1947 24 

Trans, from North N.Y. Conf., 1957: SL Matthews, 1957; Vass, 1961; Swansboro, 1964; 

Tabor City, 1968; Rose Hill, 1970; Carthage, 1974; Carrboro, 1976; Shallotte: Camp, 

1977: Retired, 1980. 
MOONEY, ROBERT CLEVELAND, JR. R Decatur, Ala. 1942 1943 1944 34 

Trans, from North Ala. Conf, 1947; Eastover, 1947; Duke Chapel, 1951; Grifton, 1953: 

Williamston, 1956: Southern Pines,1959; Lumberton: Chestnut St., 1963; Raeford, 1968; 

Graham: Firstl970: Cary: First,1975; Du:Asbury,1978- DL, 1980; Retired, 1981. 
MOORE, DONNA SUSAN E Fayetteville 1984 1984 1989 6 

Attend Sch., 1984; Clinton Circuit, 1985; Sharon, 1986; New Hope-Purley, 1988. 
MOORE, JACK WARREN R Chicago, I L 1958 1958 1960 13 

Trans.from Rock River Conf.,1960; Dean.NC Wesleyan Coll,1960; Prof.,NC Wesleyan Coll., 

1972; Retired, 1984. 
MOORE, ROBERT FREEMAN R Kinston 1950 1950 1952 37 

Aurora, 1950; Mayesville L 1954: Carthage, 1959; Red Springs, l%3^Garner: First, 1969; 

FA: Christ Church,1970; Swansboro, 1975; Grifton,1979; FairmontTrinity, 1981; 

Retired,1987; Bethesda. 1989. 
MOORE, SAMUEL STREET 8 R Rocky ML 1960 1957 1959 25 

Morehead: Franklin Mem., 1954; Cokesbury, 1960; Erwin, 1966; Goshen-Keener, 1972; Wendell, 

1976- Bailey, 1982; Retireci 1985. 
MCORMAN, JULIAN PIERCE R Holston 1942 1942 1942 11 

Trans, from Holston Conf., 1974; Chaplain NC DepL of Corrections, 1974; Retired, 1985. 
MORGAN, DEBORAH ANN LA Durham 1986 1986 1990 4 

Hermon, 1986; CPE Intern^ Duke Med.Ctr., 1988; Leave of Absence, 1990. 
MORGAN, ROBERT WHLTTELSEY E Durham 1961 1961 1964 29 

Assoc. Asbury, 1961; Assoc., Carr, 1962; Spring Hope, 1964; ML Zion, 1969; Wilson: 

Winstead, 1973: Enfield, 1979; New Sharon, 1985: Fairview, 1989. 
MORRIS, AL VIN JOSEPH 6 J E Fayetteville 1976 1968 1978 18 

Harrells Circuit, 1964; Magnolia, 1965, Oleander-Pine Valley. 1968; Mt. Gilead: 

First, 1974; Rowland: First,1976; Red Springs: Trinity, 1979; Burlington: Emmanuel, 1986 

Wesley ChapeL 1988, LA, 1988; Windsor, 1989. 
MORRIS, CLARENCE POE R Burlington 1932 1932 1938 44 

Orange, 1937; East Rockingham, 1942; Troy: Trinity, 1946; Exec. Sec. Meth. Board of 

Ed., f950: Assoc. Dir. Christian Nurture- Training, 1970; Camp Don-Lee and Mins. of Ed. 

Pamlico Parish, 1973: Retired, 1976. 
MORRIS, HOMER EbWARd E Fayetteville 1977 1977 1979 13 

Harlowe-Oak Grove, 1977; Wilmington: Fifth Ave, 1981; Burgaw, 1985; Whiteville, 1990. 
MORRISON, CHARLES KENNETH 1 E Fayetteville 1974 1974 1978 16 

Spring-Garysburg, 1973; Trinity, 1976; Nashville, 1978; Emmanuel, 1982; Roanoke Rapids: 

Rosemary, 1986: Durham: Epworth, 1990. 
MORRISON, JOHN EDWARD E Fayetteville 1973 1973 1976 17 

Hart-Speight, 1965; West Halifax, 1967; Roanoke Rapids: FirsLAssoc., 1972; New Bern: 

Riverside, 1975; COM Staff, 1977; Troy: Trinity, 1982; DU: Trinity, 1985; Roxboro: Long 

Mem., 1988. ' ' 

MORROW FLOYD RANSOME E Fayetteville 1978 1978 1982 11 

Pleasant Grove-Ashpole, 1974; Macon, 1975; Sandy Cross, 1979; Shady Grove, 1984; Marrow's 

Chapel, 1985. 



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Appointment 

LP Yrs Not 

NAME Appointment Present First When Ordained Including 

Yrs RelationAdmitted AdmittedDeaconElder LP Yrs 

MOSELEY, CHARLES KAY E Fayetteville 1978 1978 1982 11 

Rougemont, 1977; Belhaven: Trinity, 1981; Maury-Mt Herman, 1982; Clinton: Grace,1985; 

Sautston, 1988. 
MOSER LENA RACHEL TUCKER E WNC 1975 1975 1978 12 

Trans, from Western NCConL 1977; RockyMt: First Min. of Ed., 1977; Red Oak, 1979; 

LA.1981: West Halifax, 1982; Lumberton: Chestnut St.Assoc., 1987; Staff, Robeson Co. 

& Com. Ctr, 1990. 
MOSER, RICK ALTON 1 E Fayetteville 1976 1976 1978 14 

Red Oak, 1976; Rocky Mt: Clark St, 1979; Scotland Neck, 1983; Caledonia, 1987. 
MOSER ROBERT EDWARD LEE R Greensboro 1934 1934 1938 42 

Spencer, 1934; Fountain Place, 1936; Clark St, 1940; Vance , 1945; Gardner-Ebenezer, 

1950; Garner, 1953; Trinity, 1958; Raeford, 1962; Burl: Davis St, 1968; Retired, 1976. 
MULLEN, RODERIC LYNN E Durham 1986 1986 1988 4 

Durham: Duke Memorial, Assoc., 1986; Garner: First Assoc., 1987; Rougemont, 1990. 
MURPHY, MILES, JR. E Raleigh 1956 1956 1958 34 

Lauringburg Ct, 1956; Red Springs, 1959; Chaplain USAF, 1964; Chaplain, VA Hosp.,1967. 
MURRAY, ERIC OCTXVIOUS 2 R Raleigh 1965 1960 1963 18 

Allensdale, 1965; Union Chapel, 1968; Hollands, 1974; Asbury-Dover, 1975; Faith, 1976; 

Retired, 1980. 
MUSSER. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN R Rocky Mt 1943 1945 1946 26 

Spring Hope, 1943; Elm City, 1948; Seaboard, 1952; Nashville, 1956; Rocky Mt: Englewood, 

1961,%vrightsville, 1965; Retired, 1969. 
MYERS, CHARLES DONALD LA Durham 1972 1972 1974 14 

Halifax, 1970; Fayetteville: St Andrews, 1975; Haw River, 1977; Sabbatical Leave, 1981; 

Oxford: Salem, 1982; Leave of Absence, 1986. 
NAGEL DONALD CHARLES E Durham 1961 1961 1963 29 

Student Duke Div. Sch., 1961; Cary: First Assoc., 1963- Hollands, 1965; Student, NCSU; 

1967; Student, UNC 1969; Norfolk Med. Intern, 1972; Residence in Family Practice, 

Newport News, 1973; Asst Prof. UNC-Asheville, 1975; Med.Dir.,Alcohol Rehab.Ctr., 

Black Mtn., 1988. 
NAIDER, KONSTANTLY MARSELI R Warsaw, Poland 1926 1926 1926 44 

Missionary to Polishpeople in N.C Conf., 1953; Retired, 1972 
NANNEY. ROY KEITH E Fayetteville 1978 1978 1980 12 

Vance, 1978- Pasquotank, 1982; Fayetteville: Culbreth^mi 
NEESE WILLIAM JUNIUS R Wilmington 1940 1942 1944 40 

Eno, 1940; Marvin-St Paul, 1941; Elm City, 1943; Ellerbe, 1947; Jonesboro, 1952; WI: 

Fifth Aven.; 1957; Roanoke Rapids, 1959; FA: Haymount, 1965; Wilmington Dist Supt, 

1971; Gold: St PauL 1975; Retired, 1980. 
NEWMAN, WILLIAM WINTER E Rocky Mt 1966 1966 1968 24 

High Towers.l966;BU:Front St. Assoc., 1968; Apex, 1969;Staff NC Coun.of Churches,1970;No Apptmt, 

1973;Staff Migrant & Seasonal Farm Workers Assoc.,1974;Yanceyville,1982;Prospect,1986; 

Ebenezer, 1989. ^ 

NICKS, ROBERT LEE R Henderson 1946 1945 1948 35 

Burlington Ct, 1947; Bahama, 1950. Trinity, 1951; Meth. Home for Children, 1956; 

Wilm:Grace, 1962: Calvary, 1965; Beaufort, 1970; Smithfield: Centenary, 1975; Disability, 

1977. Retired, 198i. J 3 

OBRIENT, CLARENCE EDGAR 1 E Fayetteville 1974 1974 1978 16 

Silk Hope, 1973; Currituck, 1977; Milwaukee, 1979; Marshallberg-Smyrna. 1983; Hookerton, 

1986, Dublin, 1988; Manns Harbor, 1990. 
O'KEEF, ROBERT DAVID E Fayetteville 1975 1975 1978 15 

Asbury-Bethlehem, 1974; Rockingham, Glenwood, 1976; Kinston: Queen St.Assoc., 1978; 

Windsor, 1980; CH: Orange, 1985; Richlands, 1988; Beulaville, 1989. 
OLD, MARSHALL ROY E Fayetteville 1973 1973 1976 17 

Attend Sch., 1973; Jacksonville: Trinity, Assoc., 1975; Oak Grove, 1979; Carthage, 1984; 

Graham: First 1988. 
OLDHAM KIRK BRADLEY E FL 1983 1983 1986 

Transffrom FL 1990- Chap., NC Wesleyan College & Whitakers, 1990. 
OLIVER, JAMES RALPH 6 E Burlington 1964 1964 1967 26 

Chestnut Ridge, 1964; Assoc., Long Mem., 1966; Brookdale-Brookland, 1967; Knightdale, 1971; 

Durham: Lakewood, 1972; Elm City, 1975; Ocean View, 1980; Pembroke: First-Calvary, 1984; 

Goldsboro: Providence, 1988. 
ORMOND, JOHN KERN R Raleigh 1937 1939 1941 40 

Princeton, 1937, Carrboro, 1938; Oriental, 1939; Chaplain, U.S.Army, 1942; Benson, 1945; 

Ahoskie, 1949, Trinity, 1953; Trans, to N.M. Conf, 1958; Trans, from N.M. Conf, 1960; 

Bailey, 1960; Farmville, 1962; Garner, 1964; Hamlet: First, 1969; Eliz. City: First 

1971- Retired, 1977. } 

ORMOND, JOHN KERN, JR. E Raleigh 1965 1965 1969 24 

Assoc.,Edenton St,1969;Ministry In and To Society,1974;Couns.,Ctr.for Growth 

& Dev..l978, Couns., Parkside Clinic, 1990. 
OSBORN, ROBERT TAPPAN E Seattle, Wash. 1954 1954 1955 36 

Trans, from Pacific N.W. Conf, 1954; Prof. Duke Univ., 1954. 
CULTON, JO-ANN MERRITT E Fayetteville 1973 1973 1978 15 

Student 1973: Wilmington: Wesley Mem, 1976: Caldeonia, 1979; Leave of Absence, 1981; 

Carver's Creelc 1983; Love Joy-Macedonia, 1986; Angier, 1990. 
OSTEEN, EDWARD POWELL JR. ^ Fayetteville 1984 1984 1987 6 

Raleigh: Highland, Assoc.. 1984; Durham: Resurrection, 1987. 
OWEN, JOHN MALLOY III E Burlington 1952 1953 1954 38 

Greenville: St James, 1953; Clayton, 1959; Raleigh: St Mark's, 1964; New Bern District 

Supt, 1980; Greenville: Jarvis Memorial, 1984; Goldsboro District Supt, 1988. 



69 



LP Appointment 

NAME Appointment Present First When Or^;,,^ t Y Pi^ ot 

■ Yrs_Reiation_Admitted A Smi,?ed De^on^er 1 "^ 

Conwav, 1983:Sa!em, 1984 fc "yetteville 1983 1983 1986 7 

owens, cHAkLES Edward f rw»,, m ,«« ,„r 

Trans, to Chile Annual Conf., 1955; Trans, from Texas Conf Kitten Pt a „i, ri. 195 . 3 1953 1953 3 ? 

BSBlaK^ddaBs^ - - - 

^SHnm^ ™«w*^°|-«8rakw7? w i985 ,987 5 
SS«Ka«aS ffl 1955 37 

PATTEN BROOK*?' 

PEASS.H 7 45S'fe?S« w ' " 8 °: *»>™- 1*3: Newport St jimes. 1988.' ' 

PEELE?!Srr&Ht»ivwfi N > EN C *"»'"""°-l** S,n,s.l962; Cb.p VA1966 rfe.ir.d 1984. 

JBf^ ,«»' *W •*;,?-£«■■. 1^ Ore...,,,: JHU* 2 "" * 

cS^siloi CoS? SSI ? '10™ rt" «„M»»W "<l Cimping. Conf Conn, on Min.. 1974; 

PHIliirefoRAD^ PAlVlII ,8h ^ ^ '^ P 4 H.ymon.1. 1980; Re,i,W, ,983 
S&^, R «^^ f «"»^l*"* 1966 1 '§r„, i „ 962 1%5 * 



70 



Appointment 

LP Yrs Not 

Appointment Present First When Ordained Including 

Yrs Relation Admitted Admitted Deacon Elder LP Yrs 



i.ui i nidiiic <x I iciu ociv., »jd\jivi, iyoo. 

)RGE WILLIAM, JR R Lynchburg, VA 1943 

Va. Cont, 1956; West Rockingham, 1956; St Mark's. I960; Wallace. 1964; 
Fifth Avenue, 1968; Burlington: West Burlington, 1974; Disability, 1978; 



PICKETT, HAROLD THURMAN E Rocky Mount 1960 1960 1965 30 

Shallotte, 1960; Carrols Ch.-Sneads Ferry, 1963; Aulander, 

1965; Silk Hope Ct, 1968; Cobb Ct, 1970; St. John's-Gibson, 1975; West End, 1977; 

Whitakers, 1979; Belgrade-Tabernacle, 1983; South Mills, 1987. 
PINNER WILLIAM RICKMAN 7 E Fayetteville 1977 1970 1981 16 

Perquimans, 1968; Assoc. Membership, 1974; Lucama-Sims, 1974; Durham: Pleasant 

Green, 1976; Kenry-Buckhorn, 1980; Concord, 1984; Wilson: Winstead, 1988. 
PLYLER LORENZO PIERCE 6 R York. Pa. 1955 1957 1959 24 

Trans, from N. Iowa Conf, 1969; Prof., Methodist College, 1969; Retired 1983. 
POE JOHN ROBERT, SR R New Bern 1935 1938 1940 38 

Hatteras, 1935; Aulander, 1937; Newport, 1941: Trenton, 1944; Swepsonville, 1946; W. 

Burlington, 1950; Fuquay Springs, 1961; StPauL 1965; RaleighTrinity, 1966; Retired,1973. 
POLLOCK, CHARLES LUTHER 5 E Tayetteville 1974 1974 1977 16 

Lyon Mem., 1969; Holly Springs. 1970; Turkey, 1972; Wake Forest, 1974; Fayetteville: 

Christ 1978; Richlands, 1981; Washington: First, 1985- Raleigh: North Raleigh, 1989. 
POLLOCK, HENRY FULTON R McKeesport, PA 1928 1928 1930 14 

Trans, from Pa. Cont, 1953: Maury-Mt Herman, 1953; Goshen, 1957; Kenly. 1959; Atlantic, 

1960; Beech Grove, 1962; Woodington, 1963; Kinston Ct, 1965: Retired, 1967. 
PONDER REGINALD WALLACE E Wilmington 1959 1959 1961 31 

Student Pastor, Fayetteville: Loveioy-Macedonia, 1958; Burlington: Leasburg, 1962: 

Rocky Mt.: Englewood, 1966- Sanford: St Luke, 1970; New Bern District Supt, 1978 

Raleigh District Supt, 1980; Rocky Mt: First, 1983; ExDir.,SEJ COM 1987. 
POPETHOMAS ARNOLD 2 R Greenville 1956 1956 1958 25 

Stokes, 1956; Smith, 1957; Winstead, 1962; Franklinton, 1966; Meth. Coll., Spec. Appt, 

1967] Dean of Students, Meth.Coll., 1970; Asst Prof, Meth. ColL 1973; Retired, 1$81. 
PORTER ERNEST RAY 2 E Gulfport, Miss. 1959 1959 1963 29 

Trans, from Miss. Conf, 1961; Bethseda, 1959; Union Grove, 1961; Associate, Hayes 

Barton, 1962; Selman, 1964: Westminster, 1968; Assoc. Dir., Prog. Council Witness, 

Outreach & Involvement 1971; New Bern: Centenary, 1973: Goldsboro Dist Supt, 1980; 

Dir., CCOM 1982; Ex. Dir., Methodist Retirement Homes, 1985; Morehead City: First, 1986; 

Re2_Dir.Off.of Finance & Field Serv., GBGM 1988. 
PORTS, GEORGE WILLIAM JR^ R Lynchburg, VA 1943 1945 1946 

Trans, from Va. Cont, 1956; 

Wilmington: F 

Retired: 1984. 
POTTER\ BENJAMIN FRANKLIN, JR E Greenville 1963 1963 1969 27 

Rockingham: First, 1967- Bellmont 1968; Columbia: Wesley Mem., 1968; Princeton, 1972; 

Durham: Aldersgate, 1975: Grad. Sch., Wright State Univ., 1981; Broughton Hosp., 

Clin. Psych. Intern, 1983; Dir.,Psy.Services,Gaston-Lincoln Mental HeaT > rograms,1983. 
POULK, ROBERT MCDONALD 7 R Rocky Mount 1960 1956 1958 29 

Beaufort Circuit, 1953; Salem, 1958; Fayetteville: Culbreth Mem., 1965; Selma: Edgarton- 

Brietz. 1973; Ahoskie, 1980, Retired, 1989. 
PRESNELL, WILLIAM MICHAEL E Favetteville 1974 1974 1978 16 

Rock Creek, 1974, Riverside, 1977; Maxton: St Paul's, 1981; Windsor, 1985; Kitty Hawk,1989. 
PRITCHARD, RALPH WILLIAM R Bedford, Ind. 1935 1936 1937 22 

Trans, from Ind. Conf, 1953; Rich Square, 1953; Fayetteville: Wesley Hgts., 1958; 

Cordova, 1961; Swepsonville, 1967; Raleigh: Wesley Mem., 1971; Disabflty Leave, 1974; 

Retired, 1975. 
PRIVETTE TOMMY GORDON E Fayetteville 1978 1978 1982 9 

Roxboro: Longhurst 1978; Littleton, 1980; Loveioy-Macedonia, 1983; Pleasant Hill, 

1986; Hope Mills, 1990. 
PRIVETTE, WILLIAM EDWARD E Durham 1972 1972 1976 18 

Middlesex,1968,Hebron,1971;Fairview,1975;Apex,1978:SouthernPines,1981;Kinston:OueenSt,1987. 
PRUETT.VICKtESUE E WV 1984 1984 1990 1 

Troy Circuit 1986: Transf.from WVConf, 1989; CPE Intern, NC Mem. Hosp., 1990. 
PULLMAN, ROBERT STANFORD E New Bern 1957 1957 1961 32 

Attend Sch., 1957; Pasquotank, 1959; Wanchese, 1961; Laurinburg: Saint Luke, 1965; Student 

Candler Sch.of Theology, Emory Univ., 1969: New Bern: Centenary, Assoc., 1971; Burlington: 

Front Street, Assoc., 1972: Fayetteville: St Matthews, 1974; Aberdeen, 1978; Plymouth, 1982; 

Red Springs: Trinity, 1986; Goldsboro: St Luke, 1990. 
PURCELLTEUGENE GEORGE, JR. R Rocky Mt 1943 1944 1945 37 

Glen Raven, 1943; Fair Bluff, 1949; Ahoskie, 1953; Pikeville, 1958; Prof, Atlantic 

Christian Coll., 1961- Retired, 1982 
QUEEN, VERGIL ER WIN R Fayetteville 1939 1941 1943 36 

Carrboro, 1939, Haymount, 1945; Wilmington Dist Supt, 1952; Duke Mem., 1956; Prof. 

Duke Univ., 1958; Eliz. City: First, 1959; Sanford Dist, 1964; So. Pines, 1970; 

Disability Leave, 1974; Retired, 1974. 
RADFORD, JACK RUSSELL E Fayetteville 1983 1983 1986 7 

Vance^ 1983; Wake Forest, 1986. 
RANDOLPH, FRANCIS RODERICK R Wilson 1958 1960 1961 22 

Gray Rock, 1958; Bethseda, 1960; Kenry, 1963; Stantonsburg, 1964; Wallace, 1968; Durham: 

Calvary, 1970; Greenville: St James, 1974; Sabbatical, 1977;Leave of Absence, 1978; 

Ral: St James, Assoc, 1979 L Retired, 1981. 
RAY, ROBERT HENDERSON E Fayetteville 1976 1976 1980 14 

Bonlee (SLP), 1975; Bonlee, 1976; West End, 1979: Laurinburg: Central, 1986; Mgr.Dir., 

Camp Chestnut Ridge, 1989; Leave of Absence, 4/1/90; Magnolia, 1990. 
REAVIS. JR., JAMES LEWIS E Fayetteville 1981 1981 1986 9 

Mt Carmel-Hermon, 1981; Sandy Cross, 1984. 



71 



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NAME Appointment Present First Wh*>n rv^ a , ^1^°' 

_Y re _ReUtion_Adm7tted A^ed ^T^J^k 

REDMOND, ROBERT CHARLES 2 E KY , Q "n ,«^, ~" 

%^^igZj$i#$l^^-™;™%™*«^ " 73 " 76 ,5 

Aulander, 1951, Edenton, 1954; Riverside, 1959; Goshen -Keener 1 961 Clark S, l«tf* 951 1952 33 

w p Sb^S^ ! ^5^^" te ^^'«^^ £ 1964 1971 26 

ROSMrpr™wq o Armed Forces, 1 982; Retired^ 1 989. 

atfe8Ksapa-«*--MBr ::: ,m ,m - 

R8sir^ 96 cMi d K»^ ;F '™"' M - 1975 ,%4 m " n 

rL'b?^ ^Tv' °* ' m - *~ ^ "* 4 D " k ^^'™ = &- '« ,96 ° " 

iS8?iitekS^^ , ^^ c *2r& "" "" ,98 ' 4 

^S?!^&» 1: Kin- ,*, ;BM «|. 19 ^BSS > fe ,„,!«« •*» ■« 29 



^^jWLLlAMDEVINEIII 6 E Greenville 1QM ,*« 



Greenville 1%3 1963 1%5 

"" Wallace. 1973; Epworth, 



m6 ,e i5a e .^h ha F dyGrOVe ' mf^ d ^ ™> GarlerjS?willL. 
Fi5l988 8 Fairm ° nt ' 1981 ; A**™- Dir . CCOM, 1984; troy: trinity, T&5; Gar£r 

SAFLEY MICHAEL WAYNE E Favettevill^ 107T 10-77 

^^^^^^"^^fi^iiJa 1976 ,979 

SCcW^JULIaTwaRREN' 198?; ^tE—ft* H-neU. Centenary, 1990. '^° r °' 
f^£»SPf : « kC ' "ff EvansdL-BSSe, 1969; ^J* 1 ™ 2 * 

scprr paul batteux, jr E Wlkon , Q r R 

J b ^ e K ss&s ine a,ley,,977; New Bern: Trini,y ' ^ 82; 

SCROGG^ ROBIN JERTOME " aL ' ISW - 2 E Favetteville ]9SS iq „ 1Q ,, 

Sfir^"' »* **»* «* NewLdJr^T*; Go.dslZ dSs ^ 
^^^^^^i!^^^ ™< 19?0 19?6 



1976 



E Wilson 1958 1958 1958 



72 



' — " Appointment 

LP Yrs Not 
NAME Appointment Present First When Ordained Including 
YrsRelation Admitted Admitted Deacon Elder LP Yrs 

SEAWELL, WILLIAM ALBRIGHT. SR. 2 R Kinston 1950 1950 1956 31 

Pittsboro, 1950; Salem-Chapel, 1952; Hillsboro, 1956; Grace-Longhurst 1958; Carr, 1961; 

Grace, 1965: Elizabeth City r First, 1970; Ral: Millbrook, 1971; Du: Asbury, 1974; 

Disability, 1978; Retired, 1981. . M „ tMn %tin 

SEXTON; KENNETH BRYAN R Burlington 1952 1952 1953 36 

Durham Ct 1952: Roxboro Ct, 1953; Erwin, 1958; Bethel, 1%2; Roseboro, 1967; Hamlet: 

First, 1971; Ral: Westover. 1975; Retired, 1988. 
SHAN NONHOUSE, RICHARD DELANO E Fayetteville 1975 1975 1979 15 

Student, Duke, 1975; Woodland 1977; Pastoral Care & Ed. Dept, Presbyterian Med. 

Center, 1981; Dir.,PastCare & Ed„Meth.Hosp,Jacksonville,FL,1985. 



SHARPE WILLIAM GRAY IV E Durham 1961 1961 1963 29 

BU: Front St Assoc., 1960; Ral: Benson Mem. ,1963; BU: Front St Assoc., 1969: Dir. 

Publications and Chaplain, Elon Coll., 1972; Campus Minister/Dir. Wesley Found.NCSU 1984. 
SHAW, CASWELL EURE JR. 3 E Burlington 1964 1964 1966 26 

Temperance Hall, 1%1; Nash, 1964- BU: Front St, Assoc., 1966; White Plains, 1967; 

Tarboro: St James, 1973; Graham: First, 1981; Greenville: St James, 1984; Rocky Mt 

SHEETS, ROBERT BRANSON III E Fayetteville 1987 1987 1989 3 

Fuguay-Varina, Assoc., 1987; Bailey, 1990. 
SHEPPARD, DENNIS ROY E Fayetteville 1978 1978 1981 12 

Attending Duke Div. School 1978; Lemon Springs, 1980; Coats, 1983; Norlina, 1987; 

Hopewell, 1989. 
SHERMAN, WILLIAM WELBY, JR. E W. Minister, MD 1953 1953 1956 37 

Appointed to Attend Sch., 1953; Wake Forest- You ngsville, 1953; Vance, 1955; Scotland Neck, 

1959; Havelock: First 1964; Chapel Hill:Alderegate, 1969; Troy: Trinity, 1974; Coordinator, 

Ministerial Relations, 1978; Rockingham Dist Supt, 1983; New Bern: Centenary, 1989. 
SHIELDS, ROBERT STRONG E Fayetteville 1985 1985 1990 5 

Pleasant Green, 1984; Raleigh: Westover, 1990. 
SHIVER, JAMES HENRY 1 R Fayetteville 1958 1959 19 

Wilmington, 1959; Hamlet-Philadelphia, 1968; St Peters-Philadelphia, 1969; Rowland: 

Cedar Gr.- Salem, 1971: Red Springs-Rhyne Memorial, 1973; Retired, 1978. 
SHOAF, EARLY CLIFFORD R Charlotte 1952 1952 1954 38 

Merritts-Orange, 1952; Lillington, 1953; Min. of Ed. Duke Mem., 1957; Min. Of Ed.. 

Edenton St, 1961; Edenton, 1963; St Matthews, 196S; Fremont, 1969; Dir. Field Educ, 

Duke Univ., 1972; Mebane, 1978; Mt Olivet 1982; Assoc. Dir., CCOM 1985; Retired, 1990. 
SHOCKLEY, GRANT SNEED R S.NJ 1943 1943 1944 6 

Transferred from Little Rock Conference, 1984. Professor, Duke Divinity School, 1984; 

Retired, 1989. 
SHORT, JAMES MILLARD E Greenville 1965 1965 1967 33 

Mt Gilead Circuit, 1956; Pekin Circuit, 1960; Bynum, 1963; Bonlee, 1968; Siler City: 

West End, 1971; Broadway, 1975: Retired, 1978- Reinstated. 1979; Jones Chapel-Hickory 

Mt, 1979; Wesley-Black's Chapet 1982; Biscoe-Bascom's, 1985; Belgrade-Tabernacle, 1987. 
SHULER, ALBERT E Fayetteville 1976 1976 1979 14 

Student, Duke, 1976; Granville-Vance, 1977; FA: John Wesley, 1980; Assoc.Dir., 

CCOM 1988- Durham District Superintendent 1990. 
SIMONTON, CHARLES ALISON, JR. 2 E Memphis 1955 1957 1959 35 

Roueemont, 1955; Glendale Heights, 1959: Fayetteville: Christ, 1964; Durham: Epworth, 

19697 Lumberton: Chestnut Street, 1974; N. C Christian Advocate, 1976. 
SIMPSON, WILLIAM CARL, JR. E AL-W. FL 1966 1966 1968 22 

Trans, from Ala.-W. Fla. Cont, 1968- Rocky Mt: St Paul, 1968; Duke Div. School: Asst 

Dir., Field Ed.. 1969; Dir. Ed. 1971; Durham: Aldersgate, 1972; Kitty Hawk, 1975; Hamlet: 

First 1980- Wilmington: Wesley Memorial, 1984; Raleigh: Edenton Street 1989. 
SKINNER, ROBERT OGLE K Durham 1986 1986 1988 4 

Lea's Chapel-Warren's Grove, 1986; Maxton-St Paul, 1988; Neoga Grace/Etna 

Che ! ,Chicagp,IL(426. 1 J J990. 
SMITH. ALBERT CLAYTON E Fayetteville 1974 1974 1976 15 

New Hope-Purley, 1974, Franklinton, 1981; LA, 1984;Ex.Dir .Hinton Rural Life Ctr.,1984. 
SMITH, BOBBY EUGENE E Chapel Hill 1969 1969 1986 8 

Bynum, 1969; Atlantic, 1970; Pamlico Parish, Assoc., 1973; Trenton, 1976; Hawkins-Tabor, 

1980. Hopewell, 1984; Star, 1989. 
SMITH, CAROLYN REED E Durham 1986 1986 1990 4 

Jones ChapeL 1985; Mt. Pleasant, 1988. 
SMITH, CHARLES COOPER 5 E Fayetteville 1981 1975 1985 10 

Perkins,(FLP) 1974; Bethel, (AM), 1979; Bethel, 1981; Roxboro: Grace, 1983; 

Jacksonville: Pine Valley, 1987. 
SMITH, CHARLES MICHAEL 5 E Greenville 1963 1963 1967 25 

Ch. of Scotland, Sr. Ass't Min, 1965; Dellwood, 1966; Duke Med.Div, 1968; Voluntary 

Location, 1969; Durham: Trinity, Assoc, 1970; Greenville: Jarvis Mem. Assoc, 1971; 

Durham: Parkwood, 1974; Roxboro: Long Mem, 1978; Goldsboro Dist Superintendent, 1982; 

Raleigh, Highland, 1988. 
SMITH, GEORGE CALVIN DL Durham 1972 1969 1974 18 

Bndeeton, 1971; Morehead City: Franklin Mem, 1972; Magnolia, 1974; Kipling-Cokesbury, 

1977; Bethel-Lebanon, 1981; Pamlico Parish, 1985; Tabor City: St Paul, 1989 

Disability Leave, 1990. 
SMITH, HAYWOOD ALLAN E Fayetteville 1978 1978 1982 9 

H °b£°<4 1977 i Jacksonville: Trinity, Assoc, 1981; Graham:Christ-Cedar Cliff, 1984. 
SMITH, IRA HILDRETH E Fayetteville 1980 1980 1984 10 

Lumberton Circuit, 1980; Bladen, 1982; Asbury-Bethlehem, 1984; Roberdel, 1989. 



73 



NAN/fF LP Appointment 

AMt Appointment Present First When OrH, a t Y r s ]^ ot 

Yrs_Re.ation_Admi.ted Admitted De^c"^.^^^ 

SMITH, JOHN THOMAS (TOMMY) 7 F r ••■ ,„ 

.MSiEasswesa^^^s*- ~ « »•• » 
2«!fH- s '=--~~-?«f=s».«e..,';a -» » 

aaiaaiiBsiB-ate-*' ~ " 

mssitMBffi<^*^"&8$* ,98 * ™ i9fc io 

SPAULDING, DAVID VIRGIL f v .. i- 

jasasifi&aftwH'^s* :: ,977 " 8i " 

SFQNmEnb ^JAjLt^m^fmI? ?_ rI,n g ton: Emmanuel, 1988. y ' 

^B_affiS®^'-."--^c4««Rai « « - « 

S_§_»^^-^.>^ *"-""• ,975 ,975 1978 i5 

®Sfe^^ s ^^ l954 l954 ,957 * 



74 



Appointment 

LP Yrs Not 

NAME Appointment Present First When Ordained Including 

Yrs_Rela tionAdm itted Ad m ittedDeaconElde r_LP Yrs 

STATON, JESSE CLOMAN. JR. 3 E Fayetteville 1972 1972 1976 11 

Middleburg, 1972; Bethel 1973; Newton Grove, 1975; Hatteras, 1977; 

HonorableXocation, 1979; Belhaven (FLP), 1982; Aulander (FLP), 1984; 

Readmitted FC 1986; Aulander, 1986; Gaston, 1987; MtPleasant-Middlesex,1990. 
STATON, JESSE CLOMAN, SR R Raleigh 1954 1956 1958 32 

Aurora, 1954; Kinston: St John, 1958; Friendship, 1961; Windsor, 1966; Bethseda, 1970; 

Pamlico Parish, 1976; Stantonsburg, 1983; Morehead City:FrankIin Mem.,1984;Retired,1986. 
STEINMETZ DA VID> CURTIS E W. OH 1959 1959 1961 18 

Trans, from E Penn,, 1972; Assoc., Prot Div. School, Duke Univ.. 1972. 
STEPHENSON, MARION OSBORNE R Washington 1934 1934 1938 47 

Chowan, 1934; Lakewood, 1935; Morehead City, 1939; Chaplain, U.^. Navy, 1942; Battle- 

boro, 1965; Whitakers-Battleboro, 1969; Ral: Edenton St, ^soc., 1973; Retired, 1981. 
STOKES, JAMES CARLISLE,, JR. R WNC 1966 1966 1969 16 

Trans, from W.N.C Conf, 1972; St Mark, N. Kinston Parish, 1972; Wi: Sunset Park, 1973: 

Kenansville-Parish, 1976; Hookerton, 1980; Fairview, 1982; RO: Glenwood, 1985; Retired, 1988. 
STOKES, JOHN LEMACKS III E SC 1963 1963 1967 17 

Trans, from Okla. JL 1973;Assoc.Prof.,UNC-WI,1973;Asst.Dean i UNC-WI,1977. 
STONE AMOS HENRY R 6urham 1953 1953 1957 33 

Trans.from Baltimore Conf.,1953; Swan Quarter,1953; Winstead,1957; Person St,l%2;Hope Mills, 

1966; Ral:StJames, 1%8; Warsaw, 1974; Hertford, 1977; RowlandTirst, 1980; Retired,1986. 
STONE WILLIAM DENVER E WV 1956 1957 1959 17 

Trans.from Singapore-Malaya Conf, 1973; Missionary to Malaysia. Missionary to Singapore, 1980. 
STONE RICHARD LEON E Fayetteville 1979 1979 1982 9 

Attending Duke Div. Sch., 1979; Ellis Chapel 1980; Caledonia, 1981; Wendell 1987. 

storrs, Robert burt on, jr. r n.al 1973 1973 1978 5 

Nasjh 1973: Goldsboro, 1978; Leave of Absence, 1979, Retired, 1980. 
STOTT, ELBERT RUSSELL R Wilson 1958 1958 1961 28 

Attend Sch;, 1958: Apex, 1964; Wake Forest-Youngsville, 1966: Asst Prof, 

LouisburgColL1969; ProLLouisburgColL 1970; Whitakers, Goldston, 1974; 

CH: Amify, 19/8; LA, 11/1&/84; Retired, 19%. 
STROCK, STEPHEN FLOYD SWART^ E Fayetteville 1980 1980 1982 8 

Lucama-Sims, 1979; Red Oak, 1981- Chap., Meth. Home for Child., 1984; Leave of Absence, 1984; 

Browning-Smith, 1986: Prospect 1989. 
STROTHER, JONATHAN ERIC 3 E Fayetteville 1984 1984 1988 6 

Macon, 1982; Raleigh: Haye s Barton, Assoc., 1986; Rose HilL 1989. 
SUMMEY, JAMES LESTER E Durham 1972 1972 1976 18 

Goldston, 1971: St Luke. 1974; Amity, 1976; Tabor City, 1978: Warrenton: 

Wesley Mem, 1982; Nashville, 1984; Garner: St Andrews, 19&. 
SUPPLEE THOMAS BRINTON 2 E Fayetteville 1981 1981 1987 9 

Cedar Island-Sea Level(LP),1979;Cedar Island-Sea Levell981;New Hope- 

Woodland,1983,Moyock, 1987; Hollands, 1990. 
SUTTON, /AMES EARL 7 E Greenville 1963 1964 1966 27 

Hornes-Mt.Zion, 1956; Hart-Speight 1959; Milwaukee, 1962; Roanoke Ct, 1967; Queen St, 

Assoc.. 1969: Durham: Duke Chapel 1972; Saulston-Jefferson, 1974; Ral: Wesley Mem, 

1979- Nashville, 1982, Raleigh: Macedonia, 1984; Raleigh: St. James, 1990. 
SWARTZ, ALAN PLES E Fayetteville 1980 1980 1984 7 

Salemburg, 1980: Goldsboro: Assoc. St Paul 1983; LaGrange, 1985; Goldsboro:New Hope,1987. 
SWEELEYTTHOMAS LYNN E Fayetteville 1983 1983 1986 6 

Littleton, 1983: Hatteras^ 1988. 
SWINK, LIONEL CLYDE 8 R Goldsboro 1967 1963 1971 15 

Pollocksville, 1967; Franklin Mem, 1968; Laurinburg: Central 1972; Rocky Mt: Clark 

Street 1976; LouisburgCt, 1977; Union Chapel, 1981; Retired, 1982. 
SYKES, ROY MICHAEL £ Fayetteville 1985 1985 1989 5 

Rock Creek, 1982- Walnut Grove, 1986. 
TATUMJIMMIERAY E Fayetteville 1981 1981 1986 9 

Phillips Chapel 1981; Cedar Grove, 1984; Lillington, 1986; Smyrna, 1990. 
TAYLOR, BRUCE DAVIS 5^ E Fayetteville 1967 1967 1970 23 

Old Dock, 1963; Bladen Circuit, 1964; Fair Bluff-Cerro Gordo, 1969: Ral: Pleasant Grove, 

1973; Wilson: West Nash, 1977; Garber, 1983; Hamlet: First, 1984; Roanoke Rapids: First 1988. 
TAYLOR WILLIAM VINSON E Fayetteville 1970 1970 1974 20 

Tarboro: Hart Speight 1964; Gaston: Shiloh, 1965; Rocky Mt: Marvin, 1966jRoxboro:Grace,1969; 

MtZion.1973: Durham:St.PauU977; West Burlington, 1981; Cordova,i985; Bellemonl 1987. 
TEACHEY, WILBUR CARROLL 4 E Wilmington 1959 1959 1961 31 

Fair Bluff Ct, 1954; Cerro-Gordo-Olivet, 1955: Carvers Creek, 1959; Clinton: Grace, 

1963, Havelock:Firstl971: SilerCity:Firstl975; Beaufort:Ann St.,1981; Farmville, 1987. 
TENNEY, HAYWARD LESTER 3 R Raleigh 1965 1965 1967 24 

Trans, from W. Va. Conf, 1962- Hornes-Mt Zion, 1962; Wesley Mem, 1963; White Mem, 

Franklin Charge, 1965; Amity-Chapel HilL 1967; Brooksdale-Brookland, 1971; Erwin, 1973; 

Vanceboro. 1975. Clarkton-Bluefield, 1977; Kinston Ct, 1980^ Retired, 1989. 
THOMAS, WAYl^E ESMOND E FL 1961 1961 1963 16 

Trans, from Fla, 1974; Faison, 1974; Ellerbe, 1976; Straits-North River, 1977; Midway- 
Bethlehem, 1981; Newton Grove, 1984; Marshallberg-Smyrna, 1988. 
THOMASON, MARSHALL KEITH E fayetteville 1987 1987 1990 3 

Lebanon-Carr, 1985; Rocky Mount: First, Assoc, 1988. 
THOMPSON, EMERSON MCLEAN, JR. E Greenville 1956 1956 1958 34 

Ca-Vel 1956- Statonsburg, 1958; Scotland Neck, 1964, Durham: McMannen, 

1970; Wilm:Grace, 1975; Roanoke Rapids: First 1980; Elizabeth City: First 

1984; Greenville District Superintendent 1990. 



75 



UP Appointment 

NAME Appoint Present Ftat When Ordained In^dmg 

Yrs_Relation_Admitted AdmittedDeacon Elder_LP Yrf 

THOMPSON, LEO CLIFFORD E Wikon io« ,oco .„« 

Grimesland, 1959; Shiloh, 1960; Center-Cameron 196L Trans to «rr«,f iomt 1%1 1967 26 

S0^fi»«A^& ,964 ,%4 ,%7 * 

inS^t ?™ ; P * m ^ Py»kAssoc.,1976; ^..Coastal Counselintlnc.,1981- 

W^^&^^as^m^ ,9S4 37 

TffN K ^ij^ifr Memon ' u9M ^PT e ^sa e im . M ,«* „ 77 „ 

^S»|fe|ff^««iM--*?« 1 as«, i Hjs B a B i954 » 
kmsess w,id F, &! %9: He " dereon: Fir "- i97 * ° mA - si >-5 """ 

TYSON, MARVIN EUGENE ' F Favelfc-vill, 1070 1070 io.i 

^ilgssinaa^' 1 tw- h* 4s *Sft« £W ,,S4 39 

TYSON IV^RWhiurBPui? Univ - 1%5; Eva 1? eIls, 7 1969. 6 

10?!: r°K ne , S , b< ? ro W^OT" 1 . 1966 i Wes 'ey Mem., 1970, Fayetteville Hay St 
llli^TsTtirht 1 SUPL Wilming,0ri r ° iSt - ,981: ^ Ede-toW- 
VAUGHAN, RICHARD COOK E EOH 1977 1077 , 07 c 

S'^PS-m^rK' Morilh ' ,974: FA: c "' bS Mem ■ "«*& jX '» 

VICK THOMAS MARVIN, JR.'' r Eliz Cirv 1918 iQdn 1047 „ 

f9°5?c; eSsV?956^? a ^Tj7 4 A 2 H Bahama CL,%5; Wb2o Hg,,. K; MeSe, ^ 41 

VONCANON ^ARVTpiru St - 1962 ;Adm.n.strator.Meth. Home for Chifdren.l974;Retired.l979. 

W^lSrif^e, 1979; FA:Wes,e y ^..iSffifcate, g : rIS^, ^ » 

^lelwTcSdSrmS E Fa y e,teville ' 9 «0 1980 1984 7 

WAGGONER, JAMES" MILAN 1 E Wilson 1958 195X 19*1 <7 

SSSfi&H?* Be r ,ha ^ n ,U l96l; 1 J ^ nSton - 1965; Smithed Whitlev Mem. 9 ^;' 958 1%1 
&&"$?£ H H u m m a e n f ges C o 1 u , S n i9 1 7T ; IndUS,ria ' ^P*"- I97 * Supe ™° r ^^ 



76 



Appointment 

LP Yrs Not 

NAME Appointment Present First When Ordained Including 

Yrs Relation_Admitted Admitted_Deacon_Elder_LP Yrs 

WALL, CLARENCE ARTHUR E Fayetteville 1979 1979 1982 9 

Perquimans, 1978; Elizabeth City-Riverside, 1981; St. Pauls, 1985; Grifton, 1988. 
WALL, LYNN TESTERMAN E Favetteville 1979 1968 1982 9 

New Bern-Centenary,Min.of Prog.,1979; Cedar Island-Sea Levetl983: Beech Grove-Rhems,1987. 
WALL, RANDY LEE 2 E Favetteville 1976 1976 1980 14 

Turkey-Friendship, (FTLP), 1974: Andrews-Soapstone (SLP), 1975; Bell Arthur, 1979; 

Shiloh, 1981; Franklinton, 1985; Rich Square-Woodland, 1986; Gaston, 1990. 
WALLACE ROBERT LOUIS E Mississippi 1963 1963 1965 25 

Trans, from Miss. Cont, 1961: Efland -Lebanon, 196L Trans, from N.C Conf., 1965; Trans. 

Miss. Conf., 1967; Siler City: West End, 1967; Cedar Grove -Prospect, 1970; Durham:Duke 

Memorial, Assoc.. 1974: Durham: Aldersgate, 1978. 
WALSTON, ROBERT EDWARD 2 R Washington 1934 1934 1938 37 

Kitty Hawk, 1934; Chowan, 1935; Pink Hill, 1939" Grifton, 1942; Burgaw, 1947- Williamston, 

1951; Camp Ground. 1956; Ahoskie, 1960; Elm City, 1964; Pine Forest, 1968; Disability 

Leave, 1%9- Retired, 1971. 
WARD, J AMES BELL E Favetteville 1985 1985 1990 5 

Stem -Bullock's, 1983; Yanceyville, 1986; Bethel, 1987; Washington: Asbury, 1989. 
WARD, HERMAN NATHAN, JR. 1 E Greenville 1963 1963 1965 27 

Andrews-Soapston, 1963; Banks-Grove Hill, 1965; Hillsborough, 1969. 
WARD, HOPE MORGAN E Fayetteville 1979 1979 1981 11 

Cary: White Plains, Min. of Ed., 1979; Broadway, 1983- Soapstone, 1986 
WARREN, CLARENCE LEE R Wilmington 1951 1951 1953 37 

Town Creek, 1951; Wanchese, 1956; White Mem. -Wesley, 1959; Johnson Mem., 1960; Wesley's 

Chapel, 1963; Reigehvood, 1965; Whiteville, 1968; Plank Chapel, 1973; Maury-Mt Hermon, 

1975; Belhaven, 1977; Pink Hill, 1981; Pine Level-Sanders, 1985; Disability Leave, 

1987- Retired, 1988. 
WARREN, HENRY ROBERT 6 R Greenville 1970 1968 1972 15 

Parkton, 1964; Asbury-Pineview, 1967; Jerusalem-Zion, 1971; Laurel Hill, 1976; Knightdale, 

1978- Smith, 1982; Disability Leave, 1983; Retired, 1985. 
WARREN, JAMES HERNDON R No. Alabama 1950 1952 1954 34 

Trans, from N. Ala. Cont, 1955; Professor, Scarritt College, Nashville, Tenn., 

1955: Prof. Trevecca Nazarene College, 1984; Retired. 1989. 
WARREN, JAMES IVEY, JR. E Rocky Mount 1960 1960 1962 30 

Univ.of Edinburgh,Glasgow, 1960; Fairmont, 1962; Raleigh:St James, 

1964; Prot.Scarntt College 1968; Academic Dean, 1974;Dir., 

Intentional Growth Ctr.,Lake Junaluska, 1988. 
WARREN, MILLARD WHITFIELD, JR. E Chapel Hill 1969 1969 1971 20 

Trans, from N. Ga. Conf., 1970; Ocean View, 1970; Durham. McMannen, 1975; 

Manteo, 1977; WI: Wesley Memorial, 1983; New Bern District Supt., 1984; 

Cary: White Plains, 1990. 
WARREN. WILLIAM ARTHUR, JR. 7 E Fayetteville 1984 1984 1987 6 

MtMoriah(LP),1977:MtTirzah-Helana(LP),1981;DU:Branson(LP),1982;DU:Branson,1984; 

Calvary. 1985; Vass-Cameron, 1989. 
WATSON, HARVEY LANGILL R Kinston 1950 1950 1952 40 

Attend Sch., 1950; Jarvis Mem. .Have lock, 1951; Westminister: Kinston, 1956: Graham:First, 

1962; Chapel Hill:University, 1966; Durham Dist Superintendent, 1974; Wilson:First, 1978; 

Rocky MountTirst, 1986; Retired, 1990. 
WAY, VANCE CARLTOk E Fayetteville 1975 1972 1977 15 

Milwaukee, 1975; Mount Pleasant, 1979; Manns Harbor, Stumpy Pt, East Lake, 1980; Manns 

Harbor. 1981; Tyrell, 1984. 
WEAVER, WALTER PARKER E Wilmington 1959 1960 1962 30 

Pleasant Green, 1959; Student, 1962; Prof, and Chaplain, 1965; Prof, Florida Southern 

College, 1972 
WEBrf-BOWDEN, JULIA FLORENCE LA Fayetteville 1988 1988 1990 2 

Rougemont, 1988' Leave of Absence, 1990. 
WEBER, MICHAEL DAVID E Fayette, Mo. 1976 1976 1978 9 

Trans, from Kansas East Cont, 1981; Durham Parish, 1981; Durham:Bethesda,1985; Concord, 

1986; Plank Chapel. 1988. 
WELLS, WILLIAM MILES, JR. R Elizabeth City 1947 1947 1949 41 

Attend Sch., 1947; Alamance, 1948; MtGilead Ct, 1949; Warren, 1950; Trinity-Riverdale, 

1953; Carol.Beach: St Paul's, 1954- State Dir, Meth.Student Movement, 1957: Laurinburg: 

StLuke, 1969; Knightdale, 1§72: DU:Duke's Chapel 1974; Conway, 1975; Robersonville, 

1978; Sabbatical, British Meth.Church, 1982; Wrightsville Beach, 1983; Norman, 1985; 

Retired, 1988. 
WELLS, WOODROW WILSON, JR. E Fayetteville 1970 1970 1973 20 

Attend Sch., 1970; Assoc.Eliz.Citv: First, 1 972" Maysville, 1975; Shallotte: 

CampJ980; Sanford:Jonesboro,1984; Rocky Mount: Englewood, 1988. 
WENBERG, JOHN WENDELL JR. E SC 1972 1972 1974 13 

Transfer from SC Cont, 1974; Aurora, 1974- Appt.to Attend Sch., 1975; Parkton, 1976, LA,1978; 

Honorable Location, 1981; Readmitted to FC.1983; Banks-Grove HiIL1983; Erwin, 1987. 
WENTZ, WALTER ALLEN, JR. E Burlington 19& 1953 1954 38 

South Camden, 1952; Belhaven, 1954; Wrightsboro, 1958; Wendell, 1961; Leasburg-Salem, 

1967: Murfreesboro, 1971; Fuquay-Varina, 1976; Coord., Child. Min. & Camping, COM 1980; 

Raleieh Trinity, 1984; ML Gilead: First, 1989. 
WEST7PEARLIMOGENE GOODING R Fayetteville 1978 1978 1981 10 

Mamers, Assoc., 1978; Turkey-Fellowship, 1980; Town Creek, 1982; Zion. 1984; Eureka- 

Yelverton, 1985; Retired. 1987. 
WETHINGTON, MARK WESLEY E Annville, PA 1976 1976 1984 7 

Transferred from EPA Cont, 1983; Spring-Garysburg, 1983; Durham, Glendale Hts., 1988. 



77 



1965 29 

1956 23 



vT.wp LP Appointment 

Appointment Present First When OrH.in^ i Y i rs ^ ot 

_Y._Relation_Admit.ed AtoiSci dS^*^^* 

WHEELER, KERMIT ROOSEVELT r Wil m ;„„, ,<v.« ~ 

3gg_3gȣ!^ - - - ' 

Pembroke, 1952; Glen Raven 1954 St PauL 1960 • Mt ni™ lofiVi. ,J? 5 £ 1952 1954 
St.James,1970:RM:FirsL 1974 F_V Hav ' S?nJ M0X<> n?' k^.I 9 ^^ ^"te A 966 ! Greenville: 
WHITE, JOHN' HEZEKlAH y " "ay Street, 1980, Disability Leave, 1983;Retired, 1984. 

^INS SS^S" »■» *■» «n_l1g ?Sd l 12$ S 'P«"»«»'y. I»fe Honorable 
Sft'SSSSPISS^SP"*" 695 »-i«»* D-SSSSS4; B_iSLJ?g. ,9 ™ * 

SfeS=S^-4'' :r ,k T "" "" * 

WILLIAMS, ATnCUS M6RRIS r h a 

HSS^^pjS ,w 35 

M_KK%%B{BgM»: - - 
^SSf«f4M^r 1 ''' ,95 ° 35 

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1964 1961 1963 



78 



Appointment 

LP Yrs Not 

Appointment Present First When Ordained Including 

Yrs Relation Admitted Admitted Deacon Elder LP Yrs 



WISE, DENNY CLAUDE 1 E Rocky Mount 1966 1966 1969 24 

Attend Sch., 1966- Andrews-Soapstone, 1967; Marshallberg, 1969; Assoc.,Centenary, 1970; 

Havelock:Cherry Point. 1971; Biscoe, 1972; Currituck, 1974; Spring Hill, 1977: Stedman: 

Cokesbury, 1980; Mt Olive: First, 1985; Ahoskie, 1989- Wilmington: Grace, 1990. 
WITT, PEGGY ORMSBY E Fayetteville 1988 1988 1990 2 

Wesley-Black's Chapel, 1988. 
WITT, WILLIAM J, JR. E Fayetteville 1988 1988 1990 2 



New Hope-Purley, 1986; South River, 
WITTMAX RAYMOND KARL 



E Fayetteville 1980 1980 1982 9 

New Hope-Woodland. 1980; Pilmoor Memorial, 1983; Hertford, 1988. 
WOLFE. WILLIAM LEE E Rocky Mount 1966 1966 1968 24 

Trans, from W. Va. ConL 1965; Kenansville-Woodland, 1965; Christ Church-Cedar Cliff, 

1967; Haw River 1970; Wrightsville Beach, 1977; Bellemont, 1978; W. Burlington, 1985. 
WOMACK, LA VERNE BLUE, JR. E Fayetteville 19^7 1977 1980 12 

Student Pastor, Bynum, 1974; Harrellsville, 1978; Assoc., Englewood, 1980; Friendship, 

1981: Jersalem-Zion, 1982; LA, 1986; Vanceboro Circuit, 1987. 
WOMACK, SAMUEL JONES R Lakeland. Fla. 1955 1957 1962 24 

Trans, from Florida Conf, 1960; Meth. College, Dean, 1970; Retired, 1984. 
WOOD, SAMUEL LEE 7 R Burlington 1964 1958 1964 20 

Airboro, 1957; Johnston, 1960; Garland, 1963; South Mills, 1966; Maysville, 1970; Wendell, 

1972; Providence, 1976; Concord, 1980; Retired, 1984. 
WOODARD, JR, JOHN ROBERT E Fayetteville 1984 1984 1986 6 

Trenton, 1983; Moyock, 1990. 
WOODCOCK, ELDON GRIFFITH E Durham 1961 1961 1965 29 

Grad. Student Duke Univ., 1961; Prof Appalachian St., 1963; Prof Methodist College, 

1966- Prof, Nyack College, 1970. 
WOODRIDGE, OSCAR BAILEY, JR. R Richmond 1942 1942 1943 14 

Trans, from Va. Cont. 1964; NCSU, Coordinator of Religious Affairs, 1964; Retired, 1979. 
WORLEY, WILLIAM EARL R FL 1957 1957 1962 18 

Trans, from N.Y. Conf, 1970; Goldsboro, 1970; Prof, St Petersburg College, 1971; Rich 

Square, 1983: South Mills, 1985; Retired, 1987. 
WYNN SAMUEL E Fayetteville 1979 1979 1982 9 

Four Corners Native Amer.Min., 1979; Pleasant Grove -Fa irview, 1981; Spec. Appt- Program 

Coordinator Four Corners Native American, 1982; Rowland: Pleasant Grove -Fa uview, 1984; 

Navajo Methodist Mission Sch., 1984; Clarkton, 1986; Hope Mills: Native American, 1988; 

Fayetteville: Grace. 1989. 
YELVERTON, PERNECIE COOPER R Durham 1953 1955 1957 36 

Pollocksville, 1953; Kinston Cirt.,1958; Brogden, 1963; Dover, 1966; Hopewell-Mt. Moriah, 

1970; Browning-Smith, 1974; Faison, 1979;Elm City, 1985; Retired, 19$. 
YOUNG, JAMES DOYNE 1 R Durham 1932 1934 1936 37 

Trenton, 1932; Pittsboro, 1935; Ellerbe, 1939; Chaplain, 1942; Garland. 1945; Snow Hill, 

1947; Beaufort, 1954; Oxford, 1958; Cary, 1964; Williamston, 1964; Hillsborough, 1966; 

Retired, 1969. 
YOUNG, STEPHEN EDMOND E Fayetteville 1974 1974 1976 16 

Belgrade-Tabernacle,1975; FA:Gardners,1978; Jacksonville:Pine Valley.1983; Stud.,Union Theo. 

Sem., Richmond, 1987; Appointed to Attend Sch., 1988. 
YOW,JR,WILLlAM JOSEPH E Fayetteville 1981 1981 1985 7 

Appointed to Attend Sch., 1981; Union, 1983; Four Oaks, 1988. 



79 



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FULL CONNECTION - CHRONOLOGICAL ROLL 

First Admitted Ordained 

Name Status Where When Deacon Elder 



Admitted 
To Year 
NC Retired 
Conf. 



Minnis, Jesse F. 
Lee, Percy O. 
Naider, Konstanty 
Hedden, Forrest D. 
Pollock, Henry F. 
Hough, Thomas B. 
Goodwin, Durward T. 
Harris, H. LeRoy 
Howard, William M.,Jr. 
Measamer, Elwin H. 
Miller, Melvin R 
Traynham, David D. 
Williams, A Morris 
Andrews, Chester J. 
Garlington, Jasper E. 
Goidston G Wade 
Jenkins, Theodore R. 
Joyce, Johnie L 
Lineberger, J. Worth 
Morris, Clarence P. 
Robbins, Cecil W. 
Young, J. D. 
Boggs, Clyde S. 
Harrison, Russell S. 
Hutcherson, Cyrus B. 
Moser, R. E. Lee 
Stephenson, Marion O. 
Walston, Robert E. 
McLamb, Howard M. 
Poe, John R., Sr. 
Pritchard, Ralph W. 
Crossno, R. Leon 
Crow, William A 
Gardner, Matt R. 
Greene, John T. 
Hix, C Eugene, Jr. 
Meacham, B. Frank 
Lewis, Henry B. 
Ormond, J. Kern 
Vick, T. Marvin, Jr. 
Bradley, David G. 
Brady, W. Herman 
Cushman, Robert E. 
Harrell, Haywood L 
Hubbard, Charles S. 
Queen, Vergil E. 
Ingram, O. Kelly 
Neese. W. Junius 
Wheeler, Kermit R. 
Blackburn, Linwood S. 
Boone, Sidney G. 
House, Thomas H. 
Mercer, Charles H. 
Mooney, Robert C Jr. 
Moorman, Julian P. 
Wooldridge,Oscar B.J. 
Bame, Robert L 
Boone, Daniel C 
Chaffin, J. Claude 
Crutchfield.Gilbert W. 
Edens, Allen C, Jr. 
Gregory, W. Bryan 
Mitchell, C Maness 
Musser, Benjamin F. 
Patten, Brooks 
Petteway, Warren B. 



Raleigh 
Fayetteville 
Warswaza, Poland 
Tarn ipa, FL 
McKeesport,PA 
Kinston 
WV 

Henderson 
Albemarle 
Henderson 
Tulsa, OK 
Henderson 
Henderson 
Greenville 
Chatham, LA 
Rocky Mount 
Rocky Mount 
Rocky Mount 
Durham 
Burlington 
Rocky Mount 
Durham 
Winchester, KY 
Washington 
Lebanon, KY 
Greensboro 
Washington 
Washington 
Wilmington 
New Bern 
Bedford, IN 
New Bern 
New Bern 
New Bern 
New Bern 
New Bern 
New Bern 
Raleigh 
Raleigh 
Elizabeth City 
Long Beach, CA 
Fayetteville 
Genesee 
Fayetteville 
Elizabeth City 
Fayetteville 
Tuscumbia, AL 
Wilmington 
Wilmington 
Durham 
Durham 
Knoxville, TN 
Wilson 
Decatur, AL 
Holston 
Richmond, VA 
Rocky Mount 
Rocky Mount 
Rocky Mount 
Rocky Mount 
Rocky Mount 
Rocky Mount 
Rocky Mount 
Rocky Mount 
Rocky Mount 
Rocky Mount 



1922 


# 


1922 


1922 


1961 


1925 


1927 


1929 


1925 


1962 


1926 


1926 


1926 


1959 


1975 


1928 


1931 


1933 


1932 


1970 


1928 


1928 


1930 


1953 


1967 


1929 


1931 


1933 


1929 


1971 


1930 


1936 


1937 


1958 


1972 


1930 


1932 


1934 


1930 


1962 


1930 


# 


1936 


1939 


1971 


1930 


1932 


1934 


1930 


1970 


1930 


1933 


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1945 


1970 


1930 


1933 


1935 


1930 


1970 


1930 


1933 


1935 


1930 


1965 


1931 


1933 


1935 


1931 


1972 


1932 


# 


1936 


1939 


1977 


1932 


1935 


1937 


1932 


1977 


1932 


1934 


1936 


1932 


1969 


1932 


1935 


1937 


1932 


1973 


1932 


1934 


1936 


1932 


1974 


1932 


# 


1938 


1939 


1976 


1932 


1934 


1936 


1932 


1974 


1933 


1935 


1937 


1933 


1969 


1934 


1936 


1938 


1937 


1973 


1934 


1936 


1938 


1934 


1976 


1934 


1934 


1936 


1961 


1971 


1934 


# 


1938 


1939 


1976 


1934 


1934 


1938 


1934 


1981 


1934 


1934 


1938 


1934 


1971 


1935 


1937 


1939 


1935 


1978 


1935 


1938 


1940 


1935 


1973 


1935 


1935 


1937 


1954 


1975 


1936 


1938 


1940 


1936 


1981 


1936 


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1940 


1936 


1969 


1936 


1940 


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1936 


1974 


1936 


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1940 


1936 


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1936 


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1940 


1936 


1976 


1936 


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1940 


1936 


1976 


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1937 


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1937 


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1937 


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1938 


1940 


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1938 


1979 


1939 


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1949 


1951 


1981 


1939 


1939 


1941 


1939/82 


1982 


1939 


1938 


1940 


1950 


1979 


1939 


1941 


1944 


1939 


1977 


1939 


1940 


1942 


1939 


1975 


1939 


1941 


1943 


1939 


1975 


1940 


1943 


1945 


1941 


1984 


1940 


1942 


1944 


1940 


1980 


1940 


1941 


1944 


1940 


1979 


1941 


1941 


1941 


1941/62 


1981 


1941 


1943 


1945 


1941 


1977 


1942 


1943 


1946 


1943 


1978 


1942 


1943 


1944 


1942 


1988 


1942 


1943 


1944 


1947 


1981 


1942 


1942 


1942 


1974 


1985 


1942 


1942 


1943 


1964 


1979 


1943 


1943 


1945 


1943 


1983 


1943 


1944 


1945 


1943 


1968 


1943 


1944 


1945 


1943 


1989 


1943 


1943 


1945 


1943 


1972 


1943 


1944 


1945 


1943 


1981 


1943 


1947 


1949 


1943 


1980 


1943 


1944 


1945 


1943 


1984 


1943 


1945 


1946 


1943 


1969 


1943 


1945 


1945 


1943 


1984 


1943 


1944 


1945 


1943 


1985 



80 



FULL CONNECTION - CHRONOLOGICAL ROLL 

First Admitted Ordained 

Name Status Where When Deacon Elder 



Admitted 
To Year 

NC Retired 

Conf. 



Ports, George W., Jr. 
Purcell.Eugene G.,Jr. 
Shockley, Grant S. 
Sponenberg, James E. 
Collins, Thomas A 
Jones, Barney L. 
McCarver, Clyde G. 
Bostick, Joseph K. 
Barrett, Troy J. 
Cline, John M. 
Edwards, J. Paul 
Nicks, Robert L 
Rudin, John J. II 
Auman, James A 
Aycock, Johnnie D. 
Hirschi, Carlton F. 
Jackson, Lester P. 
Moe, David L 
Wells, William M, Jr. 
Winberry, Herman S. 
Crowder, William R 
Epps, Ralph I., Sr. 
Jarvis, Dwight C 
Lancaster, Alton S. 
Davidson, Barney L 
Glover, Murrell K. 
Jones, Norwood L 
Kinley, Grady L 
Miller, James H., Jr. 
Snyder, Nevin D. 
Whitley, Edgar E. 
Wilson, Kelly J, Jr. 
Bergland, John K. 
Brown, James C P. 
Byrd, A D., Jr. 
Davis, H. Fred 
Feltman, Walter C 
Garrison, J. William 
Hill, A P., Jr. 
Knott, T. Garland 
Leatherman, Harold F. 
Little, Brooks B. 
McDonald, Walter N. 
McKita, Carleton P. 
Megill, George C 
Moore, Robert F. 
Richardson, J. Earl 
Seawell, William A,Sr. 
Tyson, M. Dewey 
Warren, James H. 
Watson H. Langill 
Beane, Kenneth E. 
Bizzell, Henry A,Jr. 
Brown, Chester D. 
Cameron, Angus M. 
Desrosiers, Norman A 
Dunn, Clyde H. 
Jordan, R. Harry 
Tyson, Tommy 
Warren, Clarence L 
Aitken, P. Wesley 
Blue, John R 
Dodson,Samuel G.,Jr. 
Earnhardt, Edwin L 
Fitzgerald,F.Owen,Jr. 
Kirby, Wallace H. 
Lugar, Lawrence E. 
McKee, Robert F. 



Lynchburg, VA 
Rocky Mount 
S. NJ 

Rocky Mount 
Raleigh 
Brooklyn.NY 
Raleigh 
Goldsboro 
Henderson 
Henderson 
Henderson 
Henderson 
Henderson 
Elizabeth City 
Elizabeth City 
Elizabeth City 
Roanoke, VA 
Utica, NY 
Elizabeth City 
Elizabeth City 
Greenville 
Greenville 

LA WI 

R Greenville 
W. TX 
Sanford 
Sanford 
Sanford 
Sanford 
W. PA 
Sanford 
Sanford 
W. OH 
Kinston 
Kinston 
Kinston 
Kinston 
Kinston 
Kinston 
N.MS 
Kinston 
Kinston 
Kinston 
W. PA 
Kinston 
Kinston 
Kinston 
Kinston 
Kinston 
N. AL 
Kinston 
Wilmington 
Wilmington 
Greensboro 
Brooklyn, NY 
Wilmington 
Wilmington 
Wilmington 
Wilmington 
Wilmington 
Charleston, WV 
Maryville, MO 
Burlington 
Burlington 
Burlington 
Burlington 
Virginia 



DL Burlington 



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1943 


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1943 


1982 


1943 


1943 


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1984 


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1944 


1945 


1943 


1980 


1944 


1944 


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1944 




1944 


1944 


1944 


1953 


1983 


1944 


1944 


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1944 


1981 


1945 


1947 


1949 


1945 


1987 


1946 


1946 


1948 


1946 


1986 


1946 


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1948 


1946 


1988 


1946 


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1985 


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1946 


1981 


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1947 


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1980 


1947 


1952 


1954 


1947 


1988 


1947 


1947 


1949 


1947 


1988 


1947 


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1949 


1947 


1989 


1947 


1947 


1949 


1952 


1985 


1947 


1947 


1949 


1957 


1980 


1947 


1947 


1949 


1947 


1988 


1947 


1947 


1949 


1947 


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1948 


1951 


1953 


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1986 


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1952 


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1950 


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1949 


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1949 


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1950 


1951 


1949 


1975 


1949 


1949 


1951 


1949 


1986 


1949 


1949 


1951 


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1949 


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1949 


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# 


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1949 


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1976 




1950 


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1950 


1950 


1951 


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1950 


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1950 


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1950 


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1951 


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1951 


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1951 


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1952 


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1952 


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1954 


1957 


1952 


1989 


1952 


1952 


1953 


1952 




1952 


1953 


1954 


1952 




1952 


1954 


1959 


1960 


1989 


1952 


1952 


1953 


1952 





81 



FULL CONNECTION - 


CHRONOLOGICAL ROLL 




Admitted 

To Y*»ar 






First Admitted 


Ordained 


NC 


Retired 


Name 


Status 


Where 


When 


Deacon Elder 


Conf. 




Osborn, Robert T. 


E 


Seattle, WA 


1952 


1954 


1955 


1954 




Owen, J. Malloy, III 
Sexton, Kenneth B. 


E 


Burlington 


1952 


1953 


1954 


1952 




R 


Burlington 


1952 


1952 


1953 


1952 


1988 


Shoaf, E. Clifford 


R 


Charlotte 


1952 


1952 


1954 


1954 


1990 


Tucker, C Clyde 


E 


Virginia 
Burlington 


1952 


1954 


1954 


1962 




Tyson, Aaron G. 
Wentz, W. Allen, Jr. 


R 


1952 


1956 


1958 


1952 


1973 


E 


Burlington 


1952 


1953 


1954 


1952 




White, Christian 


R 


Burlington 


1952 


1952 


1954 


1952 


1984 


Baker, M. Randall 


E 


Knoxville.TN 


1953 


1955 


1957 


1957 




Bass, Walton N., Sr. 


R 


Durham 


1953 


1953 


1955 


1953 


1985 


Browning, Paul C 
Crum, John H. 


R 


Buckhanon, WV 


1953 


1954 


1956 


1956 


1988 


R 


Durham 


1953 


1955 


1956 


1953 


1989 


Cummings, Simeon F. 


R 


Durham 


1953 


1956 


1958 


1953 


1985 


Fleming, Ralph L,Jr. 


E 


Durham 


1953 


1953 


1955 


1953 




Glover, R. Keith 


E 


Durham 


1953 


1953 


1955 


1953/68 




Grill, C Franklin 


E 


Durham 


1953 


1953 


1956 


1953 




Dillman, Lewis A. 


R 


Durham 


1953 


1953 


1956 


1953 


1985 


Dodson, Lewis H. 


R 


High Point 


1953 


1955 


1958 


1960 


1983 


Hamilton, James W. 


R 


Durham 


1953 


1953 


1957 


1953 


1986 


Hill, Noah B., Jr. 


R 


Durham 


1953 


1954 


1957 


1953 


1985 


Johnson, Harvey B. 


E 


Durham 


1953 


1955 


1960 


1953 




Knight, R Norman 
McKenzie, G.Robert Jr. 
Mewborn, Charles H. 


R 


Durham 


1953 


+ 


1953 


1953 


1990 


E 


Durham 


1953 


1953 


1955 


1953 




R 


Durham 


1953 


1957 


1959 


1953 


1985 


Owens, Charles E. 


E 


Durham 


1953 


1953 


1953 


1953 




Pate, R. Bruce 


E 


Durham 


1953 


1953 


1955 


1953 




Robinson, Charles K. 
Sherman, William W.,Jr. 


R 


N. TX 


1953 


1953 


1960 


1973 


1986 


E 


Westminster, MD 


1953 


1953 


1956 


1956 




Stone, Amos H. 


R 


Durham 


1953 


1953 


1957 


1953 


1986 


Yelverton, P. C 


R 


Durham 


1953 


1955 


1957 


1953 


1989 


Cheek, W. Hoyt 
Ellis, Wallace M. 


R 
E 


Raleigh 
Raleigh 


1954 
1954 


+ 
1954 


1954 
1957 


1954 
1954 


1985 


Fisher, Albert F. 


E 


Raleigh 


1954 


1954 


1956 


1954 




Green, Lawrence A. 


R 


Raleigh 


1954 


1957 


1959 


1954 


1983 


Jeffries, William M. 


E 


Richmond, VA 


1954 


1954 


1958 


1956 




Mason, Lemuel R, Jr. 


R 


WV 


1954 


1954 


1956 


1974 


1983 


Meacham, William F. 


R 


Raleigh 
AshviTle 


1954 


1956 


1958 


1954 


1977 


Pearce, H. Worth 


E 


1954 


1957 


1959 


1954 




Rickards, James P. 
Speight, James B.,Jr. 
Stark\ Rufus R, II 


R 


Raleigh 


1954 


1954 


1955 


1954 


1989 


R 


Raleigh 


1954 


1954 


1957 


1954 


1978 


E 


Raleigh 


1954 


1954 


1957 


1954 




Staton, Jesse C, Sr. 


R 


Raleigh 


1954 


1956 


1958 


1954 


1986 


Wilson, Robert L 


E 


N. IL 


1954 


1954 


1956 


1972 




Bedsworth, Ellis J. 


E 


Fayetteville 


1955 


1955 


1958 


1955 




Bideaux, Rene O. 


E 


Fayetteville 


1955 


1956 


1958 


1955 




Bunn, Paul G. 


E 


Fayetteville 


1955 


1956 


1959 


1955 




Glass, J. Conrad 


E 


Fayetteville 


1955 


19.6 


1959 


1955 




Jernigan, Julius O. 


E 


Fayetteville 


1955 


1955 


1956 


1955 




Plyler, Lorenzo P. 


R 


York, PA 


1955 


1957 


1959 


1969 


1983 


Pearsall, John S. 


R 


Fayetteville 


1955 


1955 


1957 


1955 


1984 


Scroggs, Robin J. 


E 


Fayetteville 


1955 


1955 


1961 


1955 




Simonton, C Alison 


E 


Memphis, TN 


1955 


1957 


1959 


1955 




Smith, John T. 


R 


Fayetteville 


1955 


1953 


1955 


1955 


1978 


Thompson, Neil H. 
Tisdale, W. Eugene 


R 


Fayetteville 


1955 


1958 


1960 


1955 


1984 


E 


Fayetteville 
Lakeland, FL 


1955 


1955 


1957 


1955 




WomaclcSamuel J.,Jr. 


R 


1955 


1957 


1962 


1955 


1984 


Baldridge, Robert L 


E 


Greenville 


1956 


1957 


1959 


1956 




Boone, Paul W. 


E 


Harrisonburg, VA 


1956 


1956 


1958 


1956 




Epperson, J. Sidney 
King, A. Kimsey. Jr. 


E 


Greenville 


1956 


1956 


1960 


1956 




DL 


Greenville 


1956 


1956 


1959 


1956 




Lowdermilk, William P. 


E 


Greenville 


1956 


1956 


1960 


1956 




Murphy, Miles, Jr. 
Pope, T. Arnold 


E 


Raleigh 


1956 


1956 


1958 


1956 




R 


Greenville 


1956 


1956 


1958 


1956 


1981 


Reed, John E, Sr. 


R 


Greenville 


1956 


1956 


1958 


1956 


1987 


Rudd, Robert J. 


E 


Atlanta, GA 


1956 


1959 


1962 


1961 




Stone, W. Denver 


E 


WV 


1956 


1957 


1959 


1973 




Thompson, Emerson M. 


E 


Greenville 


1956 


1956 


1958 


1956 




Tyson, Vernon C 


E 


Greenville 


1956 


1956 


1958 


1956 





82 



FULL CONNECTION - CHRONOLOGICAL ROLL 

First Admitted Ordained 

Name Status Where When Deacon Elder 



Admi 
To 
NC 
Conf. 



tied 



Year 

Retired 



AJexander, Gayle T. 
AJexander.Joseph CJr. 
Black, Bobby C 
Bundy, Robert F. 
Connor, William O. 
Cook, Irving E. 
Evans, Willie J. 
Hodge, Rudolph H. 
Hodgin, Hubert H. 
McMillan.Samuel D.,Jr. 
Midgett, P. D. Ill 
Pullman, Robert S. 
Shiver, James H. 
Sparks, Charles E. 
Worley, William E. 
Armstrong, Edward P. 
Bailey, James H. 
Burgess, Roy O. 
Byrd, Nathan H. 
Chandler, George P. 
Creech, C McGee 
Eakin, Charles F. 
Johnson, George W. 
Lloyd, Frank I., Jr. 
MacLean, Robert A 
Mangum, Robert L 
Moore, Jack W. 
Phillips, Lee A 
Randolph, F. Roderick 
Scott, Paul B., Jr. 
Stott, E. Russell 
Thompson, Leo C 
Waggoner, James M. 
Aills, Lovell R 
Bissette, Lester C 
Brown, Samuel H. 
Bryant, Charles V. 
Capps, Clingman C 
Clarke, W. Thomas 
DeHart, Murry L, Jr. 
Fulcher, J. Rodney 
Harwood, John E. 
Hutchinson, Charles H. 
Jackson, Wilbur I. 
Joyner,F.Belton,Jr. 
Lancaster, Charles H. 
Mann, Milton T. 
Parvin, James B. 
Ponder, Reginald W. 
Porter, Ernest R. 
Stafford, Sidney E. 
Steinmetz, David C 
Teachey, Wilbur C 
Weaver, Walter P. 
Andrews, John C 
Brown, Phillip S. 
Byrd, Douglas L 
Carson, W7 Eric 
Chandler, Daniel R. 
Daniels, Franklin D. 
Eason, W. Everette 
Harris, Robert G.,Jr. 
Hunter, Jack L 
Jones, Vassar W. 
Maness, Tracy A 
Moore, Samuel S. 
Pickett, Harold T. 
Poulk, Robert M. 



New Bern 
New Bern 
New Bern 
New Bern 
New Bern 
New Bern 
SC 

New Bern 
New Bern 
New Bern 
New Bern 
New Bern 
Central Juris. 
New Bern 
FL 

Wilson 
Wilson 
FL 

Richmond, VA 
Pulaski, TN 
Wilson 

Roanoke, VA 
Wilson 

Montgomery,AL 
Wilson 
Wilson 
Chicago, IL 
Wilson 
Wilson 
Wilson 
Wilson 
Wilson 
Wilson 
Wilmington 
Wilmington 
Virginia Beach 
Wilmington 
DL Wilmington 
E Memphis 
E Wilmington 
LA Wilmington 
E VA 

Wilmington 
Wilmington 
Wilmington 
Atlanta, GA 
Wilmington 
Wilmington 
Wilmington 
Gulf port, MS 
Gulfport, MS 
W. OH 
Wilmington 
Wilmington 
Rocky Mount 
S. NJ 

Rocky Mount 
Belfast.Ireland 
Rocky Mount 
VA 

Rocky Mount 
Rocky Mount 
Rocky Mount 
Rocky Mount 
Rocky Mount 
Rocky Mount 
Rocky Mount 
Rocky Mount 



1957 


1957 


1960 


1957 


1984 


1957 


1957 


1961 


1957 




1957 


1957 


1959 


1957 




1957 


1957 


1960 


1957 




1957 


1953 


1956 


1957 


1976 


1957 


+ 


1957 


1957 


1989 


1957 


1957 


1960 


1963 


1982 


1957 


1957 


1960 


1957 




1957 


1957 


1961 


1957 


1982 


1957 


1957 


1961 


1957 




1957 


1958 


1960 


1957 




1957 


1958 


1961 


1957 




1957 


1958 


1959 


1959 


1978 


1957 


1957 


1960 


1957 


1990 


1957 


1957 


1962 


1970 


1987 


1958 


1958 


1961 


1958 


1987 


1958 


1958 


1960 


1958 




1958 


1960 


1962 


1973 


1985 


1958 


1960 


1962 


1959 




1958 


1961 


1962 


1958 




1958 


1958 


1961 


1958 




1958 


1958 


1960 


1958/65 


1982 


1958 


1958 


1961 


1958 




1958 


1959 


1962 


1959 




1958 


1960 


1962 


1958 


1986 


1958 


1958 


1960 


1958 




1958 


1958 


1960 


1958 


1983 


1958 


1958 


1961 


1958 


1984 


1958 


1960 


1961 


1958 


1981 


1958 


1958 


1958 


1958 




1958 


1958 


1961 


1958 


1988 


1958 


1958 


1962 


1958 




1958 


1958 


1961 


1958 




1959 


1959 


1961 


1959 




1959 


1959 


1961 


1959 




1959 


1959 


1961 


1959 




1959 


1959 


1961 


1959 




1959 


1959 


1961 


1959 




1959 


1961 


1964 


1961 




1959 


1959 


1960 


1959 




1959 


1957 


1964 


1959 




1959 


1959 


1962 


1973 




1959 


1959 


1962 


1959 




1959 


1959 


1962 


1959 




1959 


1959 


1961 


1959 




1959 


1959 


1961 


1959 


1982 


1959 


1960 


1961 


1959 




1959 


1959 


1961 


1959 


1989 


1959 


1959 


1961 


1959 




1959 


1959 


1963 


1961 




1959 


1959 


1962 


1962 




1959 


1959 


1961 


1972 




1959 


1959 


1961 


1959 




1959 


1960 


1962 


1959 




1960 


1960 


1965 


1960 




1960 


1960 


1962 


1973 




1960 


1960 


1962 


1960 




1960 


1960 


1960 


1974 




1960 


1960 


1968 


1960 




1960 


1960 


1963 


1963 




1960 


1956 


1958 


1960 


1988 


1960 


1960 


1963 


1960 




1960 


1961 


1962 


1960 




1960 


1957 


1963 


1960 


1990 


1960 


1960 


1963 


1960 




1960 


1957 


1959 


1960 


1985 


1960 


1960 


1965 


1960 




1960 


1956 


1958 


1960 


1989 



83 















Admitted 


FULL CONNECTION 


CHRONOLOGICAL R< 




To 


Year 






First Admitted 


Ordained 


NC 


Retired 


Name Status 


Where 


When 


Deacon Elder 


Conf. 




Warren, James I., Jr. 


E 


Rocky Mount 


1960 


1960 


1962 


1960 




Allen, Gordon E., Jr. 


E 


Durham 


1961 


1956 


1958 


1969 




Beeson.Gilbert W.,Jr. 


E 


Durham 


1961 


1961 


1963 


1961 




Blankenhorn.Richard R. 


R 


Durham 


1961 


1957 


1961 


1961 


1990 


Braswell, Kermit L. 


E 


Durham 


1961 


1961 


1964 


1961 




Carden, Billy M. 
Cherry, Corbin L. 


E 


Durham 


1961 


1961 


1963 


1961 




E 


Durham 


1961 


1961 


1963 


1961 




Faggart, Tom M. 


E 


Lake Junaluska 


1961 


1961 


1964 


1960/64 




Frazier, Kenneth E. 


R 


Nashville, TN 


1961 


1961 


1965 


1963 


1981 


Hobbs, James L 


E 


Durham 


1961 


1961 


1963 


1961 




Loftis, Thomas E. 


E 


Durham 


1961 


1961 


1964 


1961 




Loy, James C 


E 


Durham 


1961 


1961 


1962 


1961 




McLaurin, Horace L 


E 


Durham 


1961 


1961 


1966 


1961 




Morgan, Robert W. 


E 


Durham 


1961 


1961 


1964 


1961 




Nagel, Donald G 


E 


Durham 


1961 


1961 


1963 


1961 




Owen, Travis W. 


E 


Durham 


1961 


1958 


1963 


1961 




Payne, Areel H. 
Ricks, R Dennis, Jr. 


E 


WV 


1961 


1961 


1964 


1966 




E 


Durham 


1961 


1959 


1963 


1961 




Scott, Julian W. 


E 


Durham 


1961 


1961 


1963 


1961 




Sharpe, William G.IV 


E 


Durham 


1961 


1961 


1963 


1961 




Thomas, Wayne E. 
Thompson, Roger E. 


E 


FL 


1961 


1961 


1963 


1974 




R 


SC 


1961 


1961 


1967 


1965 


1987 


Wilson, Ben H. Ill 


E 


Knoxville, TN 


1961 


1961 


1963 


1961 




Woodcock, Eldon G. 


E 


Durham 


1961 


1961 


1965 


1961 




Bone, Jesse V., Sr. 


E 


Kinston 


1962 


1962 


1964 


1962 




Bryan, James L. 


E 


Kinston 


1962 


1962 


1965 


1962 




Cameron, Hugh H. 
Christian, Robert Stone 


E 


Kinston 


1962 


1962 


1964 


1962 




E 


Northern NJ 


1962 


1962 


1964 


1990 




Danek, Thomas A. 


E 


Kinston 


1962 


1962 


1964 


1962 




Hendricks, M. Elton 


E 


SC 


1962 


1962 


1964 


1983 




Hollowed, Clifton R 


DL 


. Kinston 


1962 


1962 


1964 


1962 




Lupton, James G. 


R 


Kinston 


1962 


1960 


1962 


1962 


1982 


Mickey, Paul A 


E 


E. OH 


1962 


1962 


1966 


1976 




Peterson, F. Gerald 


E 


Kinston 


1962 


1962 


1965 


1962 




Phillips,G.Paul III 


E 


Kinston 


1962 


1962 


1965 


1962 




Ruth, William A. 


E 


Kinston 


1962 


1962 


1964 


1962 




Sparrow, L. Ray 
Tyson, Bobby P. 
White, John H. 


R 


Kinston 


1962 


1958 


1960 


1962 


1986 


E 


Virginia 


1962 


1962 


1966 


1962/72 




R 


Kinston 


1962 


1962 


1965 


1962 


1990 


Williams, James A 


R 


Kinston 


1962 


1958 


1960 


1962 


1986 


Wilson, A J. Ill 


E 


Kinston 


1962 


1962 


1965 


1962 




Bradshaw, Francis C 


E 


Greenville 


1963 


1963 


1966 


1963 




Fortescue, Frank W. 


R 


Greenville 


1963 


1960 


1962 


1963 


1974 


Hoogerland,Thomas D. 


E 


NNY 


1963 


1963 


1965 


1973 




Huggins,H.Sidney III 
Meadows, Dan E. 


E 


Greenville 


1963 


1963 


1966 


1963 




R 


Greenville 


1963 


1956 


1958 


1963 


1975 


Potter,Benjamin F.Jr. 


E 


Greenville 


1963 


1963 


1969 


1963 




Rouse, Benjamin C 


E 


Greenville 


1963 


1963 


1969 


1963 




Sabiston.Wm.D.III 


E 


Greenville 


1963 


1963 


1965 


1963 




Smith, Charles M. 


E 


Greenville 


1963 


1963 


1967 


1963 




Smith, J. Thomas 


E 


Greenville 


1963 


1962 


1965 


1963 




Stokes,John L. Ill 


E 


SC 


1963 


1963 


1967 


1970 




Sutton, James E. 


E 


Greenville 


1963 


1964 


1966 


1963 




Wallace, Robert L 


E 


MS 


1963 


1963 


1965 


1967 




Ward, Herman N, Jr. 


E 


Greenville 


1963 


1965 


1965 


1963 




Benfield, Jack M. 


E 


Burlington 


1964 


1966 


1968 


1964 




Daniel, David E. 


E 


Burlington 


1964 


1964 


1966 


1964 




Hood, Jean L. 


R 


Burlington 


1964 


1961 


1963 


1964 


1988 


Hunter, Jack M. 


E 


Burlington 


1964 


1962 


1966 


1964 




Juren, Jerry J. 
McCullen, Billie R 


E 


Burlington 


1964 


1964 


1968 


1964 




R 


Burlington 


1964 


1958 


1960 


1964 


1984 


Mitchell, John D. 


E 


Burlington 


1964 


1968 


1968 


1964 




Oliver, James R 


E 


Burlington 


1964 


1964 


1967 


1964 




Parker, Joseph C 


R 


Burlington 


1964 


1961 


1964 


1964 


1988 


Richardson, Allen 


R 


Burlington 


1964 


1964 


1966 


1964 


1986 


Richey, Russell E. 


E 


Burlington 


1964 


1964 


1971 


1964 




Shaw, Caswell E. 


E 


Burlington 


1964 


1964 


1966 


1964 




Starnes v James A 


E 


Burlington 


1964 


1964 


1966 


1964 





84 



FULL CONNECTION - CHRONOLOGICAL ROLL 

First Admitted Ordained 

Name Status Where When Deacon Elder 



Admitted 
To Year 
NC Retired 
Conf. 



Tingle, James A 
Winstead, Arthur W. 
Wood, Samuel L 
Draper,H.Dennis,Jr. 
Murray, Eric O. 
Ormond, John K., Jr. 
Short, James M. 
Snypes, James G. 
Tenney, H. Lester 
Cheezem, Clyde B. 
Crew, John R, Jr. 
Edge, G. Lloyd 
Gentle, Brian G. 
Grimes, Joseph J. 
Harris, Donald L 
Hobbs, John W. 
Johnson, C Reginald 
Mayo, Leonard E. 
Newman, William W. 
Phillips, J. Donald 
Stokes,James C,Jr. 
Simpson, William C,Jr. 
Wise, Denny C 
Wolfe, William L 
Barber, Morris L 
Bowman, Daniel D. 
Coile, James H. 
Cox, Richard L 
Garner, Clarence 
Lamneck, Forrest D. 
Paschal, John S. 
Roberts, John M. 
Spencer, William C,Jr. 
Swink, Lionel C 
Taylor, Bruce D. 
Wiggins, Carson O. 
Wilkinson, Howard M. 
Williams, John E. 
Wilson, Claude T. 
Campbell, Dennis M. 
Carter, Theodore V. 
Cottingham, John G. 
Elliott, Roger V. 
Gattis, William H. 
Gilbert, Milton H. 
Jessee, D. Douglas 
Lovelace, Henry N. 
Pace, James H. 
Smith, Jerry T. 
Smith,W.Stanley,Jr. 
Barber, W. Edward 
Chrismon, Harold M. 
Holtsclaw, Thomas G. 
Johnson, Lawrence E. 
Warren, M. Whitfield, Jr. 
Campbell, Jerry D. 
Creech, James E. 
France, Everett J. 
Goldfinch,AEu|ene,Jr. 
Gum, Donald FT 
Ruth, John W. 
Taylor, William V. 
Warren, H. Robert 
Wells, Woodrow W.,Jr. 
Burnside,HWilliam,Jr. 
Byers, Leonard C II 
Cyr, Ronald D. 
Dulaney, Earl G. 



Burlington 

Burlington 

Burlington 

Raleigh 

Raleigh 

Raleigh 

Greenville 

Raleigh 

Raleigh 

Rocky Mount 

Lake Junaluska 

Rocky Mount 

NY 

Rocky Mount 

Rocky Mount 

Rocky Mount 

Rocky Mount 

Rocky Mount 

Rocky Mount 

Rocky Mount 

WNC 

AL-WFL 

Rocky Mount 

Rocky Mount 

OH 

Goldsboro 

Goldsboro 

Baltimore 

Goldsboro 

W. PA 

Goldsboro 

Goldsboro 

Goldsboro 

Goldsboro 

Fayetteville 

Goldsboro 

Goldsboro 

Goldsboro 

Goldsboro 

Fayetteville 

Greensboro 

Fayetteville 

Fayetteville 

Fayetteville 

W. MI 

KY 

N. AR 

AL-WFL 

Fayetteville 

S. GA 

Chapel Hill 

Chapel Hill 

WV 

S. IN 

Chapel Hill 

Greenville 

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E Greenville 

Greenville 

Greenville 

Greenville 

Greenville 

Greenville 

Greenville 

Fayetteville 

Fayetteville 

Fayetteville 

KY 



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85 



FULL CONNECTION - CHRONOLOGICAL ROLL 

kj o „„ First Admitted Ordained 

™ro£ Status Where When Deacon Elder 



Admitted 

To Year 

NC Retired 

Conf. 



Farmer, John A 

Flynn, Robert C, Sr. 

Forbes, Joseph W. 

Forringer-May.Julie B. 

Lancaster, James R.,Jr. 

Mann, W. Joseph 

Butson, John D. 

Davis, H. Charles 

Funkhouser,M.L,Jr. 

Gunter, Edward M. 

Huffman, Virgil B. 

Lee, Don P. 

Lee, James C 

Leeland, Paul L. 

Litzenberger, Charles 

Myers, Charles D. 

Pnvette, W. Edward 

Seate, Billy F. 

Smith, George C 

Staton,Jesse C,Jr. 

Summey, James L. 

Vaughan, Richard C 

Wenberg, John W. 

Williford, Gladys R. 

Wilson, James L 

Adams, Dennis M. 

Barfield. W. Clark 

Crotwell, Helen G. 

Gooch, Ray T. 

Grissom, David R. 

Harris, James R, Jr. 

Hickle, Steven A 

Morrison, J. Edward 

Old, Marshall R. 

Oulton, Jo-Ann M. 
Redmond, Robert C 
Safley, Michael W. 
Storrs, Robert B.,Jr. 
Allen, Danny G. 
Barbour, Berry O. 
Best, Nancy R 
Blanchard, George F. 
Bogie, Edward FT 
Boyette, Lynwood C 
Brooks, Rex E. 
Brown, Wesley F. 
Clements, William E. 
CIift, David S. 
Cottingham.Wm.T.III 
Dixon, Samuel W., Jr. 
Dodson, Jerry S. 
Gaskins, Walter W.,Jr. 
Granger, Paul D. 
Hackett, Charles M. 
Hadley,J.Milton,Jr. 
Hale, Michael L 
Herring, Charles M. 
Levis, Susan P. 
Morrison, Charles K. 
O'Briant, Clarence E. 
Pollock, Charles L 
Presnell, William M. 
Smith, A Clay 
Wilson.KellyJ. Ill 
Young, Stephen E. 
Doucette, Leonard F. 
Elliott. Edward C 
Hale, Michael L 



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MN 

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Durham 
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Durham 
Durham 
Durham 
Durham 
Durham 
Durham 
DL Durham 
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Durham 
E. OH 
SC 

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Fayetteville 
Fayetteville 
Fayetteville 
Fayetteville 
Fayetteville 
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Fayetteville 
Fayetteville 
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KY 

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N.AL 
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Fayetteville 
Fayetteville 
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Fayetteville 
Kentucky 
Fayetteville 
Fayetteville 
Fayetteville 
Fayetteville 
Fayetteville 
Fayetteville 
Fayetteville 
Fayetteville 
Fayetteville 
WNC 

Fayetteville 
Fayetteville 
Fayetteville 
Fayetteville 
Fayetteville 
Fayetteville 
Fayetteville 
Fayetteville 
Central IL 
Fayetteville 



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86 



Admitted 

FULL CONNECTION -CHRONOLOGICAL ROLL To Ye; 

First Admitted Ordained NC Retire 
Name Status Where When Deacon Elder Conf. 



Hamm, Rodney G. 
Harvin, David L 
Lancaster, Ecwood C 
Lee, Henry W. 
McKenzie, Charles E. 
Methvin, Rayford H. 
Moser, Rachel T. 
O'Keef, Robert D. 
Oxendine,Milford,Jr. 
Shannonhouse, Richard 
Smith, Judi J. 
Stanfield,E.Douglas 
Tyson, Carson S. 
Way, Vance, C 
Willingham, Malcolm C 
Branch, Johnny H. 
Bryant, Terry A. 
Davis, Gerry G. 
Davis, Michael A 
Dickens, Jan J. 
Estes, Gayla G. 
Estes, J. Harvey 
Fogleman, L. Jan 
Hi lima n, Randy A. 
Hobbs, Michael B. 
Jackson, Jerry A 
Kraatz, Christian L 
Lister, Joe D. 
Morris, Alvin J. 
Moser, Rick A. 
Peele, Luther M. 
Ray, Robert H. 
Roberts, Frederick E. 
Salter,J.Neal,Jr. 
Shuler, Albert 
Von Canon, Mary L. 
Wall, Randy L 
Weber, Michael D. 
Wethington^Mark W. 
Alexander.Franklin L 
Brownlee, David E. 
Compton, Stephen C 
Gibson, Alan C. 
Goehring, David J. 
Green, H. William 
Hall, W. Kenneth 
Harper, Ruth E. 
Helms, Julian B., Jr. 
Morris, Homer E. 
Patton, G. Ronald 
Pinner, W. Rickman 
Snotherly,Wm.W.,Jr. 
Speake, George D. 
Stallsworth,Paul T. 
Womack,La Verne B.,Jr. 
Cope, Roger D. 
Dutton, John R, Jr. 
Goehring, Carol W. 
Goodwin, Dennis M. 
Grant, Henry B., Jr. 
Haddock, William A,Jr. 
Hall, Stephen B. 
HilL Edward F. II 
Huffines, Terry L. 
Levin, Dennis P. 
Little, Stephen N. 
Morrow, Floyd R 
Moseley, Charles K. 



E Fayetteville 

E Fayetteville 

E Fayetteville 

E Fayetteville 

E Fayetteville 

R Fayetteville 
WNC 



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Fayetteville 
Fayetteville 
Fayetteville 
Fayetteville 
Fayetteville 
Fayetteville 
Fayetteville 
Fayetteville 
Fayetteville 
Fayetteville 
Fayetteville 
Fayetteville 
LA Fayetteville 
LA Fayetteville 
E Johnson City,TN 
Fayetteville 
Fayetteville 
W. NY 
Fayetteville 
Fayetteville 
Fayetteville 
Fayetteville 
Fayetteville 
Fayetteville 
Fayetteville 
Fayetteville 
Fayetteville 
Fayetteville 
Fayette.MO 
Annville,PA 
Fayetteville 
Fayetteville 
Fayetteville 
Fayetteville 
Fayetteville 
Fayetteville 
Fayetteville 
Fayetteville 
Fayetteville 
Fayetteville 
Fayetteville 
Fayetteville 
Fayetteville 
Fayetteville 
Fayetteville 
Fayetteville 
Fayetteville 
Fayetteville 
Fayetteville 
Fayetteville 
Fayetteville 
Fayetteville 
Fayetteville 
Fayetteville 
Fayetteville 
Fayetteville 
KY 

Fayetteville 
Fayetteville 



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87 



FULL CONNECTION - CHRONOLOGICAL ROLL 

First Admitted Ordained 

Name Status Where When Deacon Elder 



Admitted 
To Year 
NC Retired 
ConX 



Nanney, R. Keith 
Privette, Tommy G. 
Sheppard, Dennis R. 
Smith, Haywood A 
Smith, Neil E. 
Soule, Guy V., Jr. 
West, Pearl G. 
Armstrong, R. Martin II] 
Braswell, William E. 
Campbell, Curtis W. 
Daniel, M. Francis 
Helms, Suzanna Ross 
Hill, Leon E. 
Hill, Ralph M. 
Home, AJvin M. 
Lane, Barry L 
Maultsby.Josiah AIII 
Melvin, Benny R. 
Melvin, Thomas G. 
Parrish, Carrie W. 
Stone, Richard LIII 
Tyson, M. Eugene 
Wall, C Arthur 
Wall, Lvnn T 
Ward, Hope Morgan 
Wynn, Samuel 
Bell, James D. 
Bergland, Robert E. 
Broadwell, Alan R. 
Brown, Ralph Alan 
Butner.Rufus E. Ill 
Covington, John Q.,Jr. 
Cummings, S. Dufrene 
Cummings, William E. 
Davis, Woody L 
Elliott, Michael H. 
Farmer, Penny D. 
Godwin, Sherwood A 
Hardt, Otto H. C 
Ingram, Geraldine D. 
Jones, George A 
Kasper, J. Mark 
Kennedy,Mark H.,Jr. 
Lev/is, Jerry D. 
Lindblade.Eric N.,Jr. 
Locklear, Bill James 
Pax ton. Roger D. 
Pernell, Leon J. 
Schutt, C Dubois 
Smith, Ira H. 
Southern, H. Gray 
Stanley,Richard A, Jr. 
Strock,Stephen F.S. 
Swartz, Alan P. 
Wade, David C 
Wittman, Raymond K. 
Blanchard, Diane C 
Cobb, A Gene, Jr. 
Cook, Charles M. 
Everett, Glenn B. 
Frazier, R. Carl,Jr. 
Gales, Alvester I. 
Lindblade, Susan C 
Merchant, Michele W. 
McLendon, J. Earl 
Greenwood, Susan Pate 
Rea vis, James L.Jr. 
Smith, Charles C 



Fayetteville 
Fayetteville 
Fayetteville 
Fayetteville 
Fayetteville 
Fayetteville 
R Fayetteville 
E Fayetteville 
Fayetteville 
Fayetteville 
Fayetteville 
Fayetteville 
Fayetteville 
Fayetteville 
Fayetteville 
Fayetteville 
Fayetteville 
Fayetteville 
Fayetteville 
Fayetteville 
Fayetteville 
Fayetteville 
Fayetteville 
Fayetteville 
Fayetteville 
Fayetteville 
Fayetteville 
Fayetteville 
Fayetteville 
Fayetteville 
Fayetteville 
Fayetteville 
Fayetteville 
Fayetteville 
Fayetteville 
Fayetteville 
Fayetteville 
Fayetteville 
Fayetteville 
Fayetteville 
Fayetteville 
Fayetteville 
Fayetteville 
Fayetteville 
Fayetteville 
Fayetteville 
Fayetteville 
LA Fayetteville 
E Fayetteville 
Fayetteville 
Fayetteville 
Fayetteville 
Fayetteville 
Fayetteville 
Fayetteville 
Fayetteville 
Collegeville,MN 
Fayetteville 
Fayetteville 
Fayetteville 
Fayetteville 
Fayetteville 
Fayetteville 
Fayetteville 
DL Fayetteville 
E Fayetteville 
E Fayetteville 
E Fayetteville 



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Admitted 


FULL CONNECTION 


CHRONOLOGIC/ 




To 


Year 






First Admittec 


1 


Ordained 


NC 


Retired 


Name Status 


Where 


When 


Deacon 


i Elder 


Conf. 




Supplee, Thomas B. 


E 


Fayetteville 


1981 


1981 


1987 


1981 




Tatum, Jimmie R 


E 


Fayetteville 


1981 


1981 


1986 


1981 




Tyson. John H. 
Yow, W. Joseph, Jr. 


E 


Fayetteville 


1981 


1981 


1986 


1981 




E 


Fayetteville 


1981 


1981 


1985 


1981 




Bowden,RLawrence,Jr. 


E 


AL-W.FL 


1982 


1982 


1988 


1982 




Boykin, William A 


E 


Fayetteville 


1982 


1982 


1984 


1982 




Harsh-Cafferty.SusanL 
Jansen, John J. 


E 


Fayetteville 


1982 


1982 


1986 


1982 




E 


Fayetteville 


1982 


1982 


1986 


1982 




Johnson, Glenda N. 


E 


Fayetteville 


1982 


1982 


1984 


1982 




Smith, Bobby E. 
Spaulding, David V. 
Townsend, William C 


E 


Fayetteville 


1982 


1969 


1986 


1982 




E 


Kentucky 


1982 


1982 


1984 


1986 




E 


Fayetteville 


1982 


1982 


1987 


1982 




Aaron, Charles L., Jr. 


E 


Fayetteville 


1983 


1983 


1989 


1983 




Allen, F. Bruce 


E 


Fayetteville 


1983 


1983 


1987 


1983 




Allred, Susan L. 


E 


Fayetteville 


1983 


1983 


1986 


1983 




Brunson, Jesse 


E 


Fayetteville 


1983 


1983 


1987 


1983 




Cribb, Jerry W. 


E 


Fayetteville 


1983 


1983 


1986 


1983 




Felton, Gayle C 


E 


Fayetteville 


1983 


1983 


1989 


1983 




Francis, David H. 


E 


Fayetteville 


1983 


1983 


1989 


1983 




Huskins, James R, Sr. 


E 


Fayetteville 


1983 


1983 


1987 


1983 




Lowry, Jerry 
McAdams,David S.,Jr. 


E 


Fayetteville 


1983 


1983 


1987 


1983 




E 


Fayetteville 


1983 


1983 


1985 


1983 




McQuade, J. Stanley 


E 


Irish Meth.Conf. 




# 


1955 


1986 




Metcalf, Ellen H. 


E 


Fayetteville 


1983 


1983 


1985 


1983 




Oldham, Kirk Bradley 


E 


FL 


1983 


1983 


1986 


1990 




Owens, Charles B. 


E 


Fayetteville 


1983 


1983 


1986 


1983 




Radford, Jack R 


E 


Fayetteville 


1983 


1983 


1986 


1983 




Sweeley, Thomas L 


E 


Fayetteville 


1983 


1983 


1986 


1983 




Trotter, J. Albert 


E 


Fayetteville 


1983 


1983 


1987 


1983 




Whitaker, Karen H. 


E 


Fayetteville 


1983 


1983 


1985 


1983 




Blanchard, Randy C 


E 


Fayetteville 


1984 


1984 


1986 


1984 




Clayton, Richard T 


E 


Fayetteville 


1984 


1984 


1988 


1984 




Clive, Mary AJene 
Crabtree, Wade W. 


E 


Fayetteville 


1984 


1984 


1989 


1984 




E 


Fayetteville 


1984 


1984 


1988 


1984 




Crowe, John M. 


E 


Fayetteville 


1984 


1984 


1988 


1984 




Davis, Eldrick R 


E 


Fayetteville 


1984 


1984 


1988 


1984 




Edwards,Camille Yorkey 


E 


Fayetteville 


1984 


1984 


1988 


1984 




Eure, A J., Jr. 


E 


Fayetteville 


1984 


1984 


1986 


1984 




Evans, Tommy L. 
Gleaves, Edith L 


E 


Fayetteville 


1984 


1984 


1988 


1984 




E 


Fayetteville 


1984 


1984 


1988 


1984 




Higgins, Lawrence C 


E 


Fayetteville 


1984 


1984 


1987 


1984 




Hunnings, Bess G. 


E 


Fayetteville 


1984 


1984 


1987 


1984 




MadisonJ.Talton,Jr. 
Martin, Dwight E. 


E 


Fayetteville 


1984 


1984 


1986 


1984 




E 


Fayetteville 


1984 


1984 


1988 


1984 




Mason, Glenn E. 


E 


Fayetteville 


1984 


1984 


1988 


1984 




Moore, Donna Susan 


E 


Fayetteville 


1984 


1984 


1989 


1984 




Osteen,E.Powell,Jr. 


E 


Fayetteville 


1984 


1984 


1987 


1984 




Pruett, Vickie Sue 


E 


Fayetteville 


1984 


1984 


1990 


1984 




Strother, Jonathan E. 


E 


Fayetteville 


1984 


1984 


1988 


1984 




Warren,W.Arthur,Jr. 


E 


Fayetteville 


1984 


1984 


1987 


1984 




Wilkerson, Richard P. 
Woodard,John R,Jr. 


E 


Fayetteville 


1984 


1984 


1986 


1984 




E 


Fayetteville 


1984 


1984 


1986 


1984 




Banks, David A 


E 


Fayetteville 


1985 


1985 


1987 


1985 




Fairley, Leonard E. 


E 


Fayetteville 


1985 


1985 


1988 


1985 




Fischler, David S. 


E 


Fayetteville 


1985 


1985 


1988 


1985 




Hicks, Phyllis 


E 


Fayetteville 


1985 


1985 


1988 


1985 




Hollis, Thomas M. 


E 


Fayetteville 


1985 


1985 


1989 


1985 




Lackey, Duke C 


E 


Fayetteville 


1985 


1985 


1989 


1985 




Pasquarello.Michael 
Shields, Robert S. 


E 


Fayetteville 


1985 


1985 


1987 


1985 




E 


Fayetteville 


1985 


1985 


1990 


1985 




Stanley, Bruce E. 


E 


Fayetteville 


1985 


1985 


1987 


1985 




Sykes, R. Michael 
Ward, James B. 


E 


Fayetteville 


1985 


1985 


1989 


1985 




E 


Fayetteville 


1985 


1985 


1990 


1985 




Williams, William F. 


E 


Fayetteville 


1985 


1985 


1988 


1985 




Clyburn, M. Claire 


E 


Durham 


1986 


1986 


1989 


1986 




Cole, Lisa Ann Brown 


E 


Durham 


1986 


1986 


1988 


1986 




Franklin, K. Mike 


E 


Durham 


1986 


1986 


1988 


1986 




Jenkins, David O. 


E 


Durham 


1986 


1986 


1988 


1986 





89 



FULL CONNECTION 



Name 



CHRONOLOGICAL ROLL tT^ 6 Year 

First Admitted Ordained NC Retired 
When Deacon Elder Conf. 



Status Where 



Langley, Delores Anne 


E 


Durham 


1986 


1986 


1990 


1986 


Loy, Samuel W. 


E 


Durham 


1986 


1986 


1988 


1986 


Marsicano, Leslie M. 


E 


Durham 


1986 


1986 


1988 


1986 


McMillan,Samuel D.III 


E 


Durham 


1986 


1986 


1989 


1986 


Mitchell, William K., Jr. 


E 


Durham 


1986 


1986 


1990 


1986 


Morgan, Deborah Ann 
Mullen, Roderic L 


E 


Durham 


1986 


1986 


1990 


1986 


E 


Durham 


1986 


1986 


1988 


1986 


Robinson, Larry 


E 


Durham 


1986 


1986 


1989 


1986 


Skinner, Robert O. 


E 


Durham 


1986 


1986 


1988 


1986 


Smith, Carolyn R. 


E 


Durham 


1986 


1986 


1990 


1986 


Snider, Ronald J. 


E 


Durham 


1986 


1986 


1990 


1986 


Tysinger, Richard M. 
Williams,Samuel A,Jr. 


E 


Durham 


1986 


1986 


1989 


1986 


E 


Durham 


1986 


1986 


1989 


1986 


Brown, Vernon W. Ill 


E 


Fayetteville 


1987 


1987 


1990 


1987 


Fair, Leonard O. 


E 


Fayetteville 


1987 


1987 


1989 


1987 


Jenks, Gregory K. 


E 


Fayetteville 


1987 


1987 


1990 


1987 


Malloy, David O. 
May, Raegan V. 
Miller, Joanna C 


E 


Fayetteville 


1987 


1987 


1990 


1987 


E 


Fayetteville 


1987 


1987 


1990 


1987 


E 


Fayetteville 


1987 


1987 


1990 


1987 


Sheets,R Branson III 


E 


Fayetteville 


1987 


1987 


1989 


1987 


Thomason, Marshall K. 


E 


Fayetteville 


1987 


1987 


1990 


1987 


Crane, Larry D. 


E 


Fayetteville 


1988 


1988 


1990 


1988 


Fowler, Leon Delanoa 


E 


Wesleyan Church 


1988 


1988 


1990 


1988 


Hudson, Pamela Jo 


E 


Fayetteville 


1988 


1988 


1990 


1988 


Innes, Randall E. 


E 


Fayetteville 


1988 


1988 


1990 


1988 


McFarland, Dena Jo 


E 


Fayetteville 


1988 


1988 


1990 


1988 


Russell Timothy J. 
Webb-Bowden, Julia 


E 


Fayetteville 


1988 


1988 


1990 


1988 


E 


Fayetteville 


1988 


1988 


1990 


1988 


Wilburn, William J. 


E 


Fayetteville 


1988 


1988 


1990 


1988 


Witt, Peggy Ormsby 
Witt, Wmiam J, Jr. 


E 


Fayetteville 


1988 


1988 


1990 


1988 


E 


Fayetteville 


1988 


1988 


1990 


1988 



+ Orders recognized from another denomination 
# No Deacon's Orders 



90 



STATUS 

ASSOCIATE MEMBERS Admitted Licto 

Name into Associate Membership Pre. 



ORDERS APPTMT. YEAR 

YRS RETIRED 
Deacon Elder LP AM Total 



McLean, Billy W. A 
Olive, John Gilbert 
Davis, Donnie Gray, Sr. 
Evans, Paul Wesley 
Bryan, Everette Ervin 
Huggins, Johnnie Sinclair 
Parnell, Evander 
Hicks, James Wesley, Jr. 
Leonard, Orville Earl 
Lewis, Richard Farmer 
Massey, Gerald Rudolph 
Umstead, Charles I., Jr. 
Fraley, Fletcher W. 
Fulford, William Nelson 
Wesley, Luther Vernon 
Farmer, William Herbert 
Knowles, Russell Ray 
Royall, Lloyd Graham 
Forbes, Daniel Mercer, Jr. 
Hunnings, Henry Marcus 
Lamb, Waverly Douglas 
McCall, Emmitt Carnelia 
Rattz, Robert Eugene, Sr. 
Lewis, Wallace Bradford 
Dillon, Frederick Fairfax 
Cuthrell, Billy Boyd 
Free, Virgil Loren 
Caviness, James William, Jr. 
Jordan, Bobby Lee 
Lancaster, Maurice Lew 
Cummings, Jimmy Floyd 
Lane, John Rodney, Jr. 
Bowman, John Martin 
Carpenter, Robert Lee, Jr. 
Gutnrie, Walter Sherman 



LA 


1968 


1962 


1968 


6 


21 


27 






1969 


1951 


1959 


1961 1 


21 


22 






1969 


1960 


1962 


1964 9 


21 


30 




R 


1970 


1959 


1967 


6 


19 


25 


1990 




1971 


1965 


1969 


6 


20 


25 






1971 


1966 


1969 


5 


19 


24 




DL 


1971 


1966 


1969 


5 


18 


23 




DL 


1972 


1968 


1970 


4 


17 


21 




R 


1972 


1963 


1970 


5 


6 


11 


1976 




1972 


1967 


1969 


5 


17 


22 






1972 


1968 


1970 


4 


17 


21 




R 


1972 


1965 


1969 


7 


8 


15 


1980 


R 


1973 


1965 


1970 


7 


12 


19 


1984 


R 


1973 


1955 


1958 


17 


12 


29 


1985 


R 


1973 


1948 


1970 


9 


11 


20 


1985 


R 


1974 


1969 


1970 


3 


14 


17 


1989 




1974 


1962 


1965 


11 


16 


27 






1974 


1963 


1969 


11 


16 


27 






1976 


1971 


1972 


7 


15 


22 




R 


1976 


1959 


1969 


11 


10 


21 


1987 




1976 


1970 


1972 


6 


14 


20 






1976 


1973 


1974 


4 


14 


18 






1976 


1973 


1973 


4 


14 


18 






1977 


1972 


1974 


5 


12 


17 




DL 


1978 


1962 


1969 


14 


11 


25 




SA 


1980 


1970 


1972 


10 


10 


20 




DL 


1981 


1953 


1974 


10 


9 


19 






1982 


1971 


1972 


11 


8 


19 






1983 


1973 


1983 


6 


4 


10 






1983 


1977 


1983 


4 


7 


11 






1984 


1970 


1971 


4 


6 


10 






1984 


1978 


1984 


11 


6 


17 






1986 


1976 


1986 


12 


4 


16 






1988 


1980 


1988 


9 


2 


11 






1988 


1984 


1988 


4 


2 


6 





PROBATIONARY MEMBERS 

Name 



Where 
Admitted 



Year 



Disciplinary Ordained 
Paragraph Deacon 



Johnson, Paul Jones III 
Pruett, Vickie Sue 
Jarrett, Eddie Jo 
Shields, Robert Strong 
Ward, James Bell 
Barker, Michael Reed 
Benson, David Clark 
Boggs, Michael Kevin 
Briggs, Jr., Edwin Albert 
Lykins, Mark Elvin 
Moore, Stanley Carl 
Morgan, Deborah 
Scanlan, Carla Jory 
Smith, Carolyn Reed 
Snider, Ronald James 
Wingo, Brian Wayne 
Hall, Steven Michael 
Holliday, William Ervin 
Kelly, Linda Marie 
Roberts, Jeffrey Lee 
Russell, John Martin 
Thomason, Marshall Keith 
Blaisdell, Roger Allan 
Brown, James Stanley 
Browne, Frances Louise 
Collier, Jr. ; Milton Bailey 
Garner, Kimberly Anne 
Jenkins, Edith Dudley 
Malloy, Jr., James Edward 



SA Fayetteville 



ray< 
WV 



SA 



Fayetteville 
Fayetteville 
Fayetteville 

LA Durham 
Durham 

LA Durham 
Durham 
Durham 
Durham 
Durham 
Durham 
Durham 
Durham 
Durham 
Fayetteville 
Fayetteville 

SA Fayetteville 
Fayetteville 

LA Fayetteville 
Fayetteville 
Fayetteville 
Fayetteville 
Fayetteville 
Fayetteville 
Fayetteville 
Fayetteville 
Fayetteville 



1984 


415 


1984 


415 


1985 


415 


1985 


415 


1985 


415 


1986 


415 


1986 


415 


1986 


415 


1986 


415 


1986 


415 


1986 


415 


1986 


415 


1986 


415 


1986 


415 


1986 


415 


1986 


415 


1987 


415 


1987 


415 


1987 


415 


1987 


415 


1987 


415 


1987 


415 


1988 


415 


1988 


415 


1988 


415 


1988 


415 


1988 


415 


1988 


415 


1988 


415 



1984 
1984 
1985 
1985 
1985 
1986 
1986 
1986 
1986 
1986 
1986 
1986 
1986 
1986 
1986 
1986 
1987 
1987 
1987 
1987 
1987 
1987 
1988 
1988 
1988 
1988 
1988 
1988 
1988 



91 



PROBATIONARY MEMBERS 

Name 



Where 
Admitted 



Year 



Disciplinary Ordained 
Paragraph Deacon 



Mott, Joyce Reynolds 
Perry, Brian Darren 
Price, Barbara Kathryn Mollis 
Russell, Timothy John 
Thompson, Eireen G.Isley 
Wanger, Stephen Paul 
Washington, Scott Cameron 
Webb-Bowden, Julia 
Wilburn, William Joseph 
Wingo, Norma Walters 
Witt, Peggy Ormsby 
Witt, Jr., William J 
Woodhouse, Andrea Reese 
Woodhouse, David William 
Aydlett, W. Christopher, Jr. 
Bailey, James Edward 
Conner, Sandra Jean (Rose) 
Fox, Doris Thompson 
Graves, Stacey Zane 
Guthrie, Kendall Jay 
Hall, William Kenneth, Jr. 
Harrington, William David 
Kossan, Joseph Eugene 
Maynard, Randall Grey 
McElroy, Steven Wayne 
Milton, Stuart McRae 
Page, Jack Ward, Jr. 
Pierce, Wanda Charlene Horton 
Smith, George Jerome 
Smith, William Thomas 
Wall, Shelly Wilson 
Ward, Richard Lee 
Winston, Joseph Aubrey III 
Belcher, Carl Dean 
Bingham, William Allen 
Denny, Clyde Arthur 
Edwards, Patricia Ann Dover 
Faleout, Roy Francis, Jr. 
Gilnkin, Haywood Wrenn 
Graves, Waiter Lawrence 
Hammond, Robert Michael 
Hinnant, Henry Mallie 
Jackson, Richard Carnell 
Leburg, Michael William 
Sharpe, Benjamin Sandlin, Jr. 
Smith, Granville Earl 
Warren, Donnie Ray, Jr. 
Weaver, James Thomas, Jr. 



Fayetteville 
Fayetteville 

SA Fayetteville 
Fayetteville 
Fayetteville 
Fayetteville 
Fayetteville 
Fayetteville 
Fayetteville 

LA Fayetteville 
Fayetteville 
Fayetteville 
Fayetteville 
Fayetteville 
Fayetteville 
Fayetteville 
Fayetteville 
Fayetteville 
Fayetteville 
Fayetteville 
Fayetteville 
Fayetteville 
Fayetteville 
Fayetteville 
Fayetteville 
Fayetteville 
Fayetteville 
Fayetteville 
Fayetteville 
Fayetteville 
Fayetteville 
Fayetteville 
Fayetteville 
Fayetteville 

SA Fayetteville 
Fayetteville 
Fayetteville 
Fayetteville 
Fayetteville 
Fayetteville 
Fayetteville 
Southern Baptist 
AME Zion 
Fayetteville 
Fayetteville 
Fayetteville 
Fayetteville 
Fayetteville 



1988 


415 


1988 


1988 


415 


1988 


1988 


415 


1988 


1988 


415 


1988 


1988 


415 


1988 


1988 


415 


1988 


1988 


415 


1988 


1988 


415 


1988 


1988 


415 


1988 


1988 


415 


1988 


1988 


415 


1988 


1988 


415 


1988 


1988 


415 


1988 


1988 


415 


1988 


1989 


415 


1989 


1989 


415 


1989 


1989 


415 


1989 


1989 


415 


1989 


1989 


415 


1989 


1989 


415 


1989 


1989 


415 


1989 


1989 


415 


1989 


1989 


415 


1989 


1989 


415 


1989 


1989 


415 


1989 


1989 


415 


1989 


1989 


415 


1989 


1989 


427.3 


1989 


1989 


415 


1989 


1989 


415 


1989 


1989 


415 


1989 


1989 


415 


1989 


1989 


427.3 


1989 


1990 


415 


1990 


1990 


415 


1990 


1990 


415 


1990 


1990 


415 


1990 


1990 


415 


1990 


1990 


415 


1990 


1990 


415 


1990 


1990 


415 


1990 


1990 




1990 


1990 




1990 


1990 


415 


1990 


1990 


415 


1990 


1990 


415 


1990 


1990 


415 


1990 


1990 


415 


1990 



FULL TIME LOCAL PASTORS Course 
Name License Completed 



Year Year First 
Ordained Appointed 
Deacon Elder Retired 



Boyce, Jerry Lee 
Brock, Leon Moran 
Casteel, Joseph Wayne 
Collins, Eugene Addison 
Craig, Robert Blair 
Davis, Jefferson Wood row 
Early, Laura G. 
Fairley, Robert A. 
Fiegler, Josef E. 
Hamilton, Riley Tex 
Harbin, Harold Harvey, Jr. 
Hardison, Riley Vance 
Hargrove. Robert Houston 
Hause, Charles John 
Hinson, Walter Michael 
Home, Herbert Franklin 



1986 


Second Year 




1990 


1956 


Fifth Year 


1969 


1967 


1988 


Completed 
First Year 




1988 


1988 




1988 


1985 


Third Year 




1985 


1956 


Completed 


1962 


1956 


1987 


Completed 




1987 


1970 


Completed 






1984 


Completed 




1988 


198V 


License 




1988 


1989 


License 




1990 


1971 


Completed 


1972 


1971 


1980 


Completed 




1980 


1976 


Completed 
Third Year 




1978 


1986 




1986 


1972 


Completed 


1974 


1973 



1975 



1984 



1987 



1990 



92 



Year Year First 
Course Ordained Appointed 
Completed Deacon Elder Retired 



FULL TIME LOCAL PASTORS 

Name License 



Johnson, Doris Jean 1986 

Jones, Donnie Lee 1988 

Jones, Linwood Sutton 1974 

King, William Robert DL 1955 

Ledford, John Thomas R 1949 

Leonhard, Richard 1989 

Ling, Steven Michael 1989 

Mayes, Rodger Neal 1984 

McLean, James Harold 1985 

McMillan, James Randall 1990 

McNair, Ester Maxwell R 1968 

Miller, George Du Rant R 1960 

Nelms, Benjamin Earl 1986 

Owens, Harley McCoy R 1956 

Parker, Richard Henry 1987 

Reed, James Clifford 1986 

Reed, Richard Gordon 1986 

Renn, Sr., William DeVries 1986 

Rouse, Jere Alton 1963 

Schroll, Roger Edward 1986 

Smith, Robert Kinsey 1989 

Stalnaker, James K. 1990 

Tomberlin, Joe Luther 1986 

Treihart, Charles M. R 1960 

Turnage, Roy L. R 1970 

Varnum, Tracie R 1947 

Williams, Roger Charles 1987 



Third Year 

License 

Completed 

Completed 

Completed 

Completed/Ohio 

License 

First Year 

Fourth Year 

Seminary Grad 

Completed 

Fourth Year 

Seminary Grad 

Completed 

Seminary Grad 

Completed 

Completed 

Third Year 

Completed 

Completed 

Seminary Grad 1977 

License 

Fourth Year 

Completed 

Completed 

Completed 

Second Year 



1986 



1979 




1977 




1960 




1957 




1954 


1957 


1960 
1989 
1989 
1982 
1985 
1990 


1980 


1978 




1968 


1986 


1965 




1964 
1990 


1973 


1960 


1962 


1956 
1990 
1986 
1986 
1986 


1983 


1966 




1963 
1986 




1977 


1979 


1977/89 

1990 

1984 




1963 




1960 


1983 


1972 




1970 


1982 


1958 




1949 


1984 






1987 





PART TIME LOCAL PASTORS 

Name License 



Course 
Completed 



Yr.Ordained 
Deacon 



Retired 



Adams, Anthony Angelo 1988 Completed 

Bacote, Thomas B. 1974 Completed 

Cash, Warren S. 1979 Completed 

Covington, J. Earl 1988 License 

Cribb, George Franklin 1982 Completed 

Dawkins, Donald Martin 1979 Third Year 

Ferguson, Horace Taylor 1984 Completed 

Furr, Lenier Everitte 1990 License 

Goddard, Gayle 1990 Duke Divinity School 

Hamilton, Susan Walker 1987 License 

Hewett, William Oscar 1988 License 

Hill, Richard C, Jr. 1984 License 

Hocutt, Allison Brady 1990 License 

Hoffman, Betty Ann Hartsfield 1989 License 

Huston, Clarence Earl 1972 One & One-half Yrs 

Jones, Henry Tyler 1990 License 

Little, Milton Earl 1981 Fourth Year 

McLean, Emma Ruth 1958 Five Years 1960 1990 

Melvin, Billie Fallon, Jr. 1973 Completed 1976 

Morton, Elva LeRoy III 1988 First Year 

Ormond Wilbur C, Jr. 1978 Fourth Year 

Powers, Daniel Paul 1968 Completed 1970 

Presnal, Gregg Allen 1990 License 

Prine, John Paul 1990 License 

Richards, Gregory Scott 1988 First Yr./Duke 

Shipman, Marilyn Koeppen 1979 Completed 

Strong, Donald Blaine 1980 Completed 

Tomberlin, Joe Luther 1986 License 

West, Thaddeus Clifton, Jr. 1957 Completed 

Wood, Andrew Benjamin 1989 License 

Woodworth, Douglas Richard- 1957 Completed 1959 

Woriax, Carolyn Cummings 1990 Seminary Grad 

Worth, Leroy, Sr. 1988 Second Year 



93 



STUDENT LOCAL PASTORS 



Name 



License 



School 



Allen, Ebern Earl 


1989 


Allred, Gary E. 
Bachman, Anne Torrance 


1987 


1988 


Bravender, Paul Eugene 


1989 


Brooks, Ernest Ray 


1987 


Buffaloe, Janet Kennedy 


1990 


Bullard, Lyndle R. 


1988 


Campbell, John Avery 


1987 


Cumn, Douglas Brian 


1988 


Fisher, James Albert 


1989 


Formo, Steven Neil 


1990 


Frese, Michael D. 


1990 


Gerber, John Edward 


1987 


Guillemette, Joel Burton 


1987 


Harris, Derrick K. 


1987 


Hill, Danny Christopher 


1986 


Hill, Richard Charles, Jr. 


1984 


Jackson, Jeffrey Lynn 


1985 


Johnson, James Donald 


1990 


Johnson, James Paul 


1989 


Jones, Garry Eugene 

(from Louisville Conf.) 
Kirby, Stephen Hayden 
Krueger, Todd Stephen 
Lockiear, Kenneth Wayne 


1989 




1988 


1989 


1982 


Lowry, Herbert, Jr. 


1989 


Lowry, Tryon Delton 


1985 


Martin, Sanuel Francis III 


1988 


Maynard, Phillip Ray 
McDowell, Thomas Darrell 


1986 


1982 


McLawhorn, Robert T. 


1964 


McLeod, Walter Emmett 


1984 


Miller, Douglas William 


1990 


Morris, Kevin Michael 


1989 


Noble, James Crispin II 


1990 


Odom, Joyce Darnell 


1990 


Park, Eric Stephen 


1989 


Patrick, Larry Glynn 

(Licensea and served in the M 
Phillips, Bruce D. 


1990 


S Conf.) 
1988 


Plowman, Charles H. 


1990 


Plowman, Sally S. 


1988 


Preston, Hunter Hadley 


1990 


Prince, Gilbert Hamilton, Jr. 


1989 


Reed, Richard Gordon, Sr. 


1986 


Smith, Adolph Conrad 


1988 


Spence, Clinton William 
Todd, Troy Kevin 
Toney, John Franklin 


1988 


1989 


1989 



NCWesleyan College 
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DIAGONAL MINISTERS Consecration Admitted to 

Name Status Conference/Year NC Conference Retired 



Areo, David Anthony 
Balance, Bernice 
Biddle, Margaret Anne 
Conner, Carol Denise 
Davenport, Laura 
Freeman, Brigitte Ann 
Garrison, Jr., Robert H. 
Gattis, Irene 
Hines, David E. 
Huckaby, Jr. Robert Lewis 
Jacobs, Harold Dean 
Johnson, Marilyn 
Nicholson, Sue Ellen 
Norton, Mary Jane Pierce 
O'Connor, Tacoma 
Offutt, Alma Whitfield 



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1981 
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1987 



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D1ACONAL MINISTERS 

Name Status Conference/Year NC Conference Retired 

Parker, Susan Martin 

Powell, Cynthia Diane 

Stocks, Lois Hardee 

Strange, Carol Dell 

Vaughan Ill.Stephen Walton 

Walker, Wanda Gail R 1977 1977 1990 

Weisser, William James 

Williams, Richard Jerome 

Womack, Leslie Castle R 1981 1981 1988 





Consecration 


Admitted to 


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Conference/Year 


NC Conference 




1990 


1990 




1990 


1990 




1980 


1980 


SA 


1975 


1985 




1976 


1976 


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1977 


1977 




1978 


1978 




1973 


1973 


R 


1981 


1981 



1990 - 1991 ALPHABETICAL CONFERENCE DIRECTORY 

NOTE: Information for the Conference Directory is derived from 
information in the Conference computer and the response to the letter 
from the Conference Secretary dated May 8, 1990. The minister's 
greeting name is included in brackets and the spouse's name in 
parentheses. By popular request, both home and office address are 
included. THE MINISTER'S PREFERRED MAILING ADDRESS IS DENOTED BY AN 
ASTERISK (*). 

If there is an error in the information shown below, please 
notify the Conference Secretary's Office. 



HOME STUDY_ 

Bishop Carlton P. Minnick, Jr. 

Bishop, Raleigh Area 

3116 Eton Road 

Raleigh, NC 27608 

782-0520 832-9560 



[C. P.] (Mary Ann) 



P. 0. Box 10955 
Raleigh, NC 27605 



(Honorary Member) 

Bishop Joseph 3. Bethea [Joe] (Shi 

Bishop, Columbia Area 

4111 Ivey Hall Dr. 

Columbia. SC 29206 

803/738-0806 



4908 Colonial Dr.. Suite 1( 
Columbia, SC 29203 
803/786-9486 



Aaron, Jr., Charles I. [Chuck] (Sandra) 

(RO) Special Appointment - Appointed to Attend School 

1507B Spring Tree Ct. * 3401 Brook Rd. 

Richmond, VA 23228 Richmond, VA 23227 

804/262-1925 

Adams, Anthony [Tony] (Ellen) 

(UI) Associate - Wesleyan Chapel UMC 

* 518 Camway Drive 

Wilmington, NC 28403 

392-6924 686-4041 



Adams, Dennis Marion [Dennis] (Lee) 
(FA) Associate - Camp Ground UMC 

5232 Flat Rock Dr. * 

Fayetteville, NC 28311 
822-9245 



Camp Ground Dr. 
Fayetteville, NC 28314 
867-9436 



A i Lis, Lovell R. [Lovell] (Barbara) 
(RA) Clayton UMC 

* POBox 475, 334 S. Page St 
Clayton, NC 27520 

553-6446 

Aitken, P. Wesley [Wesley] (Ruth) 
(DU) Retired Minister 

* 2909 Harriman Rd. 
Durham, NC 27705 

489-5491 



Alexander, Frank L. [Frank] 
(DU) Ellis Chapel UMC 

5316 Lakeview Drive 

Durham, NC 27712 
383-8880 



(Ml 



5316 Lakeview Dr. 
Durham, NC 27712 



Alexander, Gayle T. [Gayle] 
(BU) Retired Minister 
* 1018 Edith Street 

Burlington. NC 27215 
226-6390 



228-0581 



Alexander, Jr., J. C. [J. C] (Sue) 

(BU) Special Appointment - Assoc. Prof .& Assoc. Dean Western Car.Uni 
* Rt. 3, Box 199 Western Carolina Univ. 

201 Stillwell 
Sylva, NC 28779 Cullowhee, NC 28723 

704/586-5220 704/227-7646 



Allen, Danny G. [Danny] (Dona) 
(GO) Warsaw UMC 

202 S. Brighton Ave. 

Warsaw, NC 28398 
293-4365 

Allen, Ebern Earl [Ebern] (Kay; 
(GR) Hobgood UMC 
* P Box 820 

Bethel, NC 27812 
825-6741 



P Box 422 
Warsaw, NC 28398 
293-4944 



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Allen, Frank Bruce [Bruce] (Susan) 
(RM) Littleton UMC 

* P Box 26 
Littleton. NC 27850 

586-3985 

Allen, Jr., Gordon E. [Gordon] (Al 
(RM) Rich Square- Wood I and UMC 

819 Bryantown Rd. 

Rich Square. NC 27869 
539-4283 

Allred, Gary E. [Gary] (Lou Ann) 
(DU) Andrews Chapel UMC 

* Rt. 4, Box 389A 
Durham, NC 27703 

596-4525 

Allred, Susan Lutz [Susan] (Herb) 
(BU) Aldersgate UMC 

1306 LeClair St. 

Chapel Hill. NC 27514 
942-5177 

Andrews, Chester J. [Chester] 
(BU) Retired Minister 

* 117 U. Union Street 
Hillsborough, NC 27278 

732-7712 



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Box 228 

Rich Square, NC 27869 
539-4283 



6702 Leesvi I le Rd. 

Durham, NC 27703 

596-8249 



632 Laurel Hi ll 

Chapel Hi I, NC 

968-6231 



Rd. 
27514 



Andrews, Jr. , John C. 
(RM) Northampton UMC 
* P. O.Box 767 

Jackson, NC 27845 
534-4281 



[John] (Nancy) 



Argo, D. Anthony [Tony] 

(FA) Diaconal Minister 
610 Greenland Drive 
Fayetteville, NC 28305 
485-7419 

Armstrong, Edward P. [Ed] (Sara) 
(NB) Retired Minister 

* 2424 Tram Rd. 

New Bern. NC 28560 
633-3465 

Armstrong III, R. Martin [Martin] 
(GR) Hookerton UMC 

* P. 0. Box 10 
Hookerton, NC 28538 

747-5548 

Auman, James A. [Jim] (Dot) 
(NB) Retired Minister 

* 300 Brentwood Ave. 
Jacksonville, NC 28540 

347-2602 



1700 Fort Bragg Rd 
Fayetteville, NC 28303 
484-0181 



Aycock, John D. [John] 
(RO) Retired Minister 
* P Box 159 

Rowland, NC 28383 
422-3156 



(Fran) 



Aydlett, Jr., W. Christopher 
(DU) Longhurst UMC 
* 156 Providence Rd. 
Roxboro, NC 27573 
597-4306 



[Chris] (Angie) 



Bachmann, Anne T. [Anne] ( 
(BU) Union Grove UMC 
* Rt. 3, Box 488 

Hillsborough, NC 27278 
929-4597 



Bacote, Thomas Benjamin [Tom] 
(RO) Pembroke Circuit UMC 
* 1808 Gola Dr. 

Fayetteville, NC 28301 
488-6899 



P Box 1914 
Pembroke, NC 28372 
486-1397 



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Bailey, James E. [James] (Carer 
(DU) Stem-Bullock's UMC 
* P Box 10 

Stem. NC 27581 
528-1080 

Bailey, James H. [Jim] (Helen) 
(RM) First UMC 

1206 Branch St. 

Wilson. NC 27893 
243-2046 



] (Freda) 
ct UMC 



Baker, M. Randall [Randa 
(EC) Elizabeth City Dist 

312 S. Griffin 

Elizabeth City, NC 27909 
335-2415 



Baldridge, Robert L. [Bob] (Janice) 
(RO) Rockingham District UMC 

1304 W. Church St. * 

P. O. Box 1304 

Laurinburg, NC 28353 
276-6641 

Bal lance, Bernice Mae. [Bernice] 
(FA) Retired Diaconal Minister 

* P O Box 247 
Lillington. NC 27546 

893-5534 

Bame, Robert L. [Bob] (Helen) 
(GO) Retired Minister 

* P. 0. Box 569 
Pikeville, NC 27863 

242-5631 



P Box 1423 
Wilson, NC 27893 



237-6121 



P Box 1662 

El izabeth City, NC 27909 
335-2415 



P Box 1588 

Laurinburg, NC 



Banks, David A. [David] (Jer 
(NB) Saint Peters UMC 

* 320 Holly La. 

Morehead City, NC 28557 
726-0491 

Barber. Morris L. [Morris] (I 
(SA) Pinebluff UMC 

PO Box 65,235 Currant St. 

Pinebluff, NC 28373 
281-3797 

Barber, Wilson Edward [Eddie] 
(RO) Saint Luke UMC 

* 1703 Anita Dr. 
Laurinburg, NC 28352 

276-6918 



Barbour, Berry 0. [Berry] 
(RA) Special Appointment 
* 7224 Cleveland Sch.Rd. 
Garner, NC 27529 
779-4419 



P Box 65 
Pinebluff, NC 
281-3468 



Rt. 1, Box 613 

Laurinburg, NC 

276-6821 



(Dixie) 

Approved Evangel 



Barfield, W. Clark [Clark] 
(SA) Glendon UMC 
* Rt. 1 Box 500 

Robbins, NC 27325 
464-3217 



Barker, Michael Reid [Mike] (Libby) 
(GO) Leave of Absence 

* 1645 Beaufort Rd. 
Richmond, VA 23235 
804/330-0445 

Barrett, Troy J. [Troy] (Robbie) 
(RA) Associate - Avent Ferry UMC 

* 104 Twin Oaks PI. 
Cary, NC 27511 

467-4488 



804/272-2042 



2700 Avent Ferry Rd. 
Raleigh, NC 27606 
833-9394 



Bass, Sr., Walton N. [Wal 
(DU) Retired Minister 
* 2021 Walnut St. 
Durham, NC 27705 
286-3545 



:] (Emma Deane) 



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Beane, Kenneth E. [Ken] (Margaret) 
(RO) Parkton UMC 
* 532 Rock Canyon Dr. 
Fayetteville, NC 28303 
867-5412 

Bedsworth, Ellis J. [Ellis] (Betty) 
(EC) Plymouth UMC 

101 Virginia Pine Dr. 

Plymouth. NC 27962 
793-2482 



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P Box 734 
Plymouth, NC 27962 



793-2549 



Beeson, Jr., Gilbert W. [Gilbert] (Barbara) 
(FA) Cotton UMC 

* 6001 Poland Ct. 
Fayetteville, NC 28314 

868-9263 

Belcher, Carl Dean [Carl] (Terry Dale) 
(BU) New Sharon UMC 

* 1601 New Sharon Church Rd 
Hillsborough, NC 27278 

732-4243 



Bell, James Douglas [Jim] (Melody) 
(GO) Benson UMC 

305 E. Hill St. i 

Benson, NC 27504 
89^-3004 

Benfield, Jack M. [Jack] (Jane) 
(RA) Zebulon UMC 

* Box 415, 204 W.Glenn 
Zebulon, NC 27597 

269-7531 

Benson, David C. [David] (Cathy C. 
(RM) Evansdale UMC 

* Route 3, Box 512 
Wilson, NC 27893 

237-1914 

Bergland, John K. [John] (Barbara) 
(FA) Haymount UMC 

1450 Pine Valley Loop 

Fayetteville, NC 28305 
486-0838 



104 Highland Ave. 
Fayetteville, NC 28305 



P Box 72 
Benson, NC 27504 
894-3028 



269-9408 



1700 Fort Bragg Blvd 
Fayettevl, NC 28303 



Bergland, Robert E. [Bob] 
(FA) Grace UMC 

301 Fairfax St. 

Clinton, NC 28328 
592-4195 

Best, Nancy R. [Nancy] 
(DU) Special Appointment 
* 230 Galveston Dr. 
Durham, NC 27712 
479-3076 



Chaplai 



800 Smith Street 
Clinton, NC 28328 
592-3497 



Duke Medical Center 
Duke Univ. Medical Ctr. 
Durham, NC 27710 
684-3586 



Biddle, Margaret Anne [Margaret Anne] 
(BU) Diaconal Minister 

1302 Greenbriar St. * 

Burlington, NC 27215 
227-1689 

Bideaux, Rene O. [Rene] (Rebecca) 
(BU) Orange UMC 
* 2032 Homestead Rd. 
Chapel Hill, NC 27516 
942-4714 



> Box 2597 
iurlington, NC 
227-6263 



1220 Airport Rd. 
Chapel Hill, NC 27514 



942-2825 



Bingham, William Allen [Allen] (Cynthia Lee) 

(RA) Special Appointment - Appointed to Attend School 

* Drew Un., CM 229 
P.O.Box 802 
Madison, NJ 7940 
201-408-5179 

Bissette. Lester C. [Lester] 
(FA) Spring Hill UMC 

* Route 3, Box 356 
Lillington, NC 27546 

893-6381 



(Catherine) 



893-4723 



Home 

Bizzell, Jr., Henry A. [Henry] (Grace) 
(RA) Flat Rock UMC 

Rt. 3, Box 743 

Henderson, NC 27536 
438-3360 

Black, Bobby C. [Bobby] (Marybel) 
(SA) Special Appointment - Chaplain, 

15 Gray Fox Run * 

Pinehurst, NC 28374 
295-6875 



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Rt. 3, Box 743 
Henderson, NC 27536 



492-0976 



I lage Chapel 

i I lage Chapel 

inehurst, NC 

295-6003 



Box 1060 
28374 



Blackburn, Linwood E. 

(RM) Retired Minister 

* 102 Brentwood Drive 

Wilson, NC 27893 

237-5518 



[Linwood] (Polly (Johnsie H.)) 



Blaisdell, Roger Alan [Roger] 
(GO) Salem UMC 
* 2706 Salem Church Rd. 
Goldsboro, NC 27530 
735-1318 



735-9210 



Blanchard, Diane M. C. [Diane] (Randy C.) 

(DU) Special Appointment - Chaplain, Meth. Ret i rement Communis 

117E Hunt Club La. * 2616 Erwin Rd. 

Raleigh, NC 27606 Durham, NC 27705 

233-1360 383-2567 



Blanchard, George F. [George] 
(FA) Saint Matthews UMC 
* 893 Stoneykirk Drive 
Fayetteville, NC 28314 
867-7403 



(Lillian) 



202 Hope Mills Rd. 
Fayetteville, NC 28304 
425-0401 



Blanchard, Randy Coy [Randy] (Diane) 
(RA) Associate - Edenton Street UMC 

117E Hunt Club La. * 228 W. Edenton St. 

Raleigh, NC 27606 Raleigh, NC 27603 

233-1360 832-7535 



Blankenhorn, Richard R. [Dick] 
(DU) Retired Minister 
* P Box 1012 

Misenheimer, NC 28109 

704/463-130^ 



(May) 



Blue, John Robert [John] 
(DU) Special Appointment 



1945 N. Rock Rd. 



Chaplain, VA Medical Center 
#2916 * Dept.ofVet.AffairsMed.Ctr 
5500 E. Kellogg 
Wichita, KS 67206 Wichita, KS 67218 

316/685-6679 316/651-3606 

Boggs, Clyde S. [Clyde] (Hazel) 
(WI) Retired Minister 

* 313 Wayne Drive 
Wilmington, NC 28403 

762-0579 

Boggs, Michael K. [Mike] (Pamela) 
(DU) Leave of Absence 

* 3748 Hermine St. 
Durham, NC 27705 

471-4743 

Bogie, Edward F. [Ed] (Ruth) 
(DU) Cam UMC 

* 111 N. Driver Ave. 
Durham, NC 27703 

596-6707 



107 N. Driver Ave. 
Durham, NC 27703 
596-7210 



Sr. Jesse V. 
lty UMC 



Bone 

(WI) II |l I | v J WI'IV- 

1508 Princess St. 
Wilmington, NC 2840 
762-7709 



[Jesse] (Mary) 



1403 Market St. 
Wilmington, NC 28401 
762-3316 



Boone, Daniel C. [Dan] (Ruth) 
(RM) Retired Minister 
* P. 0. Box 372 

Halifax, NC 27839 
583-1941 



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Boone, Paul W. [Paul] (Ellen Brent) 

(NB) First UMC ,, >r> 

210 Calico Dr. * P Box 1617 

Morehead City, NC 28557 Morehead C, NC 28557 

726-4055 726-7102 

Boone, Sidney G. [Sidney] (Katherine) 
(RM) Retired Minister 

* Box 411 
Nashville, NC 27856 

459-7758 

Bostick, Joseph K. [Joe] (Julia) 
(RA) Retired Minister 

* 806 Faircloth St. 
Raleigh, NC 27607 

834-0814 

Bowden, Jr., R. Lawrence [Larry] (Julia) 

(DU) Pleasant Green UMC 

3005 Pleasant Grove Rd. * Rt. 2, Box 433C 
Durham, NC 27705 Durham, NC 27712 

383-1397 383-5764 

Bowman, Daniel D. [Dan] (Dolores) 
(EC) Gatesville UMC 

* P. 0. Box 43 
Gatesville. NC 27938 

357-0354 357-1180 

Bowman, John M. [John] (Fayette) 
(WI) Dublin UMC 

* P O Box 126 
Dublin, NC 28332 

862-2421 

Boyce, Jerry Lee [Jerry] (Kathy) 
(RM) Red Oak UMC 

* P O Box 66 

Red Oak, NC 27868 
443-9549 

Boyette, Lynwood Clayton [Lynwood] (Louise) 

(WI) Bethel -Lebanon UMC 

Rt. 1, Box 96 * Rt. 1, Box 96 

Clarendon, NC 28432 Clarendon, NC 28432 

653-2661 

Boykin, William Alton [Bill] (Karen) 
(GO) Associate - Saint Paul UMC 

102 S. Jefferson St. * 204 E. Chestnut St. 

Goldsboro, NC 27530 Goldsboro, NC 27530 

735-8928 734-2965 

Bradley, David G. [Dave] (Lorene) 
(DU) Retired Minister 

* 2414 Perkins Rd. 
Durham, NC 27706 

489-4277 

Bradshaw, Francis C. [Brad] (Sue) 
(GO) Centenary UMC 

904 Crescent St. * 140 E. Market St. 

Smithfield, NC 27577 Smithfield, NC 27577 

934-8597 934-2333 

Brady, William H. [Herman] (Ruth) 
(SA) Retired Minister 

* Route 1, Box 305 
Aberdeen, NC 28315 

944-2505 

Branch, Johnny H. [Johnny] (Susan) 
(DU) Concord UMC 

* Rt. 1, Box 190A 
Roxboro, NC 27573 

599-7630 599-6262 

Braswell, Kermit L. [Kermit] (Alice) 

(RA) Special Appointment - Admin. Asst . to Bishop & Min.Relat ions Off 
4108 Brewster Sv. * P O Box 10955 

Raleigh, NC 27606 Raleigh, NC 27605 

851-3894 832-9560 

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Braswell, Uilliarr 

(GR) First UMC 
Rt. 5, Box 7B 
Washington, NC 
946-2539 

Bravender, Paul E. 
(SA) Bynum UMC 
* P Box 6 

Bynum, NC 27228 
542-4715 



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. [Bill] (Patr 

27889 

[Paul] (Constance 0. ) 



Box 715, 304 W. 2nd. 
Washington, NC 27889 
946-3524 



Briggs, Jr., Edwin Albert 
(RM) Associate - Nashville 

611 Western Ave. 

Nashville, NC 27856 
459-8606 

Broadwell, A. Ray [Ray] ( 
(GR) Associate - Queen Str 

303 Glenwood Ave. 

Kinston, NC 28501 
527-2438 



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27856 




459- 


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* Box 508, 


500 N. Queen 




Kinston, 


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28501 




527- 


2119 





Brock, Leon M. [Leon] (Willie) 
(WI) Retired Local Pastor 

* 5014 Lord Byron Rd. 
Wilmington, NC 28405 

791-0309 

Brooks, E. Ray [Ray] (Sue) 
(RO) South Carolina Parish UMC 

P Box 1724 * 

Pembroke. NC 28372 
521-0958 

Brooks, Rex Eugene [Rex] (Carolyn) 
(0U) Bethany UMC 

1712 Kirwood Dr. " 

Durham, NC 27705 
471-1084 

Brown, Chester D. [Chester] (Catherim 
(GO) Retired Minister 

* 6000 Highland Ave. 
Goldsboro, NC 27530 

735-2668 

Brown, James C. P. [James] (Martha) 
(SA) Retired Minister 

* 380 Swoope Dr. 
Southern Pines, NC 28387 

695-0767 

Brown, James Stanley [Stan] (Christa) 
(DU) Oak Grove UMC 

* Rt. 5, Box 326 
Roxboro, NC 27573 

599-2469 

Brown, Phi I ip Sherman [Phil] (Carol) 
(SA) Specjal Appointment - Exec.Di r.Episcopa 
156 



P O Box 1724 
Pembroke, NC 



2809 Guess Rd. 
Durham, NC 27705 
477-6659 



Rt. 4, Box 15 
Carthage. NC 28327 
949-2148 

Brown, Ralph A. [Ralph] (Jeannie! 
(GR) Holy Trinity UMC 

2612 S. Wright Rd. 

Greenville, NC 27858 
758-3326 

Brown, Samuel H. [Sam] (Beverly) 
(RA) Long view UMC 
* 137 N. Lord Ashley Rd. 
Raleigh, NC 27610 
828-4772 



Home Ageing, Sou. Pi nes 
P Box 2001 
Southern Pines, NC 28387 
692-0300 



1400 Red Banks Rd. 
Greenville, NC 27858 
756-1731 



2312 Mi Iburnie Rd. 
Raleigh, NC 27610 
834-7554 



Brown, Wesley Freeland [Wes] (Jane) 

(DU) Special Appointment - Di r. .Development, Duke Div.Sch. 
* 25 Falling Water Dr. Duke Divinity School 

Durham NC 27713 Durham, NC 27706 

490-1339 684-2273 



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Brown, III, Vernon W. 
(UI) Garland UMC 

P Box 427 

Garland, NC 28441 
529-3051 



[Vernon] (Mary Anne) 



P Box 427 
Garland, NC 2844' 
529-3051 



Browne, Frances L. [Frances] 
(FA) Union UMC 

Rt. 2, Box 245R 

Lillington, NC 27546 
893-3789 

Browning Paul C. [Paul] (Winnie) 
(NB) Retired Minister 

* 609 Fitzhugh Street 
Ravenswood, WV 26164 
304/273-3635 

Brownlee, David E. [David] (Irene) 
(DU) Trinity UMC 

1108 W. Knox St. * 

Durham, NC 27701 
682-0800 

Brunson Jesse [Jesse] (Doris) 
(RA) Wilson Temple UMC 

* 1021 Oberlin Rd. 
Raleigh, NC 27605 

828-1244 



Bryan, Everette E. [Everette] (Christine) 
(RA) Middleburg UMC 

* P. O. Box 100 
Middleburg, NC 27556 

492-1616 

Bryan, James L. [Jerry] (Margaret) 
(RM) Roanoke Circuit UMC 

* 1931 Willow Street 
Roanoke Rapids, NC 27870 

537-1586 \ 



Bryant, Charles V. [Charles] (Wanda) 
(EC) Ahoskie UMC 

102 S. Pembroke Ave. * 

Ahoskie, NC 27910 
332-3738 



Rt. 2, Box 245R 
Lillington, NC 27546 
893-3847 



215 N. Church St. 

Durham, NC 27701 

683-1386 



P O Box 665 
Ahoskie, NC 27910 
332-2203 



Bryant, Terry A. [Terry] (Linda) 
(SA) Carthage UMC 

* PO Box 667 
Carthage, NC 28327 

947-2472 

Buffaloe, Janet Kennedy [Janet] (f 
(SA) Sandhill Circuit UMC 

* Rt. 1, Box 538 

Jackson Spring, NC 27281 
974-4206 



Bullard Lyndle R. [Lyndle] (Mona) 
(BU) Saint Lukes UMC 

* 1114 Greenwood Dr. 
Burlington, NC 27217 
919/584-7390 

Bundy, Robert F. [Bob] (Inez) 
(SA) Robbins: Tabernacle UMC 

* P. 0. Box 395 
Robbins, NC 27325 

948-2288 

Bunn, Paul G. [Paul] (Dot) 

(SA) Southern Pines UMC 

100 Clematis Rd. * 

Southern Pines, NC 28387 
692-3461 

Burgess, Roy 0. [Roy] (Gladys E.) 
(NB) Retired Minister 

* P Box 137 
Atlantic. NC 28511 

225-5431 



919/584-0648 



175 Midland Rd. 
Southern Pines, NC 28387 
692-3518 



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Burnside, Jr., Hobart W. [Hobie] (Mary Jane) 

(RO) Norman UMC 

P Box 95 * P. 0. Box 95 

Norman NC 28367 Norman, NC 28367 

652-3131 

Butner III, Rufus Ernest [Rufus] (Lucia) 
(GO) La Grange UMC 

206 Lake Pines Drive * 213 S. Caswell St. 

LaGrange NC 28551 La Grange, NC 28551 

566-3862 566-3148 

Butson, John D. [John] (Shari) 
(RO) Leave of Absence 

* 907 W. Scotsdale Rd. 
Laurinburg, NC 28352 

277-86^9 

Byers, II, Leonard C. [Len] (Denise) 

(BU) Special Appointment - Di r.Dept .Pastoral Care, Cleveland Mem Hos 

* 804 Churchill Drive 
Shelby NC 28150 

704/484-1620 704/487-3848 

Byrd, Douglas L. [Douglas] (Carolyn) 

(RA) Special Appointment - Exec.Dir.,UM Foundation Inc 

4909 Deer Garden Ct. * P Box 10955 

Raleigh, NC 27606 Raleigh, NC 27605 

851-1595 832-9560 

Byrd, Nathan H. [Nathan] (Jackie) 

(DU) Special Appointment - Dir.of Dev.S Publ.Relat. MRH Inc 

224 Hepowil Trace * 2616 Erwin Rd! 

Hillsborough, NC 27278 Durham, NC 27705 

471-2196 383-2567 

Byrd, Jr., Albert DeWitt [A.D.] (Rose) 

(NB) Ann Street UMC 

206 Sycamore Dr. * Drawer C, Ann & Craven 

Beaufort NC 28516 Beaufort, NC 28516 

728-3276 728-4279 

Cameron, Angus McKay [Angus] (Kay) 
(SA) Goldston UMC 

* P Box 85 
Goldston NC 27252 

898-4337 898-4523 

Cameron, Hugh H. [Hugh] (Maryella) 
(FA) Hay Street UMC 

* 306 White Oak Ct. P o Box 456 
Fayetteville, NC 28303 Fayettevi I le, NC 28302 

485-3043 483-2343 

Campbell, Curtis W. [Curtis] (Deborah) 

(RA) Pleasant Grove UMC 
6401 Pleasant Pines Dr. * 4415 Pleasant Grove Ch.Rd 
Raleigh, NC 27613 Raleigh, NC 27613 

783-8524 787-7763 

Campbell, Dennis Marion [Dennis] (Leesa) 

(DU) Special Appointment - Dean, Duke Divinity School 

3 Pilling PI. * Duke Divinity School 

Durham NC 27707 Durham, NC 27706 

489-5405 684-4041 

Campbell, Jerry Dean [Jerry] (LeVeta) 

(BU) Special Appointment - Vice Provost for Lib. & Prof., Duke Univ. 

* 6012 Turkey Farm Rd. Perkins Lib., Duke Univ. 
Chapel Hill NC 27514 Durham, NC 27706 

929-0655 684-2034 

Campbell, John A. [John] (Constance) 
(RO) Mount Zion-Ualls Chapel UMC 

* P. O. Box 669 

Red Springs. NC 28377 
843-3895 

Capps, Clingman C. [Cling] (Pat) 
(NB) Disability Leave 

* 2101 Richardson Dr. 
Reidsville. NC 27320 

349-2617 



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y] (Peggy) 



Carden, Billy M. [I 
(FA) Cokesbury UMC 

* P Box 280 
Stedman, NC 28391 

485-4349 

Carpenter, Jr., Robert L. [Bob] (Judy) 
(RM) Mount 2 ion UMC 

* Rt. 2, Box 385 

Elm City, NC 27822 
291-9140 



Carson, W. Eric [Eric] 
(DU) Duke Memorial UMC 

2000 Cedar St. 

Durham, NC 27707 
489-2210 

Carter, Sr., Theodore V. 
(RA) Cokesbury UMC 
* 3004 Little John Rd. 
Raleigh, NC 27610 
832-3371 



504 W. Chapel Hill St 
Durham, NC 27701 
683-3467 



[Ted] (Bertha) 



POBox 14047,3315 Poole Rd 
Raleigh, NC 27620 
828-8585 



Cash, Warren S. [Warren] (Rose) 
(RA) Leah's Chapel -Shi loh UMC 
* 4713 Hollowell Lane 
Raleigh, NC 27604 
878-1896 



Casteel, Joseph W. [Joe] (Wanda) 
(FA) Johnson Memorial UMC 

5316 Chesapeake Rd. 

Fayetteville, NC 28311 
822-2429 



306 McArthur Rd. 
Fayetteville, NC 28311 
488-5406 



Caviness, Jr., James W. [James] (Jackie) 
(RO) Ellerbe UMC 

* P Box 340 
Ellerbe, NC 28338 

652-2571 652-6201 

Chaff in, J. Claude [Claude] (Lucille) 
(SA) Retired Minister 

* HCR 073, Box 150 
Robbins, NC 27325 

464-3587 

Chandler, Daniel Ross [Daniel] 

(DU) Special Appointment - Prof . , Hof stra University 

* Box 511, FDR Station 
New York, NY 10150 
212/687-6594 



Chandler, George P. [Pat] (Tona) 
(FA) Special Appointment - Prof.Columb 

* Rt. 10, Box 412 I 
Sumter. SC 29150 
803/495-3805 

Check, John Michael [John] (Sheryl) 
(RM) Homes-Sims UMC 

* Rt. 1, Box 380 
Wilson, NC 27893 

237-4616 



a College, Columbia SC 
Box 977, Columbia College 
Columbia, SC 29203 
803/786-3755 



Cheek, W. Hoyt [Hoyt] (Helen) 
(FA) Retired Minister 
* Rt. 3, Box 56E 
Clinton, NC 28328 
564-2166 



Cheezem, Clyde B. [Clyde] (Sherry) 
(NB) Franklin Memorial UMC 
* Rt. 2, Box 333-C 

Morehead City, NC 28557 
726-4053 



Cherry, Corbin L. [Corbin] 
(EC) Special Appointment - 
* 245 Morningsun Ave. 

Mill Valley, CA 94941 

415/388-8221 



P Box 235 
Morehead City, NC 
726-6010 



Chaplain, VA Medical Ctr. 
415/221-4810 



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Chrismon Sr., Harold M. 

(FA) Lillington UMC 
Box 506, 1203 S. Main 
Lillington. NC 27546 
893-362> 



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[Pete] (Jackie) 



Box 506, 1201 S. Main 
Lillington, NC 27546 
893-4811 



Christian, Robert [Robert] (Kathryn) 

(FA) Special Appointment - Prof., Methodist College 

319 Kenwood Dr. * Methodist College 

Fayetteville, NC 28311 Fayettevi I le, NC 28311 

488-8944 488-7110 



Cirksena, Jr., Randall Jay [Randy] 

(RA) Other Conference 

121 Norwood St. * 

Fuquay-Varina, NC 27526 
552-8380 

Clarke, W. Thomas [Tom] (Alexanne) 
(WI) Chadbourn-Evergreen UMC 
* P Box 485 

Chadbourn, NC 28431 
654-3563 

Clayton Richard T. [Rick] (Joy) 
(RM) Saint Paul UMC 

Box 6073,800 York St. * 

Rocky Mount. NC 27803 
977-278$ 



Main St. 
-Varina, NC 



27526 



Bx 6073,1217 Beth'm 
Rocky Mt., NC 27802 
443-3468 



Clements, William E. [Bill] (Dorothy) 
(EC) Perquimans UMC 
* P Box 98 

Winfall, NC 27985 
426-5288 



Clift, David S. [Dave] (Tammy) 
(RM) Saint James UMC 

210 Brandon Ave. 

Tarboro, NC 27886 
823-2795 



211 E. St. James St. 
Tarboro, NC 27886 



Cline, John M. [John] (Alice) 
(RA) Retired Minister 
* 2713 Wycliff Road 
Raleigh, NC 27607 
787-2030 

Clive, Mary Alene [M. A.] 

(DU) Associate - Mount Sylvan UMC 

1630 Mason Rd. 

Durham, NC 27712 
479-5840 



5731 Roxboro Rd. 
Durham, NC 27712 
471-0032 



Clyburn, Margaret Claire [Claire] 
(FA) Special Appointment - Chaplai 
* 5452 Ramsey St., #14 
Fayetteville, NC 28311 
488-6597 



Methodist College 
Methodist College 
Fayetteville, NC 2831' 
488-7110 



Cobb, Jr., Arnold Gene [Gene] 
(BU) Christ-Cedar Cliff UMC 
* 4683 Cedar Cliff Rd. 
Graham, NC 27253 
376-3829 



(Bettie Ann) 



Coile, James H. [Jim] (Sara) 

(BU) Carrboro UMC 
102 Dove Street 
Carrboro, NC 27510 
968-6981 



200 Hillsborough Rd. 
Carrboro, Nr 27510 
942-1223 



Cole, Lisa Ann Brown [Lisa] 
(SA) Lemon Springs UMC 
* P Box 129 

Lemon Springs, NC 28355 
776-8072 



Collier, Jr., M. 
(GO) Rones UMC 
* Route 1, Box 48 

Mt. Olive. NC 28365 
658-4839 



ey [Tony] (Bette) 



658-4721 



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Collins, Thomas A. [Tom] 
(RA) Special Appointment 
* 1200 Manchester Dr. 
Raleigh, NC 27609 
787-2755 



Study 



(Anne) 
■ Asst.to Cab. for Ch.Ext.S Cont .Campaign 



787-1351 

Collins, Sr., Eugene Addison [Gene] (Anne L.) 
(WI) Topsail Island UMC 

* 171 State Rd. 1563 
Hampstead, NC 28443 

270-3443 328-0792 

Compton, Stephen Charles [Steve] (Lala) 

(RA) Special Appointment - Team Leader, vi tal i zat ion Project 

* 3116 Green Level Rd. W. P Box 10955 
Apex, NC 27502 Raleigh, NC 27605 

362-5996 832-9560 



Conner, Carol Denise [Denise] 
(BU) Diaconal Minister 

P Box 403 

Chapel Hill, NC 27514 
968-8577 



P Box 728 
Chapel Hill, NC 



Conner, Sandra J. [Rose] 
(BU) Bethel UMC 

* 6040 Snow Camp Rd. 
Graham, NC 27253 

376-6237 

Connor, William 0. [Bill] (Frankie 
(WI) Retired Minister 

* 127 Westbrook Dr. 
Wilmington, NC 28405 

799-0400 

Cook, Charles M. [Chuck] (Glenda) 
(FA) Gardners UMC 

* 4555 Rosehill Rd. 
Fayetteville, NC 28311 

488-2350 

Cook, Irving E. [Irving] (Evelyn) 
(NB) Retired Minister 

* POBox 542, 29 Chatham St. 
Newport, NC 28570 

223-6025 



6364 Snow Camp Rd. 

Graham, NC 27253 

376-9798 



Cope, Roger D. [Roger] (Joy) 
(NB) Dover-Clarks UMC 

P Box 188 

Dover. NC 28526 
523-9938 



G. [John] 
■ Chaplain 



T. [Bill] (Jana) 



Cottingham, Chaplain Johr 
(SA) Special Appointment 

* 12A Forsyth Ave. 

Fort Riley, KS 66442 
913/784-6815 

Cottingham III, Willia 
(GO) Fremont UMC 

* P. 0. Box 147 
Fremont, NC 27830 

242-4062 



Covington, J. Earl [Earl] (Mary) 
(RO) Pine View UMC 
* 410 Entwistle St. 
Hamlet, NC 28345 
582-0433 

Covington, Jr., J. Quinton [Ouinton] 
(RO) Central UMC 

Lytch Dr. * 

Laurinburg, NC 28352 
276-9191 



P Box 188 
Dover, NC 28526 



(Anita) 
U S Army 

Div.Chap.,1st Inf.Div. 

Ft. Riley, KS 66442 

913/239-9847 



Box 806 
Laurinburg, NC 



276-9191 



Cox, Richard Lewis [Rich] 
(DU) Special Appointment 
* 2523 Sevier Streot 
Durham, NC 27705 
493-2305 



Dean for Residential Life,, Duke Uni 
Duke University 
Durham, NC 27706 
684-6313 



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Crabtree, Wade W. [Wade] (Debi) 
(NB) Maysville UMC 

* P Box 598 
Maysville, NC 28555 

743-5011 743-3691 

Craig, Robert B. [Robert] (Glenda A.) 
(EC) Albemarle UMC 

* 214 Bush St. P Box 86 
Roper, NC 27970 Roper, NC 27970 

793-3291 

Crane, Larry D. [Larry] (Katie) 
(SA) Center UMC 

* 2321 S. Plank Road 
Sanford, NC 27330 

775-5748 

Creech, C. McGee [McGee] (Leatrice) 
(GO) Gam's Chapel UMC 

* Route 2, Box 208 

La Grange. NC 28551 

778-2272 731-3203 

Creech, James E. [Jimmy] 
(DU) Leave of Absence 

* 834 W. Chatham St. 
Cary, NC 27511 

460-7620 

Crew, Jr., John Rogers [John] (Blanche) 
(SA) Retired Minister 

* 311 Lakewood Circle 
Greer. SC 29651 
803/877-1472 

Crews, Jr., Rowan Dampeer [Rowan] (Jane) 

(RA) Zion UMC 

208 Harmon St. * P Box 548 

Norlina, NC 27563 Norlina, NC 27563 

456-4444 

Cribb, George F. [George] (Sadie) 
(NB) Broad Creek UMC 

* Route 1, Box 525 
Newport, NC 28570 

726-5916 726-5916 

Cribb, Jerry W. [Jerry] (Michele M.) 
(RM) Spring-Garysburg UMC 

128 Woodland Road * 128 Woodland Rd. 

Roanoke Rapids, NC 27870 Roanoke Rapids, NC 27870 
537-0616 537-9099 

Crossno, Ramsey Leon [Leon] (Katherine) 
(WI) Retired Minister 

* 504 N. Gum St. 
Warsaw, NC 28398 

293-7742 

Crotwell, Helen G. [Helen] 
(FA) Fayetteville District UMC 

* 1911 Raeford Road 
Fayetteville, NC 28305 

485-2734 485-2734 

Crow, William A [Bill] (Loise) 
(SA) Retired Minister 

* 325 Midland Rd. 
Southern Pines, NC 28387 

692-2182 

Crowder, William R. [Bill] (Edith) 
(GO) Retired Minister 

* 1121 Eagle Road 
Greensboro, NC 27407 

854-8817 

Crowe, John Marshall [John] (Donna) 
(EC) Union-Newbegun UMC 

* Rt. 1, Box 310 
Elizabeth City, NC 27909 

330-2743 

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Crum, John H. [Jack] (Kay) 
(RA) Retired Minister 

* 46 Golf Course Rd. 
Littleton, NC 27850 

586-3435 

Crutchfield, Gilbert U. [Gi 
(RA) Retired Minister 

* 131 Village Green Trl 
Garner, NC 27529 

772-8844 



Ibert] (Jessie) 



Cullum, Douglas Russell [Doug] 
(BU) Associate - Orange UMC 

2619 Omah St. 

Durham, NC 27705 
479-7009 

Cummings, Jimmy F. [Jim] (Dee) 
(RO) Galilee UMC 

* P.O. Box 1866 
Laurinburg, NC 28352 

276-9719 

Cummings, S. Dufrene [Dufrene] 
(RO) Sandy Plains UMC 

* P Box 348 
Pembroke, NC 28372 

521-0748 



1220 Airport Rd. 
Chapel Hill, NC 27514 
942-2825 



(Peggy) 



P Box 2255 
Pembroke, NC 28372 
521-8600 



Cummings, Simeon F. [Simeon] (Maude) 
(FA) Coharie UMC 
* P. 0. Box 725 

Pembroke, NC 28372 
521-8164 



Cummings, William Edward [ 
(RO) Rhyne Memorial UMC 
* Box 693,405 W.4th Ave. 
Red Springs, NC 28377 
867-2902 



. I] (Edna) 



843-2752 



Currin, Douglas Brian [Douglas] (Connie) 

(SA) Broadway - Morris Chapel UMC 

P Box 218 * P Box 87 

Broadway, NC 27505 Broadway, NC 27505 

258-6653 258-3721 



Cushman, Robert E. [Robert] 
(DU) Retired Minister 
* 5111 Butternut Rd. 
Durham, NC 27707 
493-7906 



(Barbara) 



684-2074 



Cuthrell, Billy Boyd [Bil 
(GR) Special Appointment 

602 U. 2nd St. 

Ayden. NC 28513 



'746-3973 



.y] (Jean) 

■ Admin., Plumbee Nursing Center 

* 7 Med. Plaza, Plumbee N.Ctr 
Plymouth, NC 27962 
793-2100 



Cyr, Ronald Dale [Ron] (Susan) 

(GR) Special Appointment - Clinical Chaplain, Caswel I Ctr.,Kinston 

* 902 Cameron Drive 2415 W. Vernon Ave. 
Kinston, NC 28501 Kinston, NC 28501 

523-8709 559-5100 

Danek, Thomas A. [Tom] ( Frank ie) 

(SA) Special Appointment - Admin. Juveni l< 

* Rt. 6, Box 32 
Pittsboro, NC 27312 

542-3686 



Div. Admin. Off .of Courts 
733-2459 



Daniel, David E. [David] (Ivor) 

(RA) Special Appointment - Pres.,NC Community Colleges Foundation 
" rholwood Dr. 



1021-107 
Raleigh, NC 27605 
832-8159 



401 Oberlin Rd. 
Raleigh, NC 27605 



Daniel, M. Francis [Francis] 
(WI) Hampstead UMC- 
* P Box 43 

Hampstead, NC 28443 
270-3464 



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Daniels, LTC, Franklin D. 
(FA) Special Appointment 

* Rt. 29, Box 487 
Fayettevilte, NC 28314 

487-0966 

Davenport, Laura S. [Laura] 
(RM) Diaconal Minister 

* 109 Whitehead Ave. 
Wilson. NC 27893 

243-3653 



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[Frank] (Mar 
Chaplain, U. 



one) 
S. Army 



P Box 1423 
Wilson, NC 27893 
237-6121 



Davidson Barney L. [Barney] (Donna) 
(RA) Retired Minister 
* 519 S. Harrison Avenue 
Cary, NC 27511 
481-1022 



Davis, Donnie G. [Donnie] 
(RO) East Rockingham UMC 
* 1009 Scaleybark Rd. 
Rockingham. NC 28379 
895-4587 



(Barbara) 



Davis, Eldrick R. [Eldrick] 
(FA) Harry Hosier UMC 

690 Marble Ct. 

Fayetteville, NC 28311 
822-4607 



(Rematha L.) 



6201 Mi I ford Rd. 
Fayetteville, NC 28303 
864-6019 



Davis, Gerry G. [Gerry] (Dianne) 
(GR) Stantonsburg UMC 

* P Box 6 
Stantonsburg, NC 27883 

238-3402 

Davis, H. Charles [Charles] (Anne 
(SA) Pleasant Hill UMC 

* Rt. 1, Box 660A 
Robbins, NC 27325 

464-3644 

Davis, Herman Fred [Fred] (Polly: 
(WI) Retired Minister 

* P O Box 955 
Elizabethtown, NC 28337 

862-8460 



Davis, Jefferson W. [Jeff] 
(SA) Retired Local Pastor 
* P Box 192 

Lemon Springs, NC 28255 
776-3047 

Davis, Michael A. [Mike] (K 
(RA) Franklinton UMC 

302 N.Hillsborough St. 

Franklinton, NC 27525 
494-2530 



302 N.Hi llsborough St. 
Franklintn, NC 27525 
494-7440 



Davis, Woody L. [Woody] 
(RM) Special A 



(Linda) 
Appointment - Appointed to Attend School 
3510 Brookview Dr. 
Lexington, KY 40517 
606/272-4625 



606/257-5339 



Dawkins, Donald Martin [Don] 
(RO) Tabernacle UMC 

* Rt. 3, Box 358 
Rockingham, NC 28379 

895-3359 

DeHart, Jr., Murry L. [Murry] 
(RA) Wesley Memorial UMC 

* 5820 Shawood Dr. 
Raleigh, NC 27609 

848-9744 



(Pat) 



895-6331 
(Rose Marie) 



714 E. Whi taker Mill 
Raleigh, NC 27608 
828-4408 



Denny, Clyde A. [Clyde] 
(EC) Ocracoke UMC 
* P Box 278 

Ocracoke, NC 27960 
928-4211 



(Leigh) 



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Oesrosiers, Norman A. [Norman] 
(DU) Retired Minister 
* 100 Burning Bush La. 

Greenville. SC 29607 

803/288-1019 



?tty) 

715 Grove Rd. 



Greenville, SC 
803/241-1040 



Dickens, Jan J. [Jan] (Joan) 

(EC) Special Appointment - Chaplain U.S. Air Forc< 

* 2009 Green Juniper Ln 
Brandon, FL 33511 

813/684-4478 813/830-362 

Dietrich, Ronald E. [Ron] (Cathie) 
(FA) Associate - Haymount UMC 

2400 Fairfax Pi. 

Fayetteville, NC 28303 
485-6986 

Dillman, Lewis A. [Lewis] (Dorothy) 
(EC) Retired Minister 

* 506 Apache Trail 
Edenton, NC 27932 

221-8444 

Dillon. Frederick F. [Fred] (D. Anita) 
(GO) Disability Leave 

* Rt. 2, Box 121 
Goldsboro. NC 27534 

778-6472 



1700 Fort Bragg Rd. 
Fayetteville, NC 28303 
484-0181 



Dixon, Jr., Samuel W. [Sam] 






Special Appointment - Assoc. 


Dir. 


Conf. COM 


2427 St. Mary's St. 




* P Box 10955 


Raleigh, NC 27609 
787-5788 




Raleigh, NC 27605 




832-9560 



Dodson, Jerry S. [Jerry] (Wanda) 
(BU) Grace UMC 

* 1899 Wilkins St. 
Burlington, NC 27217 

227-3153 

Dodson, Lewis H. [Lewis] (Carrie Ruth) 
(BU) Retired Minister 

* Rt. 3, Box 135 

Walnut Cove. NC 27052 
591-4978 

Dodson, Jr., Samuel G. [Sam] (Georgia R.) 
(BU) Retired Minister 

* P O Box 240275 
Charlotte, NC 28224 
704/554-0662 



7115 Quail Meadow La. 
Charlotte, NC 28210 
704/554-0662 



Doucette, Leonard F. 
(DU) Parkwood UMC 

112 Radcliff Cir. 

Durham, NC 27713 
544-2238 



[Leonard] (Coleen) 



5123 Revere Rd. 
Durham, NC 27713 
544-1078 



Draper, Jr., Howard Dennis [Dennis] (Cathy) 
(RM) Hawkins-Tabor UMC 

* Rt. 2, Box 320 
Littleon, NC 27850 

586-3993 58< 

Dulaney, Earl G. [Earl] (Judy) 
(GR) Bethel UMC 

* P. O. Box 207 
Bethel, NC 27812 

825-4311 82' 

Dunn, Clyde H. [Clyde] (Betty) 
(NB) Trinity UMC 

301 Woodland Dr. * 

Jacksonville, NC 28540 
347-1547 

Dutton, Jr., John H. [John] (Patty) 
(SA) Cumnock UMC 

* 4025 Carson Dr.' 
Sanford, NC 27330 

776-0055 



Drawer 700 
Jacksonvi I le, 
455-4814 



NC 2854" 



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Eakin, Charles F. [Charles] (Frances) 
(GO) Institute-Hickory Grove UMC 

* Rt. 1, Box 257 
LaGrange. NC 28551 

566-9349 

Early, Laura G. [Laura] 
(EC) Aulander UMC 

* Rt. 1, Box 484 
Aulander, NC 27805 

345-1841 



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(William S . ) 



Earnhardt, Daniel T. [Dan] (Patricia) 
(GR) Grimes I and UMC 

1917 Sherwood Dr. 

Greenville. NC 27858 
355-2430 



1917 Sherwood Dr. 
Greenville, NC 27858 
758-2030 



Earnhardt, Edwin L. [Ed] (Dol 
(EC) Retired Minister 

* Rt. 4, Box 428 
Edenton, NC 27932 

482-7197 

Eason, W. Everette [Everette] 
(NB) Harlowe-Oak Grove UMC 

* 408 Rhynewood Dr. 
Sanford, NC 27330 

775-3417 



Rt. 2, Box 137 
Newport, NC 28570 
447-1814 



Edens, Jr., Allen C. [Allen] (Frances M.) 
(FA) Spring Lake UMC 
* 1715 Bixley Dr. 

Fayetteville, NC 28303 
822-3730 



Edge, G. Lloyd [Lloyd] (Eleanor) 
(RO) Chestnut Street UMC 

302 W. 32nd St. 

Lumberton. NC 28358 
739-4531 



P Box 1032 
Lumberton, NC 28359 
739-3304 



Edwards, CamilleO. Yorkey [Camille] 

(WI) Seaside UMC 
88 Fairmont St. * 

Ocean Isle Bch, NC 28459 
579-9136 



Rt. 2, Box 52A 
Ocean Isle Bch, NC 28459 
579-5753 



Edwards, J. Paul [Paul] (Gerry) 
(GO) Retired Minister 

* 507 Cashwell Place 
Goldsboro. NC 27534 

736-1206 

Edwards, Patricia [Tricia] (Ranee) 
(FA) Marvin UMC 

* 3300 Shannon Rd. 10-B 
Durham. NC 27707 

489-9029 

Eldredge, Robert Kenneth [Bob] (Doc 
(BU) West Orange UMC 

* 1811 Broadway Dr. 
Graham, NC 27253 

227-7527 



Rt. 7, Box 267 
Fayettevle, NC 28306 
484-8706 



1634 Or. Chap. -Clvr.Gar.Rd 
Chapel Hill, NC 27516 
968-4102 



Elliott, Edward C. [Ed] (Gay) 

(RA) Special Appointment - Therapist , Johnston Co. Mental Hea.C 

* 5029 Knaresborough Rd. P Box 411 

Raleigh, NC 27612 Smithfield, NC 27577 

782-6832 828-8240 



Elliott, Michael H. [Mike] 
(WI) Sunset Park UMC 
913 Lorraine Drive 
Wilmington, NC 28412 



(Al ice Anne) 



nington, h 
392-00J2 



* 406 Central Blvd. 

Wilmimgton, NC 28401 
762-8866 



Elliott, Roger V. [Roger] 
(SA) Sanford District UMC 
* 1511 Columbine Rd. 
Sanford, NC 27330 
775-7041 



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806 Clarendon St. 

Durham, NC 27705 

286-0711 



Home 

Ellis, Wallace M. [Ually] (Luella) 
(DU) Asbury UMC 
* 2011 W. Club Blvd. 
Durham, NC 27705 
286-1975 

Epperson, J. Sidney [Sidney] (Frances) 

(N ^ lt %n Path UMC * P Box 70 

SaKh.NC 28575 -Ite^Path^C 

(Pinear Mae (Pat)) 



28575 



Epps, Sr., Ralph I. [Ralph] 
(EC) Edenton UMC 

* 102 Terry Ave. 
Edenton, NC 27932 

482-2289 

Estes, Gayla Greene [Gayla] (J. Han 
(GR) First UMC 

* 114 E. Church St. 
Williams ton. NC 27892 



Lliamston, 
792-2802 



P Box 37 
Edenton, NC 27932 
482-2964 



114 E. Church St. 
Wi lliamston. NC 27892 
792-3360 



Estes, J. Harvey [Harvey] (Gayl 
(GR) Leave of Absence 
* 114 E. Church St. 

NC 27892 



Wi lliamston, 
792-2802 



(Barbara) 



Eure, Jr., Aydlett J. [A. J.] 
(FA) Newton Grove UMC 

* Rt. 2, Box 4E 
Newton-Grove, NC 28366 

594-0969 

Evans, Paul W. [Paul] (Pauline B.) 
(RM) Retired Minister 

* 833 S. Tillery St. 
Rocky Mount, NC 27803 

442-9544 

Evans, Tommy L. [Tommy] (Mary Beth) 
(SA) Love Joy-Macedonia UMC 

* Rt. 2, Box 84 
Troy, NC 27271 

572-1540 

Evans, Willie J. [Bill] (Mary Fran) 
(RO) Retired Minister 

* Route 1, Box 1 
Cades. SC 29518 
803-389-3256 

Everett, Glenn B. [Glenn] (Pat) 
(BU) Faith UMC ^ 

1803 Harriet Dr. 

Burlington, NC 27215 
227-0846 



227 

Faggart, T. M. [Tom] (Billie) 
(RA) Benson Memorial UMC 

4721 Deerwood 

Raleigh, NC 27612 
787-1735 

Fair, Leonard Owen [Leo] 
(GR) Associate - First UMC 

1214 N. Respess 

Washington, NC 27889 
946-2539 

Fairley, Leonard E. [Leonard] (Prise 
(RO) Saint Peter UMC 
* P Box 961 

Hamlet. NC 28345 
582-6133 



576-4531 



1732 W. Davis St. 
Burlington, NC 27215 
226-2991 



4706 Creedmoor Rd. 
Raleigh, NC 27612 
787-0789 



Box 715, 304 W. 2nd 
Washington, NC 27889 
946-3524 

ilia R.) 



Fairley, Robert A 
(RO) Maxton Circu 

P O Box 185 

Maxton, NC 28364 
844-5487 



[Robert] 
UMC 



(Annie) 



582-0944 



P Box 643 
Maxton, NC 28364 



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Falgout, Jr., Roy Francis [Roy] (Karen) 
(RA) Vance Charge UMC 

* Route 6, Box 138-S 
Henderson, NC 27536 

438-3138 

Farmer, John A. [John] (Penny) 

(NB) Special Appointment - Director, Camp Don Lee 

* Rt.65,Bx 80A,Camp Don Lee 
Arapahoe, NC 28510 

249-6697 249-1106 

Farmer Penny Dollar [Penny] (John) 
(NB) Alliance- Arapahoe UMC 

* Rt. 65, Box 80-A 
Arapahoe, NC 28510 

249-0697 249-0697 

Farmer, William H. [Billy] (Eula) 
(GO) Retired Minister 

* Rt. 1, Box 501 

Mt. Olive, NC 28365 
658-3526 

Feltman, Walter C. [Walter] (Mary) 
(NB) Retired Minister 

* 1009 Albemarle Ct. 
New Bern, NC 28562 

638-2126 

Felton, Gayle Carlton [Gayle] 

(DU) Special Appointment - Asst .Prof ., Duke Divinity School 

* 4018 Livingstone PI. Duke Divinity School 
Durham, NC 27707 Durham, NC 27706 

489-3242 684-3466 

Ferguson, Horace T. [Horace] (Brenda) 
(RA) Holly Springs UMC 

* 1305 Brucemont Dr. 
Garner. NC 27529 

772-8455 

Fiegler, Josef E. [Joe] (Vada) 
(EC) New Hope-Woodland UMC 

* Rt. 3, Box 338 
Hertford, NC 27944 

264-2430 264-2430 

Fischler, David S. [David] (Maryanne) 
(GR) Associate - Jarvis Memorial UMC 

* 201 Harmony St. 510 South Washington St. 
Greenville, NC 27834 Greenville, NC 27858 

756-6678 752-3l6l 

Fisher, Albert Fleet [Al] (Becky) 

(DU) Special Appointment - Dir., Rural Church Dev.,Duke Endowment 
2813 Montgomery St. * P Box 51307 

Durham, NC 27705 Durham, NC 27717 

493-2324 489-3359 

Fisher, James A. [Jim] (Madge) 
(SA) Poplar Spr. -Memphis UMC 

* 4328 Pumping Station Rd. 
Sanford, NC 27330 

776-3860 

Fitzgerald, Jr, F. Owen [Owen] (Mary Owens) 

(RA) Special Appointment - Spec. Asst. to the Dean,Duke Div.Sch. 

* 1612 Jarvis St. Duke Divinity School 
Raleigh, NC 27608 Durham, NC 27706 

834-3814 684-2273 

Fleming Jr., Ralph Lang [Ralph] (Ruth) 
(WI) Trinity UMC 

* P O Box 336 
Elizabethtown, NC 28337 

862-3654 862-3706 

Flynn, Robert C. [Robert] (Jeannine) 
(FA) Salem UMC 

* 2171 Middle Rd. 
Fayetteville, NC 28301 

483-2520 483-8959 

113 



Fogleman, Leland Jan [Jan] 
(DU) Leave of Absence 
* 3205-D Myra Street 
Durham, NC 27707 
48$- 7653 



Forbes, Joseph W. [Joe] (Pat) 
(FA) First UMC 
* Box 189, 818 N. Main 
Raeford, NC 28376 
875-3746 



Box 662, 308 N. Mair 
Raeford, NC 28376 
875-2111 



[Dan] (Nell) 



(Dawn Boyette) 



Forbes, Jr., Daniel M. 
(GO) Trinity UMC 

* Rt. 10, Box 85 
Kinston, NC 28501 

522-1686 

Formo, Steven Neil [Steve] 
(BU) Lebanon-Carr UMC 

Rt. 5, Box 600 

Mebane, NC 27302 
563-6063 

Forringer-May, Julie Bethel [Julie] (David) 

(DU) Special Appointment - Pastoral Cou., Family Counseling Service 

* 2310 Prince St. 1200 Broad St. 
Durham, NC 27707 Durham, NC 27705 

493-9109 286-3757 



Rt. 5 Box 600 
Mebane, NC 27302 



Fortescue, Frank Wahab [Frank] (Wi 
(GR) Retired Minister 
* Rt. 1, Box 436 

Chocowinity. NC 27817 
975-2337 



ie) 



Fowler. Leon D. [Leon] (Neva R.T.) 
(EC) Kinnakeet UMC 

* P Box 129 
Avon, NC 27915 

995-5383 

Fox, Doris T. [Doris] (Steve, Jr.) 
(RO) Philadelphia-Cool Springs UMC 

* 2404 Old Aberdeen Rd. 
Rockingham. NC 28379 

997-6437 

Fraley, Fletcher W. [Fletcher] (Mel 
(FA) Retired Minister 

* 910 Avery Place 
Greensboro, NC 27408 

292-2400 



France, Everett J. [Everett] 
(DU) Saint Paul UMC 

113 W. Murray Ave. 

Durham, NC 27704 
477-2883 



(Susan) 



P Box 15040 
Durham, NC 27704 
477-5484 



Francis, David H. [David] (Belinda) 
(RO) Rowland UMC 
* P.O. Box 66 

Rowland, NC 28383 
422-3247 



Franklin, K. Mike [Mike] 
(SA) Special Appointment 
* 827 Christy Ct., NAS 

Pensacola. FL 32508 

904/456-3179 



422-3414 



(Deborah) 

■ Chaplain, US Navy 

Off. of Command Chaplain 
NAS Pensacola, FL 32508 
904/452-2341 



Frazier, Kenneth E. [Kenneth] 
(RA) Retired Minister 

* No forward address 
0, 

Frazier Jr., R. Carl [Carl] 
(RA) Saint Francis UMC 

1428 Elgin Ct. 

Cary, NC 27511 
467-9881 

Free, Virgil Loren [Virgil] 
(EC) Disability Leave 

* 140 Ravenwood La. 
Pollocksville, NC 28573 

224-0431 



(Mary-El len) 



2971 
Cary 



i Idai re Farm 
, NC 27511 
362-1666 



Study 

^o? man ' Br '9'tte Ann [Brigitte] 
(NB) Diaconal Minister 

* PO Box 1253 

Atlantic Beach, NC 28512 

247 -° 583 726-7102 

sr^on^ David [M,kej (patt ^ 

* P Box 10 
Macon NC 27551 

257-4744 

Fulcher, J. Rodney [Rod] (Nancy) 
(RO) Leave of Absence 

* 433 Chester Woods Cir. 



High Point. NC 27260 
887-1671 



^t°. r , d ', W - Nelson kelson] (Mary) 
(GR) Wesley UMC y 

* P Box 313 
Farmville, NC 27828 

753-2705 Q 

(En h 2npr^, J * r ' C, ? a P lainM - L. [Chip] (Mary Hope) 

* PSC^'bV?^^" 16 " 1 " Chapla,n < " S "/^cV 

APO San Fran., CA 96286 A^Sa^Fran. , CA 

( F UI)'pU e a n sa e nt E G7oveV Lenn, ' e] (Deborah > 

* Rt. 2 Box 37 
Harrells, NC 28444 

532-2308 

?fo? S £ Al Y ester '■ CAl] (Ann) 

* P Box'651 APPOl ' ntment " Cha P lain - U S Army 
Fort Monmouth, NJ 7703 

432-9505 
(Duf lef ir^M" • " [ ? aU] (Bertha Lee > 

(UU) Retired Minister 

* MRH, 2616 Erwin Road 
Durham, NC 27705 

383-2567 

Gamer, Clarence [Clarence] (Elgie) 
(EC) Mount Olivet UMC i«=i»iej 

Manteo" ™ 27954 * £ ° Box 787 

473-2088 Mant 4 e 73-20 C 89 ^ 
?DA? e [' Kimber ly A. [Kimberly] 
A ^n AS u° C,ate " North Raleigh UMC 

8501 Honeycutt Rd * «qm u 

Raleigh, NC 27615 ^?I,-"? ne ^ utt * d : 



aleigh, NC 27615 
847-1536 



? a ^'n° n < J 5 hn W - [B,U J (Nancy) 
(RA) Retired Minister 
* S! 30,Conj.Q,Casa 31 

71. 065GuaraI I, Brasilia OF 

Brazil. o 
567-8602 

? a »C'o° n < Robert H - [Bob] (Martha) 
(RA) Retired Diaconal Minister 

4616 Woodridge Drive 

Raleigh, NC 27612 
787-2374 



[Walter] (Libby) 



Gaskins, Jr., Walter I 

(NB) Cherry Point UMC 

PO Box 1439 * p n 

Havelock. NC 28532 u_°_ Box , 387 _ 



447-394 N 5 L ^ Have !?^ NC 28532 



HOCK NL 

447-3039 



Gattis, Irene F. [Irene] (Bill) 
(BU) Retired Diaconal Minister 

101 Adams Way 

Chapel Hill. NC 27516 
942-4051 



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Gattis, William H. [Bill] (Irene) 
(BU) University UMC 

101 Adams Way 

Chapel Hill, NC 27516 
942-4051 

Gentle, Brian G. [Brian] (Arden) 
(RA) Saint Mark's UMC 

4012 Swarthmore Rd. 

Durham, NC 27707 
489-2174 



Study 



Box 728,Frankl in St. 
Chapel Hi I, NC 275" 
929-7191 



4801 Six Forks Rd. 
Raleigh, NC 27609 
787-0544 



Gerber, John E. [John] (Anette D.) 
(SA) West End UMC 

* 1106 N. Chatham Ave. 
Siler City. NC 27344 

742-2757 

Gibson, Alan C. [Alan] (Pamela) 
(EC) Newland-Grace UMC 

* Rt. 5, Box 9 

Elizabeth City, NC 27909 
771-2265 



Gilbert, Milton H. [Milton] (Lucretia) 
(RM) Rosemary UMC 

625 Cedar St. 

Roanoke Rapids, NC 27870 
537-2092 



900 Jackson St. 
Roanoke Rapids, NC 
537-3973 



Gi llikin, Haywood W. 
(EC) Pasquotank UMC 
* Rt 2, Box 288 
Elizabeth City, NC 
264-2156 



[Haywood] (Jenny) 



27909 



264-2156 



Glass, Jr., Joseph Conrad [Conrad] (Gaynelle) 
(RA) Special Appointment - Prof essor, North Carolina State Univ. 
* 3208 Huntleigh Dr. Bx7801,310 Poe Hall.NCSU 

Raleigh, NC 27695 
737-3590 



Raleigh, NC 27604 
876-4758 



Gleaves, Edith Lee [Edith] 
Special Appointment - Assoc. 

428 Northbrook Dr. 

Raleigh, NC 27609 
783-7464 



Conf. COM 
* P Box 10955 

Raleigh, NC 27605 
832-9560 



Glover, Murrell K. [Murrell] 
(GR) Retired Minister 
* 4 Lystra Estates, Rt. 9 
Chapel Hill, NC 27514 
942-5936 



Glover, R. Keith [Keith] (Fran) 
(RA) Associate - White Plains UMC 

5317 Cypress La. 

Raleigh, NC 27609 
876-5894 



P Box 158 
Cary, NC 27512 
467-9394 



Goddard, Gayle Sisk [Gayle] (Jim) 
(SA) Mount Zion UMC 
* Rt. 3, Box 577 

Pittsboro, NC 27312 
542-3006 



Goddard, Jr., James Earl [Jim] 
(SA) Chatham-Cedar Grove UMC 

* Rt. 3, Box 577 
Pittsboro, NC 27312 

542-3006 

Godwin Sherwood A. [Sherwood] 
(GR) Pink Hill UMC 

* P O Box 25 

Pink Hill, NC 28572 
568-3271 

Goehring, Carol W. [Carol] (D< 
(WI) Wrightsville UMC 

* 208 Cypress Avenue 
Wrightsvl. Bch, NC 28480 

256-3447 



(Gayle) 



542-3006 
(Margaret (Peg)) 



116 



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Goehring, David J. [David] (Carol 
(WI) Uesleyan Chapel UMC 
* 208 Cypress Ave. 

Wrightsvle Bch, NC 28480 
256-3447 



686-404' 



Goldfinch, Jr., Albert Eugene [Gene] (Teresita) 
(RO) Laurel Hill UMC 
* P Box 217 

Laurel Hill, NC 28351 



462-222 1 

Goldston, C. Wade [Wade] (Ruth) 
(RM) Retired Minister 

* P. 0. Box 4042 

Rocky Mount, NC 27803 
977-2440 

Goldston, Linda [Linda] 
(SA) Trinity UMC 

* P Box 148 
Sanford, NC 27331 

775-1153 

Gooch, Ray Thomas [Ray] 
(SA) Pittsboro Circuit UMC 

* P. 0. Box 795 
Pittsboro. NC 27312 

542-3033 



462-222' 



Goodwin, Denni 
(GO) First UMC 

9 Ramblewood 

Mt. Olive, NC 28365 
658-2637 



[Dennis] (Peggy) 



P Box 386 
Mt. Olive, NC 28365 
658-3169 



Goodwin, Durward T. [Durward] (Gertrude) 
(EC) Retired Minister 

* Rt. 4, Box 62-B 

Snow Hill. NC 28580 
747-5575 

Granger, Paul D. [Paul] (Myrna) 
(FA) Leave of Absence 

* 5600 Tee Ct. 

Hope Mills, NC 28348 
433-2663 



[Henry] (Georgia) 



Grant, Jr., Henry 

(FA) Trinity UMC 

* 1412 Blairwood Dr. 

Fayetteville, NC 28304 
424-0771 

Graves, Stacey Zane [Stacey] 
(RA) Associate - Hayes Barton UMC 

2307 Fairview Rd. 

Raleigh, NC 27608 
783-7842 



P Box 43360 
Fayetteville, NC 28309 
864-0632 



P Box 6096 
Raleigh, NC 27628 
832-6435 



Graves, Walter L. [Walter] (Peggy C.) 
(FA) Christ UMC 

2115 Clinchfield Dr. * 

Fayetteville, NC 28304 
484-8658 

Green, Harold Wi 1 1 iam [William] 
(RA) Associate - First UMC 

1238 Hamilton Ct.,Apt.B 

Cary, NC 27511 
460-7115 

Green, Lawrence Amon [Lawrence] 
(EC) Retired Minister 

* Rt. 1, Box 3A 
Blackstone. VA 23824 
804/292-1433 

Greene, John Thomas [John] (Ne 
(RM) Retired Minister 

* P. 0. Box 43 
Pomona Park, Fl 32181 
904/649-9414 



3101 Raeford Rd. 

Fayetteville, NC 

484-3340 



117 S. Academy St. 
Cary, NC 27511 
467-1861 



804/292-7285 



117 



Home 

Greenwood, Susan Pate [Susan Pate] 
(NB) Swansboro UMC 

Box 847,613 Russell St. 

Swansboro, NC 28584 
326-4373 



Study 

(Doug) 

> Box 847, St. Rd. 24 
Swansboro, NC 28584 
326-4822 



Gregory, W. Bryan [Bryan] (Eva Mae) 
(RM) Retired Minister 

* Route 1, Box 243 C 
Roanoke Rapids, NC 27870 

537-7768 

Grill, C. Franklin [Frank] (Helge) 
(RO) Saint Pauls UMC 

* 407 N. Wilkinson Dr. 
St. Pauls. NC 28384 

865-4226 

Grimes, Joseph J. [Joe] (Alene) 
(RM) Retired Minister 

* 1316 Pruden St. 

Roanoke Rapids, NC 27870 

Grissom, David R. [David] (Sue) 

(DU) Special Appointment - Superintendent, The Oxford Orphanage, Inc 

* P Box 1091 600 College St. 
Oxford, NC 27565 Oxford, NC 27565 

690-0542 693-5111 



407 N. Wilkinson Dr. 
St. Pauls. NC 28384 
865-4301 



Guillemette, Joel Burton [Joel] 
(SA) Silk Hope UMC 
* Rt. 3, Box 359 

Siler City, NC 27344 
742-5222 



(Wendy J.) 



742-2005 



!7216 



Gum, Donald F. [Don] (Brenda) 

(BU) Special Appointment - Di r. , Pastor. Care, Alamance Hea. Services 
4341 NC 54 * P Box 202 

Graham, NC 27253 Burlington, NC 

578-4584 570-4076 

Gunter, Edward M. [Ed] (Beverly) 
(BU) Saint Paul UMC 
* 609 Trail 2 

Burlington, NC 27215 

226-0818 228-1681 



Guthrie, Kendall Jay [Kendall) (Sandra) 
(GR) Robersonville UMC 

* P Box 397 
Robersonville, NC 27871 

795-4663 

Guthrie, Walter Sherman [Sherman] (Cora L.) 
(NB) Straits-North River UMC 

* Rt. 2, Box 566 
Beaufort, NC 28516 

728-6966 

Hackett, Charles Martin [Charles] (June) 

(GO) Kenly-Buckhorn UMC 

P Box 155 * P. 0. Box 155 

Kenly, NC 27542 Kenly, NC 27542 

284-2192 284-2139 



Haddock, Jr., Will 
(BU) Shi I oh UMC 
* 4718 N. NC 87 
Gibsonville, NC 
584-0844 



am A. 



] (Jean) 



584-0844 



Hadley, Jr. Jacob Milton 
(RM) Special Appointment - 
* 1324 Pennrose Dr. 

Reidsville, NC 27320 
919/349-3372 



[Milton] (Maxine) 
Dir.of Past .Care, Annie Penn Mem.Hosp. 

Annie Penn Mem. Hosp. 
618 S. Main St. 

Reidsville, NC 27320 

919/349-8461 



Hale, Michael L. [Mike] (Jane) 
(FA) Special Appointment - Fami I 

110 Lattimore St. 

Hope Mills. NC 28348 
425-3790 



y Life Spec . ,Meth. Home for Children 
* P Box 12605 

Raleigh, NC 27605 
483-2420 



118 



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Study 



Hall, Stephen B. [Steve] (Teresa) 

(SA) Special Appointment - Chaplain U.S. Navy 

1204 Hampton Or. * Box 2505, USS Sierra, AD-K 

Summerville.SC 29485 FPO Miami, FL 34084 

803/875-0557 

Hall, Steven M. [Steve] (Cheryl N.) 
(EC) Sharon UMC 
* P Box 12 

Aydlett, NC 27912 

453-3616 453-2806 



Hall, Jr., William Kenneth 
(RO) Saint Paul's UMC 

205 S. Elm St. 

Maxton, NC 28364 
844-5463 

Hall, Sr., W. Kenneth [Ken] (Pat) 
(NB) Northwoods UMC 

113 McRae Ct. 

Jacksonville, NC 28546 
347-1338 

Hamilton. James W. [Jim] (Betty) 
(SA) Retired Minister 
* P. O. Box 889 
Biscoe. NC 27209 
428-2225 



[Kenneth] (Kari) 



P Box 483 
Maxton, NC 28364 
844-3792 



P. O. Box 7058 
Jacksonvl. NC 28540 
346-9726 



.ey] (Betty) 



[Susan] (Rembert) 



Hamilton, Riley T. [Ri 
(NB) Core Creek UMC 
* Rt. 2, Box 105 

Newport, NC 28570 

919/728-1403 

Hamilton, Susan Walker 
(WI) Bolton-Shiloh UMC 
Rt. 1, Box 47 
Bolton, NC 28423 
655-8959 



Hamm, Rodney G. [Rodney] (Phyllis) 
(WI) Wesley Memorial UMC 

2202 Acacia Dr. * 

Wilmington, NC 28403 
763-8857 



Hammond, Robert Michael 
(GR) Bath UMC 
* Rt. 2, Box 170 

Belhaven, NC 27810 
964-4143 

Hancock, C. Glenn [Glenn] 
(SA) Troy Circuit UMC 

934 Stoneybrook Dr. 

Sanford, NC 27330 
776-9191 



Harbin, Jr., Harold H. [Hal] (Libby) 
(NB) Harker's Island UMC 

* PO Box 307 

Harkers Island, NC 28531 
728-4368 

Hardison, Jr., Riley Vance [Vance] (F 
(GR) Retired Local Pastor 

* 310 E. 13th St. 
Washington, NC 27889 

946-7004 

Hardt, Otto H. C. [Otto] (Betty) 
(BU) Burlington Circuit UMC 

* 1421 Bethel Meth.Ch.Rd. 
Burlington, NC 27217 

584-8646 

Hargrove, Robert H. [Bob] (Alethea) 
(WI) Shallotte Circuit UMC 

* P O Box 178 
Shallotte, NC 28459 

754-6439 



Rt. 1, Box 47 
Bolton, NC 28423 



1401 S. College Rd. 
Wilmington, NC 28403 
791-4092 



[Robert] 


(Denise 


S.) 
923-2841 


] (Evel 


yn Sykes) 






* Rt. 1, Box 51 
Troy, NC 27371 
572-1661 



119 



Home 

Harper, Ruth E. [Ruth] (G. Lea) 
(DU) Associate - Epworth UMC 

5 Steeple Chase Ct. 

Durham, NC 27713 
489-4828 



Harrell, Haywood L. [Haywood] (Dorothy) 
(GO) Retired Minister 

* Route 3, Box 770 
Snow Hill. NC 28580 

747-2090 

Harrington, William David [David] 
(GR) Washington Circuit UMC 

* 318 E. 12th. St. 
Washington. NC 27889 

946-4382 

Harris, Derrick K. [Derrick] (Ruth) 
(DU) Granville-Vance UMC 

* Rt. 5, Box 21-A 
Oxford, NC 27565 



Study 



3002 Hope Valley Rd. 
Durham, NC 27707 
489-6557 



Harris. Don Lee [Don Lee] (E 
(RO) First UMC 

1304 Franklin Ave. 

Laurinburg, NC 28352 
276-1939 

Harris, H. LeRoy [LeRoy] 
(RA) Retired Minister 

* P Box 816 

Carolina Beach, NC 28428 
458-5007 

Harris, Jr., James H. [Jim] 
(RO) Fairmont Trinity UMC 

* 309 Iona St. 
Fairmont. NC 28340 

628-7365 



Box 1706, Main & Chur 
Laurinburg, NC 28352 
276-1593 



307 Trinity St. 
Fairmont, NC 28340 
628-7427 



Harris, Jr., Robert G. [Bob] (Donna) 

(GR) Special Appointment - Chief ,Chapl .Serv. ,VA Med.Ctr. , Lexington 

* 3293 Tisdale Dr. 
Lexington. KY 40503 

606/224-4216 606/281-3910 

Harrison, Russell S. [Russell] (Julia) 
(DU) Retired Minister 

* 2629 W. Cornwall is Road 
Durham. NC 27705 

493-2265 

Harsh-Cafferty, Susan L. [Susan] (Dennis J.) 

(SA) Piney Grove-Hickory Grove UMC 
Rt. 4, Box 302 * Route 4, Box 302 

Siler City, NC 27344 Siler City, NC 27344 

742-3557 742-3557 

Harvin, David L. [David] (Sue) 
(BU) Cedar Grove UMC 

* P O Box 56 

Cedar Grove, NC 27231 

732-8405 732-8405 



Harwood, Jr., John E. [John] (Gail) 
(DU) Oxford UMC 

415 Hancock St. * 

Oxford. NC 27565 
693-3237 

Hause, Charles J. [Charles] (Rita) 
(WI) Associate - Wesley Memorial UMC 

* 1519-4 Village Dr. 
Wilmington, NC 28401 

799-8989 

Hedden, Forrest D. [Forrest] (Jean V 
(WI) Retired Minister 

* 5846 Michelle Dr. 
Wilmington. NC 28403 

791-7633 



P Box 757 
Oxford, NC 27565 
693-4091 



S. College Rd. 
ington, NC 28403 



pi i ny lull, r 

791-4092 



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Helms, Suzanna Ross [Suzanna] 
(RA) Jenkins Memorial UMC 

3405 Huntleigh Drive 

Raleigh, NC 27604 
876-0096 

Helms, Jr., Julian B. [J.B.] 
(UI) Uesley's Chapel UMC 

Rt. 3, Box 251 

Elizabethtown, NC 28337 
645-4934 



725 N. Boy I an Ave. 
Raleigh, NC 27605 
833-4306 



(Carolyn) 



Rt. 3, Box 251 

Elizabtown, NC 

645-4011 



Hendricks, M. Elton [Elton] (Jerry) 
(FA) Special Appointment - President, 

234 Kinlaw Rd. * 

Fayetteville, NC 28311 
488-0793 



Methodist College 

Methodist College 

Fayetteville, NC 

488-7110 



Herrin, Charles L. [Charles] (Kitty) 
(RM) Halifax UMC 

* P Box 36b 
Halifax, NC 27839 

583-6271 

Herring, Charles M. [Charlie] (Wanda) 

(RO) Special Appointment - Chaplain, US Army 

* 106-C Scott PI. HHB.4-5 FA BN.Off.of Chap 
Fort Riley, KS 66442 Fort Riley, KS 66442 
913/784-4933 913/239-9047 



Hewett, William Oscar [Bill] 
(RO) Ledbetter UMC 
* 118 Scales Street 

Rockingham. NC 28379 
895-9822 



(Faye) 



Hickle, Steven A. 
(RA) Fairmont UMC 
* 117 Brooks Ave. 



[Steve] (Peggy) 



Raleigh, NC 27607 
832-2403 



2501 Clark Ave. 
Raleigh, NC 27607 
832-3316 



Hicks, Phyllis Kay [Phyllis] 

(BU) Special Appointment - Past .Coun, Past .Care & Cou.Inst.of DU-CH 
16A Tottenham La. * 3325 Ch.Hi I IBlvd.Sui te102 

Chapel Hill, NC 27514 Durham, NC 27707 

493-2326 48$- 6452 

Hicks, Jr., James W. [Jim] (Ruby) 
(GR) Disability Leave 
* Rt. 8, Box 149 

Goldsboro, NC 27530 
736-2311 



Higgins, Lawrence C. 
(EC) Riverside UMC 
* 1103 W. Williams Ci 
Elizabeth City, NC 
338-6262 



[Larry] (Rhonda) 



P Box 1385 
Elizabeth City, 
335-4549 



High, Jr., Luther V. [Luther] 
(EC) Chowan UMC 

* Box 187 

Tyner. NC 27980 
221-4458 

Hill, D. Christopher [Chris] 
(DU) Helena UMC 

* Rt. 1, Box 4 

Timber lake, NC 27583 
364-2819 



1 Box 36 
imberlake, NC 



Hill, Leon E. [Leon] (Peggy) 

(GO) Special Appointment - Chaplain, 

* 307 Robin Lake Dr. 
Dudley, NC 28333 

734-8703 

Hill, Ralph M. [Ralph] (Faye) 
(FA) Goshen-Keener UMC 

* Route 2, Box 150-A 
Newton Grove, NC 28366 

594-0992 



J.S. Air Force 
4CSG/HC 

S.Johnson AFB, NC 
736-5211 



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Hill, Robert Elwood [Robert] (Wendy) 
(GR) Noble's Chapel UMC 

* P Box 454 
Trenton, NC 28585 

448-1797 

Hill II, Edward F. [Ned] (Rochelle) 
(NB) Garber UMC 

4510 Tenella Rd. 

New Bern. NC 28562 
637-5961 

Hill, Jr., A. P. [A. P.] (LaRue) 
(GR) Retired Minister 

* Box 1724, 3001 Tacoma Dr. 
Kinston, NC 28501 

522-1650 

Hill, Jr., Noah B. [N.B.] (Charl 
(FA) Wesley Heights UMC 

* 463 Albemarle Dr. 
Fayetteville, NC 28311 

488-4179 



Hill, Jr., Richard C. [Ricky] (Michele) 
(GR) Kinston Circuit UMC 
* Rt. 1, Box 808B 
Selma, NC 27576 
965-6414 



Study 



4201 Country Club Rd 
New Bern, NC 28562 
637-4022 



304 Trinity Dr. 
Fayetteville, NC 28301 
483-3670 



Hillman, Randy A. [Randy] 
(EC) Special Appointment 
4408 Robinhood Rd. 



Winston-Salem, 
922-4297 

Hines, David M. [David] (Rebecca) 
(RO) Diaconal Minister 

407 E 14th St 

Lumberton, NC 28358 
392-2213 



(Wanda) 

Assoc.Dir. , Chap.Serv. , Forsyth Mem.Hosp. 
* 3333 Silas Cr.Prkwy. 
Forsyth Memorial Hosp. 
27106 Winston-Salem, NC 27103 

760-5105 



P Box 1032 
Lumberton, NC 28358 
791-4092 



Hinnant, H. Mallie [Mallie] 
(GO) Jefferson UMC 

1502 Ninth St. 

Goldsboro, NC 27534 
735-1669 



1101 N. Jefferson Ave. 
Goldsboro, NC 27534 
734-0144 



[Michael] (Brenda M.) 



Hinson. Walter Michael 
(NB) Riverside UMC 

1510 National Ave. 

New Bern, NC 28560 
637-6386 

Hirschi, Carlton F. [Carlton] (Mar 
(SA) Retired Minister 

* P Box 584 
Pittsboro, NC 27312 

542-2737 

Hix, Jr.. Clarence Eugene [Gene] (I 
(GO) Retired Minister 

* Rt. 3, Box 42 
Fayette, MO 65248 
816/248-2697 

Hobbs, James L. [Jim] (Mary) 
(RA) Trinity UMC 

* 1301 Mordecai Dr. 
Raleigh, NC 27604 

833-7466 

Hobbs, John W. [John] (Betty Jo) 
(GR) Retired Minister 

* P Box 1000 
Montreat. NC 28757 
704/299-0427 



405 Avenue A 

New Bern, NC 

637-9326 



?tty) 



824 N. Bloodworth St. 
Raleigh, NC 27604 
832-1390 



Hobbs, Michael B. [Michael] 
(DU) McMannen UMC 

4322 Berini Drive 

Durham, NC 27705 
383-4425 



(Gaye) 



704/669-841 



4102 Neal Rd. 
Durham, NC 27705 
383-1263 



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Hocutt, Allison Brady [Al] (Paula) 
(RM) Hart UMC 

* 1320 S. Franklin St. 
Rocky Mount. NC 27803 

977-1348 977-9568 

Hodge, Rudolph H. [Rudy] 

(NB) Pollocksvi lie-Lee's Chapel UMC 

* P. 0. Box 236 
Pollocksvi lie, NC 28573 

224-6801 224-2311 

Hodgin, Hubert Howard [Hugo] (Sue) 
(BU) Retired Minister 

* 110 Westover Dr. 
Lexington. NC 27292 

704/249-3109 704/249-8186 

Hoffman, Betty A. H. [Betty] 
(SA) Pekin UMC 

* Route 1, Box 87A Rt. 1, Box 87A 
Candor. NC 27229 Candor, NC 27229 

439-5065 

Holliday, William Ervin [Bill] (Elizabeth M.) 
(RM) Scotland Neck UMC 

* 1509 Clarksville Dr. P Box 401 

Scotland Neck, NC 27874 Scotland Neck, NC 27874 

826-3621 826-3318 

Hoi I is, Thomas M. [Tom] (Ann) 

(GR) Maury-Mount Herman UMC 

P Box 56 * P Box 56 

Maury, NC 28554 Maury, NC 28554 

747-5019 747-5019 

Hollowell, Clifton R. [CI i f D (Jo-Anne) 
(FA) Disability Leave 

* P. 0. Box 64583 
Fayetteville, NC 28306 

424-5298 

Holtsclaw, Thomas G. [Tom] (Jan) 
(NB) New Bern District UMC 

* 1503 Kimberly Rd. 
New Bern. NC 28560 

637-4600 637-4600 

Hood, Jean L. [Jean] (Elizabeth) 
(GO) Retired Minister 

* Rt. 6, Box 310-C-5 
Goldsboro, NC 27530 

689-9850 

Hoogerland, Thomas D. [Tom] (Wynell) 
(RM) Elm City UMC 

* P Box 307 

Elm City, NC 27822 

236-4371 236-3425 

Home, Alvin M. [Al] (Susan) 
(BU) Friendship UMC 

* 4702 Fr'ndship-Pat.MillRd 4612 Fr'ndship-Pat .Mi I IRd 
Burlington. NC 27215 Burlington, NC 27215 

227-7733 227-0381 

Home, Herbert Franklin [Herb] (Hazel) 
(NB) Retired Local Pastor 

* Box 728 
Maysville. NC 28555 

346-6409 

Hough, Thomas Bryant [T. B.] (Mary) 
(RO) Retired Minister 

* 1224 Village Cr.La., K-5 
Mt. Pleasant, SC 29464 
803/881-1839 

House, Thomas H. [Brother Thomas] (Madelyn) 
(RO) Retired Minister 



100 WesleyPinesRd.Apt.108 
Lumberton, NC 28358 
738-3686 



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Howard, Jr., William M. [Bill] (Edith) 
(BU) Retired Minister 

* 801 S. LaSalle St., #8 
Durham. NC 27705 

38$ -9094 

Hubbard, Charles S. [Charlie] (Mercer) 
(SA) Hickory Mountain UMC 

* P. 0. Box 58 
Pittsboro, NC 27312 

542-2060 



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Huckaby, Jr. Robert L 

(RA) Diaconal Minister 

* 7409 Deer Track Driv< 

Raleigh, NC 27613 

847-7532 



[Rob] (Susan Y.) 



847-281! 



Hudson, Pamela Jo [Pamela] 

(RM) Special Appointment - Chaplain, Samarkand Manor Trai 

* 211 Tanglewood Dr. Samarkand Manor 
Southern Pines, NC 28387 Eagle Springs, NC 

692-1933 673-3756 

Huff, David Allan [Dave] (Debbie) 
(DU) Rehoboth-Harris Chapel UMC 

* Route 8, Box 279 
Henderson NC 27536 

492-0279 438-6345 

Huffines, Terry L. [Terry] (Lisa) 
(RO) Pee Dee UMC 

* P. 0. Box 1907 
Rockingham, NC 28379 

895-4516 895-2148 



ing Sch. 
27242 



lutch] (Ann) 



UMC 



[Johnnie] (Ruby) 



Huffman, Virgil 
(BU) Cobb Circui 
* Rt. 1, Box 565 
Pelham, NC 27311 
388-2489 

Huggins, Johnnie S. 
(FA) Victory UMC 

2005 Camden Rd. 

Fayettevi lie, NC 
484-3390 



Huggins III, H. Sidney [Sid] (Kay 
(GR) Jarvis Memorial UMC 

107 Williamsburg Dr. 

Greenville, NC 27858 
756-4645 

Hunnings, Bess G. [Bess] (Hank) 
(DU) Allensvi lie-Trinity UMC 

* Rt. 3, Box 71 
Roxboro, NC 27573 

599-2820 

Hunnings, Henry M. [Hank] (Bess) 
(DU) Retired Minister 

* Rt. 3, Box 71 
Roxboro, NC 27573 

599-2820 

Hunter, J. Manly [Jack] (Wilma) 
(FA) Divine Street UMC 

* 908 W. Pearsall St. 
Dunn. NC 28335 

892-2386 

Hunter, Jack L. [Jack] (Carolyn) 
(BU) Front Street UMC 

1218 Edgewood Ave. 

Burlington, NC 27215 
226-0738 

Huskins, James R. [Jim] (Linda) 
(DU) Mount Zion UMC 

* Route 2, Box 27-B 
Hurdle Mills, NC 27541 

364-2317 



P O Box 64132 
Fayettevi lie, NC 28306 
484-3390 



510 S.Washington St. 
Greenville, NC 27858 
752-3101 



P Box 816 
Dunn, NC 28334 
892-2339 



P Box 2597 
Burlington, NC 27216 
227-6263 



364-2746 



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Huston, Clarence Earl [Earl] 
(GO) Fa i son Circuit UMC 

* PO Box 417 
Faison. NC 28341 

778-7167 

Hutcherson, Cyrus B. [Cy] 
(EC) Retired Minister 

* 411 Robin Lane 
Marietta. GA 30067 
404/977-2081 

Hutchinson, Charles H. [Charles] (Iris) 
(EC) Murfreesboro UMC 

* P Box 392 
Murfreesboro, NC 27855 

398-4551 398-4556 

Ingram, Geraldine D. [Gerry] (Kelly) 

(DU) Special Appointment - Assoc. in Ord.Min. ,Hinton Rural Life Ctt 
Rt. 5, Box 1071 * P O Box 27 

Hayesville, NC 28904 Hayesville, NC 28904 

704/389-9819 704/389-8336 

Ingram, 0. Kelly [Kelly] (Gerry) 
(DU) Retired Minister 

* Rt. 5, Box 1071 
Hayesville, NC 27804 
704/389-9819 

Innes, Randall E. [Randy] (Emily Deans) 
(BU) Swepsonville UMC 

* P Box 36 
Swepsonville, NC 27359 

578-3661 578-3661 

Irwin, Robert Lynn [Robert] 
(WI) Rocky Point UMC 

* P Box 6 

Rocky Point, NC 28457 
675-0211 

Jackson, Jeffrey L. [Jeff] (Valerie Lynn) 

(DU) Hermon-White Memorial UMC 

* 1612 Lynne Ave. 529 Alexander Ave. 
Henderson. NC 27536 Henderson, NC 27536 

438-6096 

Jackson. Jerry A. [Jerry] (Annette) 

(EC) Pilmoor Memorial UMC 

P. O. Box 65 * P Box 65 

Currituck. NC 27929 Currituck, NC 27929 

232-3391 232-2136 

Jackson, Lester P. [Lester] (Henrietta) 
(RM) Retired Minister 

* 308 Golfer's Lane 
Nashville. NC 27856 

459-2355 

Jackson, Richard C. [Richard] (Cheryl) 
(FA) Special Appointment - Chaplain, US Army 

* P Box 644 

Fort Monmouth, NJ 7703 
201/542-0753 

Jackson, Wilbur I. [Wil] (Carolyn) 
(RA) Cary: Macedonia UMC 

3508 Campbell Rd. * 2904 Walnut St. 

Raleigh, NC 27606 Cary, NC 27511 

851-4724 851-1551 

Jacobs, Harold Dean [Harold] (Edna) 

(RO) Diaconal Minister 
513 Maynor St. * Rt. 3, Box 196 

Pembroke, NC 28372 Maxton, NC 28364 

521-8669 521-2111 

Jansen, John Jay [John] (Patricia) 
(FA) Cumberland UMC 

* Rt. 20, Box 1252 
Fayetteville, NC 28306 

425-5356 425-5356 



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Jarrett, Eddie Jo V. [Eddie Jo] 
(OU) lakewood UMC 

* 2211 Elmwood Ave. 
Durham, NC 27707 

489-4335 

Jarvis, Dwight C. [Dwight] (Ann) 
(RA) Leave of Absence 

* 1309 Shelley Rd. 
Raleigh, NC 27609 

782-7938 



2317 Chapel Hi 11 Rd. 
Durham, NC 27707 
489-6273 



ill] (Jo Anne) 



P Box 48 
Red Springs, 
843-4011 



NC 28377 



Wesley Chaplain, Duke University 

* Duke Chapel, Duke Univer. 
Durham, NC 27706 
684-5955 



Jeffries, Sr., William H. 
(RO) Trinity UMC 

400 E. Third Ave. 

Red Springs. NC 28377 
843-4019 

Jenkins, David Omar [Ol i] 
(DU) Special Appointment • 

Box 9514, Duke Station 

Durham, NC 27706 
688-0644 

Jenkins, Edith Dudley [Edith] (Carroll) 
(GR) Aurora UMC 

* Rt. 1, Box 16A 
Aurora, NC 27806 

322-5400 322-5886 

Jenkins, Theodore R. [Ted] (Ormah) 
(RM) Retired Minister 

* 628 Breckenridge Rd. 
Kannapolis, NC 28081 
704/938-9891 

Jenks, Gregory Keith [Greg] (Beth) 
(BU) Saxapahaw UMC 

* P Box 268 
Saxapahaw, NC 27340 

376-3630 

Jernigan, Julius O. [J. O.] (Ruth) 

(FA) Special Appointment - Chaplain, VA Hospital 

5736 Dobson Dr. * 2300 Ramsey St. 

Fayetteville, NC 28311 Fayettevi I le, NC 28301 

488-2629 488-2120 



Jessee. D. Douglas [Doug] 
(RA) First UMC 

107 Stourbridge 

Cary, NC 27511 
467-9290 



(Beverly) 



117 S. Academy St. 
Cary, NC 27511 



£67-1861 



Johnson, Clarence Reginald [Reg] (Diane) 

(GR) Special Appointment - Prof., Spiritual Formation 

* 525 Talbott Dr. Asbury Theological Sem. 
Wilmore, KY 40390 Wilmore, KY 40390 
606/858-3081 606/858-3581 

Johnson, Doris J. [Doris] 
(EC) Harrellsville UMC 

* P Box 365 
Harrellsville, NC 27942 

356-2279 

Johnson, George W. [George] (Nadine) 
(BU) Burlington District UMC 

* 3118 Truitt Dr. 
Burlington. NC 27215 

584-7959 584-7959 



Johnson, Glenda N. [Glenda] (Wi 
(RA) Associate - Highland UMC 

4000 Brothwell Court 

Raleigh, NC 27606 
851-1869 



iam) 



1901 Ridge Rd. 
Raleigh, NC 27607 
787-4251 



Johnson, Harvey B. [Harvey] (Willie) 

(BU) Special Appointment - Exec. Di r. /Chaplain, Kirkwood by the 

* P O Box 101083 3605 Ratliff Rd. 

Birmingham, AL 35210 Birmingham, AL 35210 

205/956-0692 205/956-2184 



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Johnson, J. Donald [Don] (Joanne) 
(BU) Rock Creek UMC 

7315 Mt.Hermn-Rock Cr.Rd. * 7515 Mt .Hermn-Rock Cr.Rd. 

Snow Camp. NC 27349 Snow Camp, NC 27349 

376-3515 

Johnson James Paul [Jim] (Barbara) 
(RA) Gillburg UMC 

* Rt. 1, Box 30 Hwy. 39 South 
Henderson, NC 27536 Henderson, NC 27536 

492-3671 492-8155 

Johnson, Lawrence E. [Larry] (Bernice) 
(FA) John Wesley UMC 

* 3212 McChoen Drive 616 Cumberland St. 
Fayetteville, NC 28301 Fayettevi I le, NC 28301 

822-2984 483-5052 

Johnson, Marilyn H. [Marilyn] (Floyd) 
(NB) Retired Diaconal Minister 

* 1408 Kimberly Rd. 
New Bern, NC 28562 

638-1372 

Johnson III. Paul Jones [Skip] 

(RA) Special Appointment - Appointed to Attend School 

* 4901 Stonehill Street 
Raleigh, NC 27609 

782-1271 

Jones, Donnie L. [Donnie] (Brenda) 
(WI) St. John-Smith Chapel UMC 

* 226 Fairfield Dr. 801 N. Seventh St. 
Wilmington, NC 28401 Wilmington, NC 28401 

251-8720 251-87^0 

Jones, Garry Eugene [Garry] (Beverly) 
(RO) Snead's Grove UMC 

* Rt. 1, Box 136 

Laurel Hill, NC 28351 

276-7378 276-7340 

Jones, George A. [George] (Bonnie) 
(BU) Mebane UMC 

205 S. Fourth St. * 200 S. Fourth St. 

Mebane, NC 27302 Mebane, NC 27302 

563-1661 563-4301 

Jones, H. Tyler [Tyler] (Kathy) 
(GO) Associate - Faison Circuit UMC 

* Route 2, Box 328 
Warsaw, NC 28398 

293-3528 

Jones, Linwood S. [Lindy] (Phyllis) 
(GR) Holly Springs UMC 

* Rt. 1, Box 42 
Williamston. NC 27892 

792-6104 792-3617 

Jones, Norwood L. [Norwood] (Helen) 
(RA) Retired Minister 

* 321 Barbour St. 
Clayton, NC 27520 

553-2492 

Jones, Vassar W. [Vassar] (Ruby H.) 
(DU) Retired Minister 

* 418 W. Gordon St. 
Roxboro, NC 27573 

599-9203 

Jones, Jr., Barney Lee [Barney] (Marjorie) 
(DU) Retired Minister 

* P O Box 1094 
Bridgehampton, NY 11932 
516/537-0301 

Jordan, Bobby L. [Bobby] (Linda P.) 
(GR) Swan Quarter UMC 

* P Box 129 Box 129 

Swan Quarter, NC 27885 Swan Quarter, NC 27885 

926-4791 296-4791 



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Jordan, Harry [Harry] (Fran) 
(RM) Retired Minister 

* 2200 Chelsea Or. 
Wilson. NC 27893 

237-8113 

Joyce, Johnie L. [Johnie I.] (Lou) 
(DU) Retired Minister 

* 3135 Hope Valley Rd. 
Durham, NC 27707 

490-6184 

Joyner, Jr., F. Belton [Belton] (Tc 
(RA) Raleigh District UMC 

6201 Godfrey Dr. ' 

Raleigh, NC 27612 
787-4660 



Study 



PO Box 10955 
Raleigh, NC 
834-5100 



Juren, Jerry Jay [Jerry] (Ann) 
(RA) Fuquay-Varina UMC 

406 E. Academy St. 

Fuquay-Varina, NC 27526 
552-2700 

Kasper, J. Mark [Mark] 

(WI) Ocean View UMC 
415 Mercer Street 
Yaupon Beach, NC 28461 
278-5229 



Kelly, Linda M. [Linda] 
(NB) Special Appointment 

1216 Brookwood Rd. 

Shelby, NC 28150 

704/48i-2754 



402 N. Main St. 
Fuquay-Varina, NC 27526 
552-4331 



Long Beach, NC 28465 
278-5973 



Assoc. Pastor, UNC Conf. 
* P Box 3000 

Shelby NC 28151 



Kennedy, Jr., Mark Hodges [Mark] (K 
(GO) Pine Forest UMC 

5462 Hi way 581 * 

Goldsboro, NC 27530 
736-1910 

Kim, Eul Lark [Eul Lark] (Samduck) 
(RA) Raleigh: Korean UMC 
* 4000-101 Twickenham Ct. 
Raleigh, NC 27613 
781-4097 



704/487-6336 



Rt. 5, Box 389 
Goldsboro, NC 27530 
735-5161 



Kim, Jinho [Jinho] (Younghee) 
(FA) Korean UMC 

1768 Inverness Dr. * 

Fayetteville, NC 28304 
425-1985 

King, Jr., A. Kimsey [Kimsey] (Jear 
(DU) Disability Leave 

* 5315 Yardley Terrace 
Durham, NC 27707 

48S-6497 

Kinley, Grady L. [Grady] (Mildred) 
(GO) Retired Minister 

* 108 Rose Dr. 
Goldsboro, NC 27534 

778-3079 

Kirby, Stephen [Stephen] (Judy) 
(BU) Leasburg UMC 

* P O Box 98 
Leasburg. NC 27291 

599-1267 

Kirby, Wallace H. [Wallace] 
(RA) Louisburg UMC 

406 N. Main St. ' 

Louisburg, NC 27549 
496-3479 



202 Hope Mills Rd. 
Fayetteville, NC 28304 
425-1982 



P O Box 667 
Louisburg NC 
496-3736 



Knight, R. Norman [Norman] 
(RA) Retired Minister 
* 4708A Matt Dr. 



(Ruby) 



igh, NC 
378-004 



0046 



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Knott, T. Garland [Garland] (Kathleen) 

(FA) Special Appointment - Professor, Methodist College 

* 5133 Waterbury PI. Methodist College 
Fayetteville, NC 28311 Fayettevi I le, NC 2831' 

488-3032 488-7110 

Knowles, Russell R. [Russell] (Jaxie) 

(WI) Carver's Creek-Trinity UMC 

P Box 160 * P Box 160 

Council. NC 28434 Council, NC 28434 

645-4168 

Kossan, Joseph E [Joseph] 
(GO) Brownings-Smith UMC 

* Rt. 3, Box 471 

Mount Olive, NC 28365 
594-1445 

Kraatz, Christian L. [Chris] (Eileen G.) 

(SA) Special Appointment - Appointed in Ontario, Canada 

* 64 Sovereign Dr 

St Catharines ON L2T 1Z7 
Canada, 

Krueger, Todd Stephen [Todd] 
(SA) Bon lee UMC 

* P Box 81 
Bonlee. NC 27213 

837-5389 

Lackey, Duke Caldwell [Duke] (Bettina B.) 
(SA) Biscoe-Bascom's Chapel UMC 

* P. 0. Box 88 
Biscoe. NC 27209 

428-4862 428-1008 

Laine, Amos Lloyd [Amos] (Emma Lee) 
(FA) Leslie UMC 

* 306 W. Divine St. 
Dunn, NC 28334 

892-2533 892-2533 

Lamb, W. Douglas [Doug] (Margaret) 
(RO) Fellowship UMC 

* 1200 McDonald Ave. 
Hamlet, NC 28345 

582-2685 582-0900 

Lamneck, Forrest D. [Jack] 
(GO) Retired Minister 

* 22437 TR 1203 

W. LaFayette, OH 43845 
614/623-8853 

Lancaster, Alton S. [Alton] (Ruby) 
(WI) Retired Minister 

* Rt. 2, Box 180-E 
Clarkton, NC 28433 

647-4451 

Lancaster, Charles Hulbert [Charles] (Emily) 
(DU) Retired Minister 

* P O Box 543 
Creedmoor, NC 27522 

528-U45 575-7342 

Lancaster, Ecwood C. [Eckie] (Shirley) 
(WI) Pine Valley UMC 

* 326 Pemberton Dr. 3788 Shipyard Blvd. 
Wilmington, NC 28412 Wilmington, MC 28412 

791-38^1 791-0353 

Lancaster Maurice [Maurice] (Helen) 
(GO) Eureka-Yelverton UMC 

* PO Box 3240 
Eureka. NC 27830 

242-4218 

Lancaster, Jr., James R. [James] (Louise) 
(FA) Retired Minister 

* 5206 Arbor Rd. 
Fayetteville, NC 28311 

822-0133 

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Lane, Barry Lee [Barry] (Peggy) 
(DU) Fletcher's Chapel UMC 

* 2034 Fletcher's Chapel Rd 
Durham. NC 27703 

686-4850 

Lane, Jr., J. Rodney [Rodney] (I 
(NB) Pamlico Coop. Parish UMC 

* Box 98 

Stonewall, NC 28583 
745-4916 

Langley, Delores Anne [Delores] 
(RM) Associate - First UMC 

1305 Buxton Rd. 

Wilson. NC 27893 
291-5646 



Stonewall, NC 28583 
745-4916 



P Box 1423 
Wilson. NC 27893 
237-6121 



Leatherman, Harold F. [Harold] (Wilma) 
(RO) Retired Minister 
* Rt. 1, Box 96 

Vale, NC 28168 

704-462-2223 



(Victoria Lynn) 



Leburg, Michael W. [Mike] 
(GO) Johnston Circuit UMC 

* Rt. 4, Box 168 

Four Oaks, NC 27524 
963-2979 

Ledford, John T. [John] (Geneva) 
(EC) Retired Local Pastor 

* Rt.1 Bx B4,Harbortown Apt 
Manteo, NC 27954 

473-2431 



Lee, Don Paul [Don] (Barbara) 
(RO) Glenwood UMC 

* Rt. 4, Box 163A 
Rockingham, NC 28379 

895-9536 

Lee, Henry W. [Henry] (Catherine) 
(RA) Mount Zion UMC 

* Rt. 5, Box 1330 
Garner, NC 27529 

772-0720 

Lee, James C. [Jim] (Sharon) 
(RA) Millbrook UMC 

1012 Cedarhurst Dr. 

Raleigh, NC 27609 
876-3910 

Lee, Percy 0. [Percy] (Deceased) 
(FA) Retired Minister 

* 203 Bethel Road 
Raeford, NC 28376 

875-2618 

Leeland, Paul L. [Paul] (Janet) 
(GR) Westminster UMC 

1214 Stockton Rd. 

Kinston, NC 28501 
522-1248 

Lemons, Joseph Barry [Barry] (Donna) 
(RM) Associate - First UMC 

305 Jackson 

Roanoke Rapids, NC 27870 
537-7996 

Leonard, Orville E. [Orville] (Mildred) 
(SA) Retired Minister 
* 3312 Emerson Drive 

Augusta, GA 30906 

404/790-0328 



Rt.4, Box 1268 
Four Oaks. NC 
963-2979 



27524 



1712 Millbrook Rd. 
Raleigh, NC 27609 
876-0865 



Box 1007 

Kinston, NC 28501 
522-3334 



Box 277 

Roanoke Rapids, NC 
537-2173 



Leonhard, Richard [Richard] 
(RO) Saint John-Gibson UMC 
* P O Box 181 

Gibson, NC 28343 
268-4292 



(Carole) 



P.O. Box 181 
Gibson, NC 28343 
268-4292 



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Levin, Dennis P. [Dennis] (Peggy) 

(RM) Enfield - Eden UMC 

Box 115, 111 N. Church * P Box 115 

Enfield, NC 27823 Enfield, NC 27823 

445-5983 445-3450 

Levis, Susan P. [Susan] 
(FA) Leave of Absence 

* 1114 Mainland Ct. 

Mount Pleasant, SC 29464 
803/881-8772 

Lewis, Henry B. [Henry] (Sara) 
(RA) Retired Minister 

* 1501 Ashburton Rd. 
Raleigh, NC 27606 



Leig 

85 



1-3129 



Lewis, Jerry D. [Jerry] (Debby) 

(NB) Special Appointment - Chaplain, U S Air Force 

* PSC Box 1242 81CSC/HC 

APO, NY 9405 APO, NY 9755 

Lewis, Wallace B. [Wallace] (Loretta) 
(GO) Jerusalem-Bethel UMC 

* Rt. 2, Box 215F 
LaGrange, NC 28551 

778-3502 778-3502 

Lewis, Sr., Richard F. [Dick] (Jo Ann) 
(EC) Bethany UMC 

* Box 239 
Wanchese, NC 27981 

473-5438 473-5254 

Lindblade, Susan Clayton [Susan] (Eric) 

(RO) First UMC 

512 Scotland Dr. * P Box 637 

Rockingham, NC 28379 Rockingham, NC 28379 

997-3479 895-4027 

Lindblade, Jr., Eric N. [Eric] (Susan) 

(RO) Associate - First UMC 
512 Scotland Dr. * P Box 637 

Rockingham, NC 28379 Rockingham, NC 28379 

997-3479 895-4027 

Lineberger, Sr, J. Worth [Worth] (Allene) 
(RA) Retired Minister 

* 612 Daniels St. 
Raleigh, NC 27605 

834-7439 

Ling, Steven Michael [Steven] (Robyn) 
(DU) Banks-Grove Hill UMC 

* Rt. 1, Box 208 Rt. 1, Box 208 
Franklinton, NC 27525 Franklinton. NC 27525 

528-2423 528-2423 

Lister, Joe D. [Joe] (Judy) 
(RM) Smith UMC 

* Rt. 2, Box 273D 

Roanoke Rapids, NC 27870 
537-1343 

Little, Brooks Bivens [Brooks] (Reviline) 
(DU) Retired Minister 

* 3513 Crestridge Drive 
Nashville, TN 37204 
615/269-6655 

Little, Milton E. [Milton] (Velva) 
(FA) Tabor UMC 

* 3531 Godwin Cir. 
Fayetteville, NC 28301 

483-4824 483-3326 

Little, Stephen N. [Steve] (Marie) 

(EC) South Camden UMC 

Rt. 1. Box 12 * Rt. 1, Box 12 

Camden, NC 27921 Camden. NC 27921 

33$ -7500 33$ -7565 

Litzenberger, Charles M. [Charlie] (Annette) 
(BU) Salem UMC 

* 4924 Salem Ch. Rd. 4924 Salem Ch . Rd. 
Haw River, NC 27258 Haw River, NC 27258 

376-6545 376-6545 



Lloyd, Jr., Frank I. [Frank] (Dottie 
(GR) Calvary Memorial UMC 
* P Box 445 

Snow Hill, NC 28580 
747-3723 

Locklear, Bill James [Bill] (Delia) 
(RO) Rowland Parish UMC 

Route 3, Box 175 

Maxton, NC 28364 
521-9360 

Locklear, Kenneth U. [Kenneth] 
(RO) Branch Street UMC 

P Box 880 

Pembroke. NC 28372 
521-0748 

Loftis, Thomas E. [Tom] (Cornelia) 
(GO) Saint Paul UMC 

119 Overbrook Rd. 

Goldsboro, NC 27534 
734-4050 

Lopez, Hugo L. [Hugo] (Hilda) 

(SA) Chatham Hispanic Ministries UMC 

* 716 Lakewood Dr. 

Siler City, NC 27344 
663-3425 



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Route 1, Box 362 
Rowland, NC 28383 
521-0324 



P Box 880 
Pembroke, NC 28372 
738-6638 



204 E. Chestnut St. 
Goldsboro. NC 27530 
734-2965 



Lovelace, Henry 
(RA) Apex UMC 
* 301 E. Chatham St. 
Apex, NC 27502 
362-9241 



[Henry] (Ann) 



(FAfspeci4l W Appointm;nt B - VP, Church & Com. Relat . .Methodist College 
Methodist College * Methodist College 



Fayetteville, NC 
488-0524 



283 V 



Lowry, Jerry [Jerry] (Doreen) 
(RO) First UMC 

P O Box 1707 

Pembroke, NC 28372 
521-9044 

Lowry, Tryon D. [Tryon] (Brenda) 
(DU) Granville Circuit UMC 
* 107 Pine Tree Dr. 
Oxford. NC 27565 
693-6007 



Lowry, Jr., Herbert [Herbert] (Connie) 
(RO) West Robeson UMC 

* Rt. 2, Box 247B 
Pembroke, NC 28372 

521-9526 

Loy, James C. [J. C] (Agnes) 
(RA) Wesley Memorial UMC 

* P. 0. Box 614 
Warrenton, NC 27589 

257-2612 



5400 Ramsey St. 
Fayetteville, NC 28311 
488-7110 



P Box 1707 
Pembroke, NC 28372 
521-8197 



107 Pine Tree Dr. 
Oxford, NC 27565 



257-2129 



(Wanda) 
James UMC 



Loy, Samuel W. [Sam] 
(GR) Associate - Sai 

102 Dellwood Dr. 

Greenville, NC 27858 
355-7480 

Lugar, Lawrence E. [Lawrence] (Jean) 
(NB) Retired Minister 

* 3015 Mandy Lane 
Morehead City, NC 28557 

247-4782 

Lupton, James G. [Jim] (Virginia S.) 
(GR) Retired Minister 

* P O Box 188 
Simpson, NC 27879 

758-4314 



2000 E. 6th St. 
Greenville, NC 
752-6154 



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Lykins, Mark E. [Mark] 

(DU) Good Shepherd UMC 

412 Belmont Drive 

Durham, NC 27703 

596-7660 



A 1 2 Belmont Ave. 
Durham, NC 27703 
596-8516 



MacLean, Robert A. [Robert] (Kathleen) 
(RO) Retired Minister 

* P Box 2003 
Laurinburg, NC 28353 

276-6484 

Madison Jr., John Talton [Tal] (Julie) 

(WI) Fair Bluff-Cerro Gordo UMC 

P. 0. Box 492 * P. 0. Box 492 

Fair Bluff, NC 28439 Fair Bluff, NC 28439 

649-7349 649-7749 

Malloy, David 0. [David] (Vevely) 
(RO) Cedar Grove-Salem UMC 

* Route 1, Box 137-X 
Laurinburg, NC 28352 

276-9415 



Malloy, Jr., James Edward [James] 
(RO) Mount Olive Parish UMC 
* P. 0. Box 2723 

Lumberton, NC 28359 
738-7600 



865-3990 



Maness, Tracy A. [Tracy] (Jackie) 

(RA) Special Appointment - Fam.Life Spec, Meth. Home for Chi 
6101 Parker Croft * P Box 12605 

Raleigh, NC 27609 Raleigh, NC 27605 

847-8871 833-2834 



Mangum, Robert L. [Bob] (Neila) 
(RO) Prospect UMC 

P O Box 875 

Pembroke, NC 28372 
521-3476 



Rt. 3, Box 196 
Maxton, NC 28364 
521-2111 



Mann, Milton T. [Milton] (Gaye) 

(EC) First UMC 

* 707 W. Church St. 

Elizabeth City, NC 27909 
335-7292 



Mann, William Joseph [Joe] 
(RA) Special Appointment - 
2319 Gaddy Dr. 

Raleigh, NC 27609 
781-4908 



(Ann) 
Assoc. Di 



P Box 401 

Elizabeth City, NC 27909 
335-1771 



..Rural Church Div.,Duke Endowm 

The Duke Endowment 
P Box 51307 

Durham, NC 27717 
489-3359 



Marsicano, Leslie Montfort [Leslie] (Michael) 

(DU) Special Appointment - Asst.Dean of Students, Davidson College 

* 2709 Selwyn Ave. Dean, Stud. Of f .DavidsonCol 
Charlotte, NC 28209 Davidson, NC 28036 
704/358-1549 704-892-2225 

Martin, Dwight E. [Dwight] 
(GO) Edgerton Memorial UMC 

* P O Box 487 
Selma, NC 27576 

965-2054 



Anderson S Sumner Streets 
Selma, NC 27576 
965-3761 



Martin III, Sam F. [Sam] 
(DU) Tabernacle UMC 

P O Box 100 

Townsville, NC 27584 
492-7643 

Mason, Glenn E. [Glenn] 
(NB) Oriental UMC 
* P O Box 659 
Oriental, NC 28571 
249-6229 



(Amy Vi rginia) 



>. 0. Box 10C 
rownsville, NC 27584 
438-7838 



P Box 70 
Oriental, NC 28571 
249-0213 



Mason, Jr., Lemuel R. [Lem] (Delphia) 
(BU) Retired Minister 
* 25 Jackson Ave. 

Buckhannon, WV 26201 

304-472-3637 



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Massey, Gerald R. [Gerald] (Dorothy) 
(WI) Saint Paul UMC 
* P Box 356 

Carolina Beach, NC 28428 

458-8048 458-5310 

Maultsby III, J. Alexander [Alex] (Nancy L.) 
(WI) Special Appointment - Chaplain, U S Navy 
i QtrsM-8 Naval Base Box 503 Naval Hospital 

N. Charleston, SC 29408 Charleston^SC 29408 

803/743-3830 



803/744-4121 



May, Raegan V. [Raegan] (Lee) 

(BU) Associate - University UMC 

244 Hayes Rd. * P Box 728 

Chapel Hill. NC 27514 Chap SL H ; ^ NC 

942-5244 929-7191 

Mayes, Rodger N. [Rodger] (Linda) 
(RA) Bunn-Hill King Charge UMC 

* P Box 142 
Bunn, NC 27508 

496-2437 

Maynard, Philip R. [Philip] (Rebecca P.) 
(BU) Chestnut Ridge UMC 

* Rt. 1, Box 95A 
Efland, NC 27243 

563-5108 

Maynard, Randall Grey [Randy] (Cindy) 
(RM) Black Creek-Lucama UMC 

* P Box 359 
Lucama, NC 27851 

239-0542 237-7451 

Mayo, Leonard E. [Leonard] (Judy) 

(RO) Trinity-Zion UMC 

Rt. 3, Box 367C * P-0. Box 1592 

Rockingham. NC 28379 Rock ^ ha :S/'/ 

895-3297 997-2944 

McAdams, Jr., David S. [Duff] (Corky) 
(RM) Spring Hope UMC 

* P Box 770 
Spring Hope NC 27882 

478-3435 478-3140 

McCall, Emmit C. [Emmit] (Blanche) 
(EC) Currituck UMC 

* P Box 648 
idy, NC 

453-3559 

McCarver, Clyde G. [Clyde] (Frances) 
(RO) Retired Minister 

* 43 Botany Woods 
Hartsville, SC 29550 
803/332-9473 

McCullen, Billie R. [Bill] (Gladys) 
(GO) Retired Minister 

* Route 1 Box 245 
Goldsboro. NC 27530 

689-2429 

McDonald, Walter N. [Walter] (Joyce) 
(RA) Retired Minister 

* 305 Sunset Ave 
Louisburg, NC 27549 

496-3757 

McDowell, Thomas D. [Tom] (Barbara S.) 

(BU) Yanceyville UMC 

P Box 9 * P Box 9 

Yanceyville, NC 27379 Yanc !Xy'!^ NC 2737<? 

694-4083 694-4083 

McElroy, Steven W. [Steve] (Lori Lee) 

(WI) Associate - Wesley Memorial UMC 

5042 Shelly Dr.' * 1401 S. College Rd 

Wilmington. NC 28405 Wi Imington NC 28405 

395-1660 791-4092 

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McFarland, Dena Jo [Dena] 
(EC) Associate - First UMC 

* 1102 Raleigh St. 
Elizabeth City, NC 27909 

338-1019 

HcKee, Robert F. [Robert] (Phyl 
(RA) Disability Leave 

* 1705 Skylyn Dr., Apt. 238 
Spartanburg. SC 29302 
803/542-9639 



Study 



P Box 401 

Elizabeth City, NC 27909 



McKenzie, Charles E 
(EC) City Road UMC 
* 509 North Road Street 

Elizabeth City, NC 27909 
335-2515 



[Charles] (Judy) 



McKenzie, Jr., G. Robert 
(RA) Special Appointment 

3117 Cartwright Dr. 

Raleigh, NC 27612 
782-9507 



335-2658 

[Bob] (Pat) 

- Exec. Dir., Conf. COM 

* P Box 10955 

Raleigh, NC 27605 
832-9560 



/ou! 1 ?' Car , leton p - [Carleton] (Margaret) 
^5 , 0rSo^°Rd'! ment ■ ^r./Chap.,Hospiceof Nash General 

R ° C % M 7°^£ NC 278 ° 4 Ro U cky S Mour,; NC*' JtIoT 

y-^-4364 443-8124 

McLamb, Howard M. [Howard] (Azile) 
(RA) Retired Minister 

* 1313 Falls Church Rd. 
Raleigh, NC 27609 

876-8709 

McLaurin, Horace L. [Horace] (Wanda) 
(NB) Trinity UMC 

* 2315 Elizabeth Ave. 
New Bern. NC 28562 

637-5259 



311 Simmons St. 
Jew Bern, NC 28560 
637-2660 



McLawhorn, Robert 

(BU) Concord UMC 
4504 E. Gsbo-Chap Hi I 
Graham, NC 27253 
376-9719 



T. [Bob] (Barbara) 



4462 E Gsb-Ch.Hi I Rd 
Graham, NC 27253 



McLean, Billy W. A. [Billy] 
(RO) Leave of Absence 
* P. O. Box 1186 



Pine Bluff, AR 
501-247-47^7 



71613 



AR Dept. of Correction 
D Box 1186 
Pine Bluff, AR 71613 



McLean, Emma Ruth [Emma Ruth] 
(RO) Retired Local Pastor 
* P. O. Box 1205 

Laurinburg, NC 28352 
276-3338 



McLean, James H. 

(NB) Asbury UMC 

* 550 Asbury Rd. 

Cove City, NC 

638- 1144 



[James] (Betty P.) 
28523 



McLendon, James Earl [Earl] (Marie) 
(FA) Disability Leave 

* Rt. 23, Box 498 
Fayetteville, NC 28301 

483-9967 

McLeod Walter E. [Walter] (Delores) 
(RO) Fletcher's Chap. -St. Peter UMC 

* 1303-208 Pine Winds Dr 
Raleigh, NC 27603 

875-4762 

McMillan, III, Samuel D. [Mack] (Paige) 
(GO) Pikevi lie-Mount Carmel UMC 

* P O Box 43 

Pikevi lie, NC 27863 
242-4674 



281-5735 



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McMillan, Jr., Samuel Duncan [Sam] (Fran) 
(WI) Wilmington District UMC 

* 2201 Lynnwood Dr. 
Wilmington NC 28403 

762-0400 762-0400 

McMillen, J. Randall [Randy] (Athena) 
(NB) Cedar Island-Sea Level UMC 

* P O Box 590 

Cedar Island, NC 28520 
225-1141 



(Flossie G.) 



1100 N. John St. 
Goldsboro, NC 27530 




Rt. 1, Box 25 
Kittrell, NC 27544 



McNair, E. Maxwell [Mack] 
(GO) Saint John UMC 

* Rt. 2, Box 222 
Laurinburg, NC 28352 

276-4634 

McPherson, Bruce W. [Bruce] 
(RA) Union Chapel UMC 

Route 1 Box 25 

Kittrell, NC 27544 
438-6978 

McQuade, J. Stanley [Stanley] (Frances) , 

(DU) Special Appointment - Methodist Chapl . .Campbel I University 

* 502 Keith Hills Rd. Campbell University 
Lillington, NC 27546 Buies Creek NC 27506 

893-2758 893-4111 

Meacham, B. Frank [Frank] (Mildred) 
(RO) Retired Minister 

* 201 N. Wilkinson Dr. 
Saint Pauls. NC 28384 

865-4555 

Meacham, William F. [Bill] (Carrie) 
(RO) Retired Minister 

* P. 0. Box 97 
Ellerbe, NC 28338 

652-6107 

Meadows, Dan E. [Dan] (Jean) 
(RM) Retired Minister 

* Route 2, Box 18A 
Bailey. NC 27807 

235-4835 

Measamer, Elwin Harrell [E. H.] 
(DU) Retired Minister 

* 2616 Erwin Road 
Durham, NC 27705 

383-6929 



(Mary S.) 



Megill, George C. 

(RA) Trinity UMC 

* Rt. 3, Box 333 

Louisburg, NC 

496-4891 



[George] (June) 



R. [Benny] (Grace) 



Melvin. Benjam 
(SA) First UMC 

* P O Box 716 
Pittsboro. NC 27312 

542-4525 

Melvin, Thomas G. [Tom] 
(WI) Lake Waccamaw UMC 

* 204 Nancy St. 

Lake Waccamaw, NC 28450 
646-3538 



496-4891 



P Box 716 
Pittsboro. NC 
542-2330 



P Box 310 

Lake Waccamaw, NC 28450 
646-4471 



Melvin, Jr., B. Fallon [Fallon] (Betty) 
(NB) Associate - Pamlico Coop. Parish UMC 

* 3050 Red Fox Rd. 

New Bern. NC 28562 
638-8864 

Mercer, Charles H. [Charles] (Florrie) 
(RM) Retired Minister 

* PO Box 603 

Lake Junaluska, NC 28745 
704/456-8028 



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Merchant, Michele R. [Michele] (Steve) 
(RA) Associate - Soapstone UMC 

* 3329 Donner Tr. 

Wake Forest. NC 27587 

556-8889 846-2212 

Metcalf, Ellen H. [Ellen] 
(BU) Evergreen UMC 

* 140 BPW Club Rd.,Apt.C23 10-A Cole Park Plaza 
Carrboro. NC 27510 Chapel Hill, NC 27514 

942-5113 968-0198 

Methvin, Rayford H. [Rayford] (Pauline) 
(WI) Old Dock UMC 

* Rt. 4, Box 232 
Whiteville, NC 28472 

642-5462 

Mewborn, Charles H. [Charlie] (Pat) 
(RO) Retired Minister 

* Route 1, Box 150 
Gibson, NC 28343 

268-4968 

Mickey, Paul A. [Paul] (Jane) 

(DU) Special Appointment - Assoc. Prof. Duke Divinity School 

* 2617 McDowell Rd. Duke Divinity School 
Durham, NC 27705 Durham, NC 27706 

489-6907 684-3185 

Midgett, III, Peleg D. [P.D.] (Carol (Cookie)) 
(WI) Trinity UMC 

* 201 River Drive 
Southport. NC 28461 

457-6^41 457-6633 

Miller, Douglas W. [Doug] (Mary Elizabeth) 
(DU) Mount Tabor-Riverview UMC 

* Rt. 2, Box 341 
Rougemont. NC 27572 

477-8339 479-8339 

Miller, George D. [George] (Lorene) 
(WI) Retired Local Pastor 

* 1632A Peaceful Lane 
Palm Lake Village 
Dunedin, FL 34698 
813/733-8414 

Miller, Joanna Claire [Joanna] 
(RM) Battleboro-Clark St. UMC 

* P Box 153 
Battleboro, NC 27809 

977-3311 442-9260 

Miller, Melvin R. [Melvin] (Bonnie Ruth) 
(FA) Retired Minister 

* 286 Lincoln St. 

South Portland, ME 4106 
207/799-8909 

Miller, Jr., James H. [Jimmy] (Susan) 
(GR) Retired Minister 

* Rt. 5, Box 237 
Kinston, NC 28501 

527-1606 

Milton, Stuart M. [Stuart] (Teresa S.) 

(RA) Norlina UMC 

P Box 356 * P Box 356 

Norlina, NC 27563 Norlina, NC 27563 

456-3150 456-2606 

Minnis, Jesse F. [Jesse] 
(BU) Retired Minister 

* 2616 Erwin Road 
Durham, NC 27705 

383-2567 

Mitchell, Charles Maness [Maness] (Vivian) 
(RA) Retired Minister 

* 622 Wimbleton Dr. 
Raleigh, NC 27609 

787-3311 

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Mitchell, John D. [John] (Helen) 
(GR) Ayden UMC 

* 707 U 3rd St. 309 U. 3rd St. 
Ayden! NC 28513 Ayden NC 28513 

7i6-3852 746-6524 

Mitchell, Jr., William K. [Bill] (Carolee J.) 
(RM) Conway UMC 

* P Box 326 
Conway, NC 27820 

585-1984 585-1984 

Moe, David L. [David] (Martha) 
(WI) Retired Minister 

* 308 58th St., NE 

Long Beach. NC 28465 
278-6570 

Mooney, Jr., Robert C. [Bob] (Nell) 
(BU) Retired Minister 

* 504 Alamance Rd. 
Burlington, NC 27215 

229-0224 

Moore, Donna Susan [Susan] 
(BU) New Hope-Purley UMC 

* Rt. 1, Box 1A 
Blanch. NC 27212 

694-4020 

Moore, Jack W. [Jack] (Nina) 
(RM) Retired Minister 

* 3245 Rio Dr., #811 P Box 21 

Falls Church, VA 22041 Gloucester NC 28528 

703/578-0345 729-5931 

Moore, Robert F. [Bob] (Burnell) 
(RO) Retired Minister 

* 1400 Redden St. 
Fairmont. NC 28340 

628-7897 

Moore, Samuel S. [Sam] (Glenmore) 
(NB) Retired Minister 

* 206 Battleground Ave. 
New Bern, NC 28560 

637-6631 

Moore, Stanley C. [Stan] (Sharon) 
(DU) Asbury Temple UMC 

922 Plum St. * 201 S. Alston Ave. 

Durham, NC 27701 Durh ? m & N £,„ 27701 

596-5282 688-4578 

Moorman, Julian Pierce [Julian] (Douglas) 
(RA) Retired Minister 

* 3308 Fairhill Dr. 
Raleigh, NC 27612 

782-7237 

Morgan, Deborah [Deborah] 
(DU) Leave of Absence 

* 4018 Livingstone PI. 
Durham. NC 27707 

489-3242 

Morgan, Robert W. [Bob] (Seleta) 

(BU) Fairview UMC 

3146 Osceola Rd. * 3128 Osceola Rd 

Elon College, NC 27244 Elon College, NC 27244 

584-8213 584-5411 

Morris, Alvin J. [Al] (Faye) 

(EC) Windsor UMC „,„ IM „ „ 

* 407 S Queen St. Box 238, 408 S. Queen St. 
Windsor, NC 27983 Windsor NC 27983 

794-2112 794-3785 



Morris, Clarence P. [C. P.] (Myra) 
(BU) Retired Minister 
* 629-C W. Front St. 
Burlington, NC 27215 
229-4562 



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Morris, Homer E. [Homer] (Debra) 
(WI) Whiteville UMC 

410 Edgewood Cir. 

Whiteville. NC 28472 
642-3775 

Morris, Kevin Michael [Kevin] (Mabel) 
(RA) Bethlehem-Shady Grove UMC 
* Rt. 3, Box 89 

Warrenton, NC 27589 
257-4^17 



902 Pinckney St. 
Whiteville, NC 28472 
642-3376 



Morrison, Charles K. 
(DU) Epworth UMC 

3509 Mossdale Ave. 

Durham, NC 27707 
493-3019 

Morrison, J. Edward [Ed] (No 
(DU) Long Memorial UMC 

508 Clayton Ave. 

Roxboro, NC 27573 
599-2284 

Morrow, Jr., Floyd R. [Floyd] 
(DU) Marrow's Chapel UMC 

* 236 E. Andrews Ave. 
Henderson, NC 27536 

492-7982 

Morton III, E. L. [Bud] (Debi 
(NB) Haw Branch UMC 

* 551 Island Creek Rd. 
New Bern, NC 28562 

224-3401 



[Charles] (Carolyn) 



3002 Hope Valley Rd. 
Durham, NC 27707 
489-6557 





* Box 310, 

Roxboro, 
599- 


226 
NC 
1193 


N. Mail 
27573 


(B, 


arbara) 










Co. 


Rd. 
492- 


1342 
7982 





Moseley, Charles 
(GO) Saulston UMC 
* Rt. 2, Box 343B 

Goldsboro, NC 27534 
778-5231 



[Charles] (Peggy) 



Rt. 2, Box 117 
Goldsboro, NC 27534 
778-9881 



Moser, R. E. Lee [Lee] (Kurlee) 
(BU) Retired Minister 

* 1741 Bel lemont-Alamanc Rd 
Burlington, NC 27215 

228-0756 

Moser, Rachel Tucker [Rachel] (Rick) 

(RO) Inter. & Prog. Dev. .Robeson Co.Ch.S Com.Ct 

* 3174 Hwy 501 S. 210 E. 15th St, 
Laurinburg, NC 28352 Lumberton. NC 

276-6858 738-5204 

Moser, Rick A. [Rick] (Rachel) 
(RO) Caledonia UMC 

* 3174 Hwy 501 S. 
Laurinburg, NC 28352 

276-6858 276-4741 

Mott, Joyce R. [Joyce] (Dennis) 
(NB) Bridgeton UMC 

* P Box 898 
Bridgeton, NC 28519 

638-8830 638-8830 



Mullen, Roderic L. [Rod] 
(DU) Rougemont UMC 

Rt. 3, Box 2 

Rougemont, NC 27572 
471-1759 

Murphy James [James] (Debra) 
(FA) Clinton Circuit UMC 
* Rt. 4, Box 1 188 
Clinton, NC 28328 
592-7159 



Rt. 3, Box 2 
Rougemont, NC 27572 
471-1759 



592-0569 



Murphy, Jr., Miles [Miles] 
(RO) Special Appointment - 
* 16 Ft. Worth St. 

Hampton, VA 23669 

804/851-6334 



(Ruth) 
Chaplain, VA Medical Center 

Bldg.69,VA Medical Ctr. 
Hampton, VA 23667 
804/722-9961 



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Murray, Eric Octavius [Eric] (Jo) 
(DU) Retired Minister 

* 2000 Washington Street 
Durham. NC 27704 

477-2695 

Musser, Benjamin Franklin [Ben] (Hattie) 
(WI) Retired Minister 

* P. 0. Box 2722 

Surf City, NC 28445 
328-1607 

Myers, Charles D. [Charles] (Joyce) 
(DU) Leave of Absence 

* 100 E. Front St. 
Oxford, NC 27565 

693-5313 

Nagel, Donald C [Don] 

(RA) Special Appointment - Di r. , Med. Serv. .Alcohol ic Rehab. Ctr.,E 

* 101 Alpine Way P Box 1441 
Asheville NC 28805 Black Mountain, NC 28/1 
704/298-7624 704/669-3424 

Naider, Konstanty [Konstanty] 
(SA) Retired Minister 
30 Willett Street 



Albany, NY 12210 
518/465-9886 



718/383-0337 



Nanney, R. Keith [Keith] (Sandra) 
(FA) Culbreth Memorial UMC 

730 Blackwell St. * 1813 Sloan St. 

Fayetteville, NC 28301 Fayettevi I le, NC 2830 

483-4431 483-8918 

Neese, W. Junius [Junius] (Anna Belle) 
(SA) Retired Minister 

* 3305 Courtney Ln. 
Sanford, NC 27330 

776-7764 

Nelms, Benjamin Earl [Ben] (Janet) 
(GR) Belhaven: Trinity UMC 

333 E. Main St. * 333 E. Main St. 

Belhaven, NC 27810 Belhaven, NC 27810 

943-2684 943-2684 

Newman, Wi 1 1 iam Winter [Bill] (Colleen) 
(RA) Ebenezer UMC 

* 5012 Rock Quarry Road 6020 Rock Quarry Rd. 
Raleigh, NC 27610 Raleigh, NC 27610 

779-0515 779-0515 

Nicholson, Sue Ellen [Sue Ellen] 
(DU) Diaconal Minister 

Trinity UMC * 215 N Church St 

Church+Liberty Streets 

Durham, NC 27701 Durham, NC 27701 

443-2885 683-1368 

Nicks, Robert L. [Robert] (Lou) 
(NB) Retired Minister 

* 110 Gordon St. 
Beaufort, NC 28516 

728-2307 

Noble II, James Crispin [Cris] (Gayle) 

(RA) Warren UMC 

Rt. 2, Box 430 * Rt. 2, Box 430 

Henderson, NC 27536 Henderson, NC 27536 

492-0771 

Norton, Mary Jane P. [Mary Jane] (David) 
(BU) Diaconal Minister 

* 5112 Michigan Ave. POBox 840, Gen. Brd. Disc 
Nashville, TN 37209 Nashville, TN 37202 
615/297-0372 615/340-7170 

O'Briant, Clarence Edgar [Clarence] (Ruth) 
(EC) Manns Harbor ' UMC 

* P O Box 95 

Manns Harbor, NC 27953 
473-3881 

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O'Connor, Tacoma F. [Tacoma] (Frar 
(DU) Diaconal Minister 
* 1432 Kirkw6od Dr. 
Durham. NC 27705 
477-0990 

O'Keef, Robert D. [Bob] (Phyllis) 
(NB) Richlands UMC 

P Box 308 

Richlands, NC 28574 
324-3665 



Study 



107 N. Driver St. 

Durham, NC 27703 

596-7210 



P. O. Box 308 
Richlands, NC 28574 
324-5464 



Odom, Joyce Darnell [Joyce] 
(GO) Micro-Fellowship UMC 

* Rt. 1, Box 114 
Kenly, NC 27542 

284-4530 

Offutt, Alma W. [Alma] 

(GR) Retired Diaconal Minister 

* Box 1143,908 Rountree 
Kinston, NC 28501 

Old, Marshall R. [Marshall] (Carol) 
(BU) First UMC 

109 Albright Ave. * 

Graham, NC 27253 
227-8222 



303 N. Main St. 
Graham, NC 27253 
226-4343 



Oldaker, Paul Everlyn [Paul] 
(NB) Verona UMC 
* Rt. 2, Box 297 

Holly Ridge, NC 28445 
347-6396 



Oldham, Kirk B. [Kirk] 
(RM) Whitakers UMC 
* P O Box 276 

Whitakers, NC 27891 
437-1451 



NC Wesleyan Col lege 
Wesleyan Blvd. 
Rocky Mount, NC 27804 
977-7171 



Olive, John G. [John] (Lul 
(NB) Shady Grove UMC 
* Rt. 3, Box 327 
Kinston, NC 28501 
523-4035 



Oliver, Sr., James R. [James] (Judy) 
(GO) Providence UMC 

* Route 6, Box 200 
Goldsboro, NC 27530 

735-4607 

Ormond, J. Kern [Kern] (Helen) 
(EC) Retired Minister 

* 1106 W. Church St. 
Elizabeth City, NC 27909 

338-2309 

Ormond, Wilbur C. [Wilbur] (Joyce) 
(GR) Bell Arthur Circuit UMC 

* P. O. Box 520 

Bell Arthur, NC 27811 
746-4642 

Ormond, Jr., John Kern [John] (Evelyr 
(WI) Westview UMC 

* 513 N. Channel Drive 



Wrigtsv. Bch., NC 
256-9572 



28480 



Parkside CI inic 
1960 S. 17th St. 
Wilmington, NC 28403 
763-7497 



Osborn, Robert T. [Bob] 
(DU) Special Appointment 
* 50 Green Mill Lane 
Durham, NC 27707 
489-2756 



(Dorothy) 

- Prof. Dept. of Religion, Duke University 

Duke University 

Durham, NC 27706 



68^-5339 



Osteen, Jr., Edward Powell [Powell] (Mary Lynne) 
(DU) Resurrection UMC 

1314 Valley Run 

Durham, NC 27707 
489-3831 



3626 Shannon Rd. 103A 
Durham, NC 27707 
489-6552 



Home Study 

Oulton, Jo-Ann M. [Jo-Ann] 
(FA) Angier UMC 

* Box 657, 700 N. Dunn St. 
Angier, NC 27501 

63$- 2973 639-2176 

Owen, Travis W. [Travis] (Margaret) 

(SA) First UMC 

522 W.Glendale St. * Box 212.121 S.Chat'm 

Siler City. NC 27344 Siler City. NC 27344 

742-3707 742-2722 

Owen III, John Malloy [Malloy] (Pat) 

(GO) Goldsboro District UMC 
617 Banks Ave. * P Box 1516 

Goldsboro, NC 27534 Goldsboro, NC 27533 

734-5324 734-5324 

Owens, Charles B. [C.B.] (Beverly L.) 
(GR) Salem UMC 

* P. 0. Box 218 
Simpson, NC 27879 

752-7405 752-1273 

Owens, Charles E. [Charles] (Peggy) 
(DU) Calvary UMC 

* 906 Leon St. 304 E. Trinity Ave. 
Durham, NC 27704 Durham, NC 27701 

477-5173 688-7138 

Owens, Harley McCoy [Harley] (Inez) 
(GO) Retired Local Pastor 



* Rt. 7, Box 266 

Goldsboro, NC 27530 
736-0480 



Oxendine, Jr., Milford [Mi I ford] (Jeannie) 
(RO) Special Appointment - Chaplain U.S. Navy 

* 178 Rockey Court IstTankBN, IstMarDi v, FMF 
San Clemente, CA 92672 Camp Pendleton, CA 9205' 
714/498-5754 619/725-2612 

Pace, James Herrington [Jim] (Carol) 

(BU) Special Appointment - Prof., Elon College 

* 108 Timber-lake Dr. Box 2266, Elon College 
Elon College, NC 27244 Elon College, NC 27244 

584-5520 584-2349 

Page, Jr., Jack Ward [Jack] (Karen O.) 
(FA) Coats UMC 

* P. O. Box 388 
Coats. NC 27521 

897-6793 897-7545 

Park, Eric Stephen [Eric] 
(FA) Parker's Grove UMC 

* Rt. 1, Box 446 Rt. 1 

Linden. NC 28356 Linden, NC 28356 

980-0635 

Parker, Joseph C. [Joseph] (Eunice) 
(NB) Associate - Pamlico Coop. Parish UMC 

* 390 Beaman Rd. 

New Bern, NC 28562 

637-9513 637-9513 

Parker, Richard Henry [Rick] (Linda) 
(NB) Carrol Is Chapel UMC 

* P Box 98 

Sneads Ferry, NC 28460 

327-4011 327-4321 

Parker, Susan Martin [Susan] 
(SA) Diaconal Minister 

* P O Drawer 1268 
Sanford, NC 27330 



Parnell, Evander [Evander] (Li I lie) 
(RO) Disabi lity Leave 
* P. O. Box 1546 

Lumber-ton, NC .28358 
739-9385 



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Home Study 

Parrish, Carrie W. [Carrie] (Alonzo) 

(FA) Roseboro UMC 

P Box 8 * P Box 8 

Roseboro. NC 28382 Roseboro, NC 28382 

525-4592 525-4470 

Parvin, J. B. [J. B.] (Velma (Boots)) 
(GR) Retired Minister 
* 108 Hillcrest Dr. 

Washington, NC 27889 

946-1743 975-6105 

Paschal, John S. [John] (Linda) 
(RM) First UMC 

1304 Western Ave. * 100 S. Church St. 

Rocky Mount NC 27804 Rocky Mount NC 27804 



446 



4517 977-0406 



Pasquarello, Michael [Mike] 

(WI) Oleander-Devon Park UMC 
5711 Wisteria La. * 5711 Wisteria Lane 

Wilmington, NC 28403 Wilmington, NC 28403 

799-3214 799-0621 

Pate, Robert Bruce [Bruce] (Jean) 
(SA) Jonesboro UMC 

* P Box 2576 
Sanford, NC 27330 

775-2616 775-7023 

Patrick, Larry Glynn [Larry] (Betty) 
(FA) Hoke UMC 

* 308 S. Bethel Rd. 
Raeford, NC 28376 

875-4318 875-4318 

Patten, Brooks [Brooks] (Ginny) 
(RM) Retired Minister 

* P O Box 601 

Lake Junaluska, NC 28745 
704/456-3064 

Patton, George Ronald [Ron] (Judith W.) 
(DU) City Road UMC 

* 160 W. Young Ave. 
Henderson, NC 27536 

492-6325 492-1823 

Paxton, Roger Davidson [Roger] 
(GR) Rainbow UMC 

* Rt. 4, Box 48 

Snow Hill, NC 28580 

747-2668 747-2668 

Payne, Argel H. [Argel] (Leta) 
(NB) Saint James UMC 

* 1012 Orange St. 
Newport, NC 28570 

223-4742 223-4231 

Pearce, Harvey Worth [Worth] (Betty) 

(SA) Asbury-Bethlehem UMC 

Rt. 4, Box 793 * Rt. 4, Box 793 

Sanford, NC 27330 Sanford, NC 27330 

776-0692 776-0692 

Pearsall, John S. [John] (Mary) 
(WI) Retired Minister 

* 405 Long Leaf Acres Dr. 
Wilmington, NC 28405 

799-9864 

Peele, Jr., Luther M. [Billy] (Emma) 
(WI) Zion UMC 

* Route 2, Box 436 
Lei and. NC 28451 

253-5349 

Pernell, Sr., Leon Jackson [Leon] (Florence) 
(FA) Leave of Absence 

* Rt. 3, Box 279P P Box 367 
Henderson, NC 27536 Henderson NC 27536 

492-0^46 492-5746 



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■4806 




[Paul] 
- Assoc 


(Dee) 
. Dir., 

* P 
R; 


Conf COM 
Box 10955 
aleigh, NC 
832-9560 


27605 



Home Study 

Perry, Brian Darren [Brian] 
(WI) Wesley UMC 

* P Box 116 
Riegelwood, NC 28456 

655-3348 655-3348 

Peterson, Francis Gerald [Gerald] (Lou Anne) 

(GR) Special Appointment - CI in. Supervisor, Fami ly Crisis Couns.Prog 
206 Gloria St. * P Box 12605 

Greenville, NC 27858 Raleigh, NC 27605 

756-2069 355-5361 

Petteway, Warren B. [Warren] (Harriett) 
(RA) Retired Minister 

* 2709 Wycliff Rd. 
Raleigh, NC 27607 

782-2951 

Phillips, Bruce D. [Bruce] 

(BU) Eno-Palmer's Grove UMC 

Rt. 4, Box 1236 * Rt. 4, Box 1236 

Hillsborough, NC 27278 Hillsbgh, NC 27278 

732-4694 732-6871 

Phillips, James Donald [Don] (Bettie) 
(DU) Mount Sylvan UMC 

313 Andover Rd. * 5731 Roxboro Rd. 

Durham, NC 27712 Durham, NC 27712 

477-4362 471-0032 

Phillips, Lee A. [Lee] 
(RO) Saint Paul UMC 

* Rt. 4, Box 34A 
Rockingham, NC 28379 

997-60^9 

Phi Hips III, Grady Paul 
(RA) Special Appointment 

2809 Orchard Rd. 

Raleigh, NC 27607 
781-9354 

Pickett, Harold T. [Harold] (Caroline) 
(EC) South Mills UMC 

* P O Box 100 
South Mills. NC 27976 

771-2401 771-2401 

Pierce, Charlene H. [Charlene] 
(NB) Trenton UMC 

* P O Box 520 
Trenton, NC 28585 

448-7891 448-1133 

Pinner, Wi I liam Rickman [Rick] (Marie) 
(RM) Winstead UMC 

1005 Ensworth Road * 1407 S. Tarboro St. 

Wilson, NC 27893 Wilson, NC 27893 

243-6767 237-3709 

Pittman, Charles R. [Charles] (Shelby) 
(FA) Person Street UMC 

* 3300 Morganton Rd. 511 Person St. 
Fayetteville, NC 28303 Fayettevi I le, NC 

867-7767 483-4714 

Plowman, Charles H. [Chuck] (Sally) 
(GR) Jamesville UMC 

* P Box 99 
Jamesville. NC 27846 

792-3830 

Plowman, Sally S. [Sally] (Chuck) 

(GR) Stokes UMC 

PO Box 182 * P O Box 182 

Stokes. NC 27884 Stokes, NC 27884 

752-2425 752-2425 

Plyler, Lorenzo Pierce [Joe] 
(RA) Retired Minister 

* 10816 Westbridgford Dr. 
Raleigh, NC 27606 

362-6650 



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Poe, John R. [John] (Sal 
(DU) Retired Minister 
* 1533 E Hwy 54 
Durham. NC 27713 
544-2500 

Pollock, Charles L. [Char 
(RA) North Raleigh UMC 

305 Woodcock Ct. 

Raleigh, NC 27615 
847-4520 



Study 



8501 Honeycutt Rd. 
Raleigh, NC 27615 
847-1536 



Pollock, Henry F. [Henry] 
(RA) Retired Minister 
* 2616 Erwin Rd. 
Durham, NC 27705 
383-5779 



(Marguen te) 



Ponder, Reginald W. [Reggie] (Carrie) 
(RA) Special Appointment - SEJ Administrative Council 
7 Glendale Rd. * Box 67 

Lake Junaluska, NC 28745 Lake Junaluska, NC 28745 
704/452-0106 704/452-2881 



Pope, T. Arnold [Arnold] 
(FA) Retired Minister 
* Rt 1, Box 123 

Stedman, NC 28391 
323-9757 



(Barbara) 



Porter, Ernest R. [Ernie] (Sara) 

(NB) Special Appointment - Dir.,Fin.& Field Serv.Of f . ,Nat .Di v.GBGM 

* POBx1268,45 S.LakeshoreDr Rm 320, 475 Riverside Dr. 
Lake Junaluska, NC 28745 New York, NY 10115 
704/456-4982 212/870-3837 

Ports, Jr., George W. [George] (Jamie) 
(BU) Retired Minister 

* 210 S. Third Street 
Mebane. NC 27302 

563-5833 

Potter, Jr., Benjamin F. [Ben] (Nancy) 

(DU) Special Appointment - Chief Psychol . .Gaston Mem. Hosp. 

* 3316 Deerwood Dr. Gaston Memorial Hospital 
Gastonia, NC 28054 Gastonia, NC 28053 
704/866-4341 704/866-2296 

Poulk, Robert M. [Bob] (Dorothy) 
(FA) Retired Minister 

* 109 DeVane St. 
Fayetteville, NC 28305 

484-3316 



Powell, Cynthia D. [Cynthia] 
(BU) Diaconal Minister 
* 857 S. Main St.. Apt. F 
Graham, NC 27253 



303 N. Main St. 
Graham, NC 27253 
226-4343 



Powers, Sr., Daniel P 
(GR) Lane's Chapel - I 

306 Queen Anne's Rd. 

Greenville, NC 27834 
756-6823 



Presnal, Gregg Allen [Gregg] 
(RM) Gold Valley UMC 
* 103 Colony Sq. 

Rocky Mount, NC 27804 
985-3826 



[Dan] (Bunny) 
thany UMC 



306 Queen Anne's Rd 
Greenville, NC 27834 
355-6500 



(Stephanie) 



Presnell, William M. [Bill] 

(EC) Kitty Hawk UMC 

Box 900,803 W.KittyHawkRd 
Kitty Hawk, NC 27949 
261-2707 



P Box 900 
Kitty Hawk, NC 
261-2062 



Preston, Hunter Hadley [Hunter] 
(DU) Ca-Vel UMC 
* 1709 Sunset Dr. 
Roxboro, NC 27573 
599-2232 



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Home Study 

Price, Barbara H. [Barbara] (Ron) 
(RA) Layden Memorial UMC 

* 102 Cassidy Court Life Enrichment Ctr. 

5852 Faringdon PI. 
Cary, NC 27511 Raleigh, NC 27609 

467-7005 954-1200 

Prince, Jr., Gilbert H. [Gib] (Pamela) 
(FA) Cokesbury UMC 

* Rt. 1, Box 334 
Fuquay-Varina, NC 27526 

552-1059 552-1059 

Prine, John Paul [John] (Donna) 

(RO) Collins Chapel UMC 

P Box 1195 * P O Box 1195 

Pembroke, NC 28372 Pembroke, NC 28372 

739-2009 

Pritchard, Ralph W. [Ralph] (Virginia) 
(RA) Retired Minister 

* 5870 Knight Road 
Clover, SC 29710 
803/831-2105 

Privette, Tommy G. [Tommy] (Alma) 
(FA) Hope Mills UMC 

* 3737 Legion Rd. 

Hope Mills, NC 28348 

425-50^9 425-0108 

Privette, Wi 1 1 iam Edward [Ed] (Eleanor) 

(GR) Queen Street UMC 

1206 Uoodberry Rd. * Box 508, 500 N. Queen 

Kinston, NC 28501 Kinston, NC 28501 

523-2441 527-2119 

Pruett, Vickie S. [Vickie] 

(SA) Special Appointment - Appointed to Attend School 

* 104 Allendale Dr. UNC Hosp Past Care 
Pittsboro, NC 27312 Chapel Hill, NC 27514 

929-1660 966-4021 

Pulliam, Mike [Mike] (Robbin) 
(FA) Mamers UMC 

* P O Drawer 545 
Mamers, NC 27552 

893-5264 

Pullman, Robert S. [Robert] (Peggy) 
(GO) Saint Luke UMC 

1605 E. Pine St. * 1608 E. Pine St. 

Goldsboro, NC 27530 Goldsboro, NC 27530 

734-5619 734-7714 

Purcell, Joan M. [Joan] (George) 
(RA) Associate - Edenton Street UMC 

1210 Eastham Dr. * 228 W. Edenton St. 

Apex, NC 27502 Raleigh, NC 27603 

362-7425 832-7535 

Purcell, Jr., Eugene G. [Gene] (Betty) 
(GO) Retired Minister 

* 1301 Nash St. 
Wilson. NC 27893 

243-4916 

Queen, Vergil E. [Vergil] (Frances) 
(DU) Retired Minister 

* 3124 Coachman's Way 
Durham, NC 27705 

493-9137 

Radford. Jack R. [Jack] (Judy) 
(RA) Wake Forest UMC 

* 903 S. Main St. 

Wake Forest, NC 27587 

556-3653 556-2239 

Randolph Francis Roderick [Rod] (Esther) 
(RA) Retired Minister 

* 9540 Roberts Dr. 1155 PeachtreeST NE ST100 
Dunwoody, GA 30350 Atlanta, GA 30309 
404/992-8541 800-247-9087 

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Rattz, Robert E. [Bob] (Mary) 
(WI) Sharon ( Holden Beach ) UMC 
* Route 3, Box 189 A 
Supply, NC 28462 
842-3449 



Ray, Robert H. [Robert] (Betty) 
(GO) Magnolia UMC 

P Box 307 

Magnolia, NC 28453 
289-2736 



Reavis, Jr., James L. [Jimmy] (Eddie Jean) 
(RM) Sandy Cross UMC 
* Route 3, Box 237 
Nashville, NC 27856 
443-3526 



P Box 307 
Magnolia, NC 28453 



Redmond, Robert C. [Bob] 
(RM) Nashville UMC 

303 S. First St. 

Nashville. NC 27856 
459-7328 



(Linda) 



P Box 86 

Nashville, NC 27856 
459-7178 



Reed, James C. [Jim] (Kathy) 
(DU) Grace UMC 

* 313 Church Street 
Roxboro, NC 27573 

599-5183 

Reed, John E. [John] (Betty) 
(DU) Retired Minister 

* 205 Meadow PI. 
Clarksville, AR 72830 
501-754-8031 



Reed, Sr. , Richard G. 
(DU) Community UMC 

507 West E. St. 

Butner, NC 27509 
575-4303 



[Dick] (Judy P.) 



507 West E St. 
Butner, NC 27509 
575-4303 



Reinoso, Luis Felipe [Luis] (Catty) 
(RM) Weldon UMC 

312 Woodlawn Ave. * 

Weldon, NC 27890 
536-3782 



P Box 228 
Weldon, NC 27890 
536-3494 



Renn, Sr., Wi 1 1 iam deVries 
(GR) Mattamuskeet UMC 
* Rt. 1, Box 73A 

Engelhard, NC 27824 
925-4931 



.] (Jacquie) 



Richards, G. Scott [Scott] (Sherne) 
(SA) Merritts-Ebenezer UMC 

* Route 3, Box 190A 
Apex, NC 27502 

362-7138 

Richardson, Allen [Allen] (Alice) 
(WI) Retired Minister 

* 4261 Summit Trail 
Myrtle Beach, SC 29577 
803/236-2408 

Richardson, J. Earl [Earl] (Alice) 
(RA) Retired Minister 

* 515 S.E.Maynard Rd. 
Cary, NC 27511 

467-6393 

Richey, Russell Earle [Russell] (Merle) 

(DU) Special Appointment - Assoc. Dean for Acad. Programs, The Div.Sch 

* 21 Oak Dr. Duke Divinity School 
Durham, NC 27707 Durham, NC 27706 

493-0724 684-6247 



Rickards, James Perry [Jim] 
(RA) Retired Minister 
* 27419 Cleveland Ave. 

Punta Gorda, FL 33982 

813/575-0183 



(Suzanne) 



747 



Ricks, Jr., R. Dennis [Dennis] (Lydia) 
(FA) First UMC 

208 Sampson St. * 208 Sampson St. 

Clinton, NC 28328 Clinton, NC 28328 

592-2710 592-2035 

Robbins, Cecil W. [Cecil] (Eloise) 
(DU) Retired Minister 

* MRH, 2616 Erwin Road 
Durham, NC 27705 

383-5236 

Roberts, Frederick E. [Fred] (Betsy - "Beaver") 

(BU) Haw River UMC 

PO Box 460 * PO Box 460 

Haw River, NC 27258 Haw River, NC 27258 

578-1U9 578-0611 

Roberts, Jeffrey L. [Jeff] (Reesa) 
(DU) Salem UMC 

* Rt. 2, Box 201C 

Hurdle Mills, NC 27541 

599-5012 599-6333 

Roberts. John M. [John] 
(GO) Princeton UMC 

* P. 0. Box 116 
Princeton. NC 27569 

936-3871 936-3871 

Robinson, Charles Kivet [Chuck] (Mary) 
(DU) Retired Minister 

* 2710 Melrose 

St. Joseph, MO 64506 

816/364-2847 

Robinson, Larry [Larry] (Charlotte) 
(SA) Sanford Circuit UMC 

* P Box 1512 
Lillington, NC 27546 

893-8144 

Rouse, Ben C. [Ben] (Jeanne) 
(FA) Camp Ground UMC 

5505 Nix Rd. * Camp Ground Dr. 

Fayetteville, NC 28314 Fayettevi I le, NC 28314 

864-2760 867-9436 

Rouse, Jere A. [Jere] (Marie) 

(GR) Wood ington- Webb UMC 

Rt. 4, Box 211 * Rt. 4, Box 211 

La Grange, NC 28551 La Grange, NC 28551 

566-3401 

Royal I, L. Graham [Graham] (Virginia) 
(GR) Vanceboro UMC 

* P O Box 569 
Vanceboro, NC 28586 

244-0695 244-1088 

Rudd, Robert J. [Bob] (Shelby) 
(NB) Queen's Creek UMC 

* P Box 398 
Hubert. NC 28539 

353-1930 353-0441 

Rudd, William Russell [Bill] (Dorothy) 

(GO) Seven Springs-Bethel UMC 

P Box 64 * P Box 64 

Seven Springs, NC 28578 Seven Springs, NC 28578 

569-2871 569-2871 

Rudin II John J. [John] (Genevieve) 
(DU) Retired Minister 

* 1640 Marion Avenue 
Durham. NC 27705 

493-2243 683-1386 

Russell, John Martin [John] (Elisabeth B.) 
(DU) Leave of Absence 

* Sch.of Theology 
Univ. of the Soudi 
Sewanee, TN 37375 



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Russell, Timothy J. [Tim] (Pam) 
(WI) Saint Paul UMC 

P Box 622 

Tabor City. NC 28463 
653-3801 

Ruth, John U. [Jack] (Bobbie) 
(OU) Duke's Chapel UMC 

* 805 Old Oxford Rd. 
Durham, NC 27704 

471-3148 

Ruth, William A. [Bill] (Robyn) 
(EC) Outer Banks Parish UMC 

* 163 Bayberry Tr. 
Kitty Hawk, NC 27949 

261-3813 

Sabiston III, William D. [Bill] 
(RA) First UMC 

101 Oak Circle 

Garner, NC 27529 
772-3082 

Safley, Michael W. [Mike] 
(FA) Special Appointment - 

* 5202 Ramsey St. 
Fayetteville, NC 28311 

822-9006 



Box 622, 410 E. 

Tabor City, NC 

653-3336 



5th St. 
28463 



P Box 274 
Garner, NC 27529 
772-2042 



For Student Af f ai rs.Methodi st College 
P Box 12165 
Fayetteville, NC 28311 
488-7110 



Salter, Jr., J. Neal [Neal] (Carol) 
(WI) Harrells UMC 

* P O Box 96 
Hallsboro. NC 28442 

646-3340 

Saunders Margaret R. [Margaret] 
(EC) Perkins UMC 

* 1436 Weeksville Road 
Elizabeth City, NC 27909 

330-4484 



P Box 21 
Shawboro, NC 27973 



Scanlan, Carla Jory [Carla] (Tom) 

(FA) Special Appointment - Past .Couns. , S.Denver Couns.Serv. .Denver 
* 1848 E.Girard PI., #1423 S. Denver Counseling Svc 

2465 S. Downing, St 207 
Englewood, CO 80110 Denver, CO 80210 

303/698-9378 



Schroll, Roger E. 
(WI) Bladen UMC 
* P Box 96 
White Oak, NC 
866-5632 



[Roger] (Kathy) 



Schutt, C. Dubois [Dubois] 
(GO) Daniels Memorial UMC 
* 2803 E. Ash St. 

Goldsboro, NC 27534 
778-0967 



2802 E. Ash St. 
Goldsboro, NC 27534 
778-2350 



Scott, Julian W. [Scotty] 

(SA) Aberdeen: Page Memorial UMC 

608 Wilder Ave. * 

Aberdeen, NC 28315 
944-1595 

Scott, Jr., Paul B. [Paul] (Glenda) 
(BU) Davis Street UMC 

* 528 Tarleton Avenue 
Burlington, NC 27215 

226-6663 

Scroggs, Robin J. [Robin] (Marilee) 
(RA) Special Appointment - Professor, 

* 606 W. 122nd St. 

New York, NY 10027 
212/866-9573 

Seate, Billy F. [Billy] (Wanda) 
(GR) Saint James UMC 

* 114 Lord Ashley Dr. 
Greenville, NC 27834 

756-2958 



P Box 695 
Aberdeen, NC 28315 
944-1093 



606 E. Davis St. 
Burlington, NC 27215 
227-3784 

Union Theological Seminary 
Union Theolog. Seminary 
New York, NC 10027 
212/280-1388 



2000 E. 6th St. 
Greenville, NC 27834 
752-6154 



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Home 

Seawell, Sr., Wil Mam Albright 
(BU) Retired Minister 
* 6965 Snow Camp Rd. 
Snow Camp, NC 27349 
376-6852 



Study 
.] (Claudia M.) 



Sexton, Kenneth B. [Kenneth] (Rosamond) 
(RA) Piney Grove UMC 

* 5608 Woodard Lane Rt. 3, Bx. 608 
Raleigh, NC 27606 Louisburg, NC 27549 

851-9411 

Shannonhouse, Richard Delano [Dick] (Sandra) 

(RM) Special Appointment - Dir, Pastoral Care.Meth.Hosp. , Jacksonvi 

* 3943 St. Isabel Dr.,E. 580 W. 8th St. 
Jacksonville, FL 32211 Jacksonville, FL 32209 
904/744-6719 904/798-8684 

Sharp, Richard C. [Richard] (Esta) 
(GO) Brogden- Falling Creek UMC 

* Route 1, Box 402 
Dudley, NC 28333 

736-0621 



734-5244 



Sharpe IV, William Gray 
(RA) Special Appointment 

107 Bogue Ct. 

Cary, NC 27511 
467-0704 



ill] (Barbara (Barb)) 

Dir, Wesley Fdn.S Camp.Min.,NC State Uni\ 
* 2503 Clark Ave. 

Raleigh, NC 27607 
833-1861 



Sharpe, Jr., Benjamin S. [Benjamin] 
. (BU) Phillips Chapel UMC 

* 2557 Brucewood Rd. 
Graham, NC 27253 

578-2143 

Shaw, Jr., Caswell E. [Caswell] (Pi 
(RM) Rocky Mount District UMC 

* 3621 Sheffield Dr. 
Rocky Mount NC 27803 



(Lisa C.) 

Rt. 2, Box 648 
Graham, NC 27253 
578-2143 



443-5546 

Sheets III, R.Branson [Branson] 
(RM) Bailey UMC 
P O Box 218 



Bailey. NC 27807 
235-4309 



443-5540 

(Stephanie) 

* P O Box 215 

Bailey, NC 27807 
235-4576 



Sheppard, Dennis R. [Dennis] (Barbara) 
(FA) Hopewell UMC 

Rt. 1, Box 295AA 

Clinton, NC 28328 
567-6116 



Rt. 2, Box 196A4 
Newton Grove, NC 28366 
594-0556 



Sherman, Jr., William 
(NB) Centenary UMC 

1602 Tryon Rd. 

New Bern, NC 28560 
638-4395 

Shields, Robert S. [Bob] (Betty) 
(RA) Westover UMC 

1212 Deboy St. 

Raleigh, NC 27606 
851-4545 

Shipman, Marilyn K. [Marilyn] 
(DU) Massey UMC 

814 Bent Creek Road 

Bahama, NC 27503 
477-1293 

Shiver, James H. [James] (Mary) 
(RO) Retired Minister 

* 1413 Glenn St. 
Wilmington, NC 28401 

763-7101 

Shoaf, E. Clifford [Cliff] (Jane) 
(EC) Retired Minister 

* 216 E Water St ■ 
Edenton, NC 27932 

482-8502 



ill] (Esther) 



P O Box 1388 

New Bern, NC 

637-4181 



300 Powell Dr. 
Raleigh, NC 27606 
851-4431 



814 Bent Creek Rd 

Bahama, NC 27503 

575-7326 



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^ k ie e ri^ a M n [nfst^ rant] (D ° ris V "«'™> 
* 3423 Revere Rd., SW 

Atlanta, GA 30331 

404/344-0542 

fhgrt, James M. [Jim] (Mary) 
(NB) Belgrade-Tabernacle UMC 

14 Belgrade-Tabernacle Rd 

Maysville. NC 28555 
743-3641 

nSnVL* Albe ^ ^bert] (Jirrmie) 
(DU) Durham District UMC 
* 1002 W. Knox St. 
Durham. NC 27701 

68 *-" 39 682-6439 

(DuT^iir-A C -- Ah ' son "I] (Nan) 
D li0 S W P e e dg a da?^:e n : ment " Ed ' t0r N ° RT " ^GUNA CHR.ST, AN ADVOCATE 



ill] (f 



P Box 508 

Greensboro NC 27402 
272-1196 



228 W. Edenton St 



Raleigh, NC 
832-7535 



589-9461 



(Carolyn) 
Appointed in Central I 



217/895-2809 



704/389-8336 



110 Wedgedale Ave. 
Greensboro, NC 27403 
855-1362 

Sj m Pson, Jr., William C. [ 
( R A) Edenton Street UMC 

1543 Iredell Dr. 

Raleigh, NC 27608 
832-0684 

^3 ley Kenneth [Kenneth] 
(RM) Seaboard UMC 

* Box 277, Church & Main 
Seaboard. NC 27876 

589-9461 

Skinner, Robert Ogle [Bob] 
(RO) Special Appointment - 

* POBox D, 164 W. 7th St 
Neoga IL 62447 
217/895-2259 

??2» h i A -- C , la y CClay] (Ruth) 

* P O slx'27 ApP ° 1ntment • Exec.Dir.Hinton Rural L 

?04 y / e 3 S 8 V 9- l 33 e l3 NC ^ 

Kft|{8ft£ CAd0lph] (Maria) 

* Rt. 1, Box 20 
Milton NC 27305 

23 '- 8 " 1 234-8641 

S^Star'uV- CB ° bby] (EV6lyn) 

* P O Box 375 
Star NC 27356 

428-4521 

rsi? h fiJi a * ir R - [Carol V^ (Michael 
(SA) Mount Pleasant UMC 

Rt. 1, Box 671 * 

Pittsboro, NC 27312 
933-9784 

%H h '. Charles C. [Charles] (Jill) 
(NB) Pme Valley UMC ' 

1014 Pine Valley Rd. * 

Jacksonville, NC 28540 
353-5474 

(RArHig C h ha a r nJ S UM M C Chael W " Pl - 1 (Barbara > 
Raflig S h y : V N a c n,a &07 * 1901. Ridge Rd. 

787^810 6 ° 7 7§7^25i 2?6 ° 7 

m^ h A- Ge u-? e C - t Geor 9e] (Mary) 
(WI) Disability Leave 
* Rt. 1, Box 103-C 

Clarendon. NC 28432 

919/653-3336 



27603 



inois Conf 



fe Ctr,Hayesvill 



428-4543 
Piatt) 



Rt 1 
Pittsboro. 



NC 27312 



910 Pine Valley Rd 
Jacksonvil NC 28540 



151 



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Smith, George Jerome [Jerome] (Leona) 

(RO) Lumber-ton Circuit UMC 

Rt. 1, Box 369 * Rt. 1, Box 369 

Lumberton. NC 28358 Lumberton, NC 28358 

738-5914 

Smith, Granville Earl [Earl] (Joette) 

(WI) Clarkton Circuit UMC 

P Box 704 * P. 0. Box 704 

Clarkton, NC 28433 Clarkton, NC 28433 

647-2591 

Smith, Haywood A. [Haywood] (MeLeah) 
(FA) Saint Andrews UMC 

* 123 Lofon Dr. 121 Lofton Dr. 
Fayetteville, NC 28301 Fayetteville, NC 28301 

488-2247 488-4648 

Smith, Ira Hildreth [Ira] (Patsy) 
(RO) Roberdel UMC 

* Rt. 2, Box 190 
Rockingham. NC 28379 

895-5698 

Smith, J. Thomas [Tommy] (Judy) 

(RA) Hayes Barton UMC 
3212 Beaufort St. * P Box 6096 

Raleigh, NC 27609 Raleigh, NC 27628 

787-0648 832-6435 

Smith, Jerry Thomas [Jerry] (Carolyn) 
(RA) Asbury UMC 

* 201 Windfield Ct. 6612 Creedmoor Rd. 
Raleigh, NC 27615 Raleigh, NC 27613 

870-7792 847-2818 

Smith, John T. [John] (Cora) 
(RM) Retired Minister 

* Rt. 2, Box 154 
Halifax, NC 27839 

536-4637 

Smith, Judi Johnson [Judi] (Joe) 
(BU) Mount Hermon UMC 

4150 Mt.Hermon-Rk.Cr.Rd. * 4178 Mt .Hermon-Rk .Cr .Rd. 

Graham, NC 27253 Graham, NC 27253 

376-3504 376-3119 

Smith, Neil E. [Neil] (Alice) 

(FA) Special Appointment - CI in. Chaplain, McCain Corr. Hosp. , McCain, N 

* Rt. 20, Box 836 
Fayetteville, NC 28306 

425-1551 875-4188 

Smith, Robert K. [Bob] (Bobbie) 

(BU) Associate - Front Street UMC 
326 Oakland Dr. * P O Box 2597 

Burlington, NC 27215 Burlington, NC 27216 

584-9439 227-6263 

Smith, W. Thomas [Thomas] (Melanie) 
(NB) Midway-Bethlehem UMC 

* P Box 48 
Stella. NC 28582 

393-2698 

Smith, Jr., CO. (Bruce) [Bruce] (Sherry) 
(EC) North Gates UMC 

* P O Box 38 
Gates, NC 27937 

357-1620 357-1620 

Smith, Jr., Wi I liam Stanley [Stan] (Ann) 

(SA) Trinity UMC 

234 N. Russell St. * P Box 502 

Troy. NC 27371 Troy, NC 27371 

572-2300 $76-1651 

Snider, Ronald J. [Ron] (Katie) 
(DU) Lea's Chapel -Warren's Grove UMC 

* Rt. 4, Box 123 
Roxboro, NC 27573 

599-6722 

152 



Snotherly, Jr., William I 
(RA) Knightdale UMC 

423 Third Ave. 

Knightdale, NC 27545 
266-2110 



Snyder, Nevin D. [Nevin] (Rose Marie 
(GO) Kenansville Parish UMC 

P Box 67 * 

Kenansville, NC 28349 
296-0416 

Snypes, James Grayson [Jim] (Marie) 
(GO) Asbury UMC 

* 402 North Leslie Street 
Goldsboro, NC 27530 

735-4939 

Soule, Jr., Guy V. [Guy] (Francy) 
(WI) Hallsboro UMC 

* P Box 28 
Hallsboro, NC 28442 

646-3338 

Southern, H. Gray [Gray] (Susan) 
(RM) West Nash UMC 

1105 Knoll wood Dr. * 

Wilson. NC 27893 
237-3462 

Sparks, Charles E. [Charles] (Linda) 
(FA) Retired Minister 

* 3904 Thomasville Rd 
Winston-Salem, NC 27107 
919/788-9116 

Sparrow, Leon Ray [Ray] (Dorothy) 
(RO) Retired Minister 

* 115 Water St. 
Bath, NC 27808 

923-1141 

Spaulding, David V. [David] (Carmen) 
(RM) Milwaukee UMC 

* P O Box 64 
Milwaukee, NC 27854 

585-1010 



Study 
] (Glenda) 



Box 83, First Ave. 
Knightdale, NC 27545 
266- 2373 



P Box 67 

Kenansville, NC 28349 
296-1234 



2106 W. Nash Rd. 
Wilson, NC 27893 
237-4258 



Speake, George D. [George] (Myra) 
(WI) Camp UMC 

4646 Mintz St. 

Shallotte. NC 28459 
754-6355 

Speight, James Braxton [J.B.] 
(RM) Retired Minister 
* Rt. 1, Box 246 
Sunbury, NC 27979 
NO PHONE 



Spence, Clinton W. [Clin 
(DU) Mount Tirzah UMC 
* Rt. I, Box 873-Z 

Timber-lake, NC 27583 
364-1387 



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Spencer, Wi 11 iam C 
(BU) Emmanuel UMC 

243 Harden St. 

Burlington. NC 27215 
226-7533 



11] (Peggy) 



P Box 376 
Shallotte, NC 28459 
754-4840 



Rt. 1, Box 873-Z 
Timber-lake, NC 27583 



2331 LaVista Dr. 
Burlington, NC 27215 
227-1268 



Sponenberg, James Eugene [Jim] (Tilli 
(SA) Retired Minister 

* 2512 Carbonton Rd. 
Sanford, NC 27330 

776-2484 

Stafford, Sidney E. [Sidney] (Grace) 
(RA) Ebenezer - Wesley Chapel UMC 

* 410 W. Noble St. 
Louisburg, NC 27549 

496-4779 



Louisburg Col lege 
Louisburg, NC 27549 
496-2521 



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Stallsworth Paul T. [Paul] (Marsha) 
(EC) Creswell UMC 

* Rt. 1, Box 272A 
Creswell, NC 27928 

797-1*155 

Stalnaker, James K. [Jim] (Jan) 
(NB) Williston-Stacy UMC 

* P Drawer B 
Williston, NC 28589 

729-3661 729-6831 

Stanfield, Cmdr E. Douglas [Doug] (Vera) 

(DU) Special Appointment - Chaplain, U. S. Navy 

Qtrs 251, MCRD * MCRD, Religious Min.Ctr. 

Parris Island, SC 29905 Parris Island, SC 29905 
803/525-3687 803/525-3533 

Stanley, Bruce E. [Bruce] (Melissa) 
(RA) Associate - Edenton Street UMC 

2 124 Cowper Drive * 

Raleigh, NC 27608 
782-9508 



228 W Edenton St 
Raleigh, NC 27603 
832-7535 



Stanley, Jr., Richard A. [Richard] (Shannon) 
(RO) Cordova UMC 
* P O Box 279 

Cordova, NC 28330 
895-4836 



Stark II, Rufus H. [Rufus] 
(RA) Special Appointment - 

3600 Carolyn Dr. 

Raleigh, NC 27604 
876-2521 

Starnes, James A. [James] 
(RO) Bethesda UMC 
* Rt. 1, Box 113 
Orrum, NC 28369 
6^8-7897 



(Betty Lou) 
Exec. Dir, Methodist Home for Children.Im 
* P Box 12605 

Raleigh, NC 27605 
833-2834 



(Myrtle A.) 



Rt. 1, Box 113 
Orrum, NC 28369 
628-7858 



1, Box 287 
.ey, NC 27807 
235-2223 



Staton, Jr., Jesse C. [Jesse] (Emma) 
(RM) Mt. Pleasant-Middlesex UMC 

Rt. 1, Box 287 * 

Bailey. NC 27807 
235-4863 

Staton, Sr., Jesse C. [J.C.] (Marie) 
(NB) Retired Minister 

* Route 1, Box 585-A 
Newport, NC 28570 

247-2981 

Steinmetz, David Curtis [David] (Virginia) 

(DU) Special Appointment - Prof. Duke Divinity School 

4303 Thetford Rd * Duke Divinity School 

Durham, NC 27707 Durham, NC 27706 

489-5620 684-2975 

Stephenson, Marion 0. [M. O.] (Hazel) 
(GR) Retired Minister 

* 101 S. Dimock Dr. 
Washington. NC 27889 

975-6650 

Stiles, Kevin L. [Kevin] (Jessica) 
(RM) Calvary UMC 

* Rt. 4, Box 28 
Littleton, NC 27850 

586-3762 586-3762 

Stocks, Lois Jane [Lois] 
(GR) Diaconal Minister 

* Route 3, Box 88 
Greenville, NC 27834 

752-6820 752-1273 

Stokes, III. John L. [John] (MaLou) 

(WI) Special Appointment - Assist. Dean. Arts & Sciences, UNC-V 

* 124 Windemere Rd. 601 S. College Rd. 
Wilmington. NC .28405 Wilmington, NC 28403 

799-2695 395-3245 



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Stokes, Jr., James C. [Jim] (Diane) 
(RO) Retired Minister 

* 301 Le Grand St. 
Rockingham, NC 28379 

997-6739 

Stone, Amos H. [Amos] (Lorraine) 
(RO) Retired Minister 

* P. 0. Box 972 

Lake Junaluska, NC 28745 
704/452-2130 



Stone, Richard L. [Richard] (Diane) 
(RA) Wendell UMC 

Drawer D, 308 Fowlkes St. * 

Wendell, NC 27591 
365-9281 



P. 0. Drawer D 
Wendell, NC 27591 
365-6266 



Stone, W. Denver [Denver] 
(DU) Special Appointment - M 
* #02-07 Methodist Centre 

10 Mt. Sophia 

R.of Singapore, 922 
337-8889 



Storrs, Jr., Robert Burton [Bob] 
(BU) Retired Minister 
* ADDRESS UNKNOWN 
Chicago, IL 60647 



(Jean) 

Missionary to Singapore 



Stott, E. Russell [Russell 
(BU) Retired Minister 
* Box 109 Polks Landing 
Chapel Hill, NC 27516 
942-0281 



] (Caroline) 



Strange, Carol Dell [Carol] (Rayburn Marc) 
Assoc. Dir, Conf. COM 

* 2014 Southwood Dr., #4 
Durham, NC 27707 

490-8675 83 

Strock, Stephen F. Swartz [Steve] (Dale S.) 
(BU) Prospect UMC 

* P Box 277 
Yanceyville, NC 27379 

694-5566 



Strong, Donald Blaine [Don] (Vera M.) 
(NB) Oak Grove UMC 
* 414 Houston Rd. 

Jacksonville, NC 28540 
346-9318 

Strother, Jonathan E. [Jon] (Diana) 
(GO) Rose Hill UMC 

301 E. Ridge St. * 

Rose Hill. NC 28458 
289-3332 



PO Box 159 
Hubert, NC 28539 
326-3454 



Box 177 

Rose Hill, NC 28458 
289-2449 



Summey, James L. [Jim] (Doris) 
(RA) Saint Andrews UMC 
* 201 Winterlochen Rd. 
Raleigh, NC 27603 
772-3825 



Vanessa & Maxwel I Dr. 
Raleigh, NC 27603 
772-4410 



Supplee, Thomas [Tom] (Jo Ann) 
(RA) Holland's UMC 
* 4701 Hollands Church Rd. 
Raleigh, NC 27603 
772-5294 



9500 Ten-Ten Rd 
Raleigh, NC 27603 
772-5294 



Sutton, James E. [Jimmy] 
(RA) Saint James UMC 
4109 Jane La. 
sigh, NC 
876-7781 



3808 New Hope Rd. 
Raleigh, NC 27604 
876-5796 



Swartz, Alan P. [Alan] 
(GO) New Hope UMC 

102 Lewis Dr. 

Goldsboro, NC 27534 
778-3801 



200 New Hope Rd. 
Goldsboro, NC 27534 
778-1124 



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Sweeley, Thomas Lynn [Tommy] 
(EC) Hatteras UMC 

* P Box 310 
Hatteras, NC 27943 

986-2254 

Swink, Lionel C. [Lionel] 
(RO) Retired Minister 

Sea Level. NC 28577 
895-3623 

Sykes, R. Michael [Mike] (P; 
(BU) Walnut Grove UMC 

1815 Hawkins Rd. 

Hurdle Mills, NC 27541 
732-2054 

Tatum, Jimmie Ray [Jimmie] I 
(SA) Smyrna UMC 

* Rt. 2, Box 643 
Robbins, NC 27325 

464-3542 



Study 



1815 Hawkins Rd. 

Hurdle Mil, NC 

732-2054 



Taylor Bruce D 
(RM) First UMC 

407 Roanoke Ave. 

Roanoke Rapids, NC 
537-4462 



ruce] (Je 

27870 

Bill] (R 



Taylor, William V. 
(BU) Bellemont UMC 

4101 Markwood Dr 

Burlington, NC 27215 
227-4890 



P O Box 277 
Roanoke Rp, NC 
537-2173 



27870 



4039 Markwood Dr 
Burlington, NC 27215 
227-4632 



Taylor II, Berry Lynn [Berry] (Bernatha) 
(DU) Salem UMC 
* 302 Forest Rd. 
Oxford. NC 27565 
693-7179 



Teachey, Wilbur C. [Wilbur] (Syl 
(GR) Farmville UMC 

204 Hillcrest Dr. 

Farmville, NC 27828 
753-4774 



i a) 



Box 153. 903 W. Church 
Farmville, NC 27828 
753-4803 



Tenney, Sr., Hayward Lester [Lester] 
(GR) Retired Minister 
* Doctors Dr., Apt. 807E 
Kinston, NC 28501 
527-1079 



Thomas, Wayne E. [Wayne] (Nancy) 
(WI) Brunswick Circuit UMC 

P Box 35 

Bolivia, NC 28422 



P O Box 35 
Bolivia, NC 

919/253-621" 



Thomason, Marshall K. [Keith] 
(RM) Associate - First UMC 

3217 Amherst Rd. 

Rocky Mount, NC 27804 
443-6926 

Thompson, Geiselle [Geiselle] 
(RA) Associate - Millbrook UMC 
* P Box 6542 

Raleigh, NC 27628 
755-0707 

Thompson, Leo Clifford [Leo] 



(Lorie P.) 

* 100 S. Church St. 
Rocky Mount, NC 27 
977-0400 

(Roger L.) 

1712 Millbrook Rd. 
Raleigh, NC 27609 
876-0865 



(RA) Special Appointment 
3204 B-2 Quiet Mill Rd 



Raleigh, NC 
881-0666 



Past. Counselor Triangle Couns.S Psycho. S 
* 4000 Blue Ridge Rd 
Suite 100 
Raleigh, NC 27612 
781-1173 



Thompson, Neil H. [Neil] 
(RA) Retired Minister 
* 2109 Myrtle Ave. 
Raleigh, NC 27608 
828-7653 



(Catherine) 



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Study 

rSlFE?*..!^ ?' CRo9er] Roberta) 
(Wi) Retired Minister 
* P Box 602 

Trenton, NC 28585 
NO PHONE 

fG*Trr2' Jr ,"f Emerson M - CEm] (Catherine) 
J 6 ?) Greenville District umc 

101 Martinsborough Rd 

Greenville NC 27858 

756 " 3918 756-39 18 

[NB n fR e 4tf^d eS M tnfSer [JameS] 
* P Box 516 

Hartsel, CO 80449 

719/836-3118 

Jm? a i e ' W - Eu 3ene [Gene] (Diane) 

(WI) Burgaw UMC 

P Box 26 * 

Burgaw, NC 28425 » ox 26 

259-2761 Burga ?A NC 28 ^5 



456-223' 



b<3W NU 

259-2295 
Todd Troy Kevin [Troy] (Lori) 
(RA) Jerusalem UMC 

* P Box 355 

NOrl l5l'22 N 3 C 1 275 " 

cSftfefti- [joe] (Barba - E 

* 35K Winston Blvd. 
Wilmington, NC 28403 

392-0543 

Toney John F [John] (Amy) 
(GO) Pine Level -Sanders UMC 

Rt. 2, Box 131 

Smithfield NC 27577 

93W613 989-8283 



fsATS E J nd'uM W C U, ' amC - CWHliam] ««**, 

Box 2 
t End, ... 
673-1371 



P Box 276 

West End, NC 27376 ?, ° Bo * 276 

673-4623 West End, NC 27376 



Traynham David D. [D. D ] (Nanrvi 
(RO) Retired Minister Y) 

* Rt. 2, Box 196 



Rockingham. NC 28379 
895-37^6 



?Gfi h R^Sr C !lT leS , M - Charles] (Susan J.) 
(GR) Retired Loca Pastor 
* Rt 3 Box 275A 
Roxboro, NC 27573 
599-1797 

rnm l u r ' J 'n Al £ ert [Al ^ (Gay) 
(DU) Mount Bethel UMC 

SSTlrJ, 5fe* ,CW «— ' 

371 Hillcrest Dr. * i-,, r . . „ 

* P Box 121 
Efland NC 27243 

73 *" 8451 732-7957 

! u : na 9 e ' R °y >-• [Roy] (Corabob) 
(GR) Retired Local Pastor 

* P. 0. Box 116 
Ayden NC 28513 

746-3686 



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Tysinger, Richard M. [Rick] (Stephanie H.) 
(SA) Moncure-Buckhorn UMC 

* Rt. 1, Box 1425 
Moncure, NC 27559 

542-2295 

Tyson, Aaron G. [Aaron] (Lucille) 
(FA) Retired Minister 

* Route 5, Box 440 

La Grange, NC 28551 
778-1475 

Tyson, Carson S. [Carson] (Peggy) 

(BU) Hebron UMC , „ . 

* 2275 Mebane Oaks Rd. 2325 Mebane Oaks Rd. 
Mebane, NC 27302 Mebane NC 27302 

563-6408 563-3375 

Tyson, John H. [John] (Elizabeth) 

(NB) Special Appointment - Appointed to Attend School 

* New College, The Mound 
Edinburgh 
ScotlandEHl2LX, GB 

638-1144 

Tyson, M. Eugene [Gene] (Joan) 

(NB) Faith UMC 

217 Shoreline Dr. * 4171 US Hwy 17 S 

New Bern, NC 28562 New Bern, NC 28562 

636-3080 633-6826 

Tyson, Marvin Dewey [Dewey] (Ruth) 
(BU) Retired Minister 

* 1714 Knollwood Dr. 
Greenville, NC 27834 
919/355-2925 

Tyson, Tommy [Tommy] (Frances) 

(BU) Special Appointment - Approved Evangelist 

* 1716 Mt. Carmel Ch.Rd. 
Chapel Hill, NC 27514 

933-5557 933-5557 

Tyson, Vernon C. [Vernon] (Martha) 

(SA) Saint Luke UMC 

521 N. Currie Dr. * P Box 1268 

Sanford, NC 27330 Sanford, NC 27330 

775-3288 776-2012 

Tyson, Sr., Bobby P. [Bobby] (Jetta) 

(BU) Special Appointment - Approved Evangelist 

* 6814 NC 86 

Chapel Hill. NC 27514 
929-0109 

Umstead, Jr., Charles Irvin [Charles] (Etta) 
(NB) Retired Minister 

* Route 3, Box 246 
Beaufort, NC 28516 

728-5328 

Ussery, Earl [Earl] 

(RO) Green Lake-Beaver Dam UMC 

* P Box 979 
Ellerbe, NC 28338 

652-5505 

Varnum, Tracie [Tracie] (Clementine) 
(WI) Retired Local Pastor 

* Rt. 2, Box 182 
Supply, NC 28462 

842-9440 

Vaughan. Richard C. [Richard] (Debbie) 
(BU) Amity UMC 

503 Tinkerbell Rd. * 825 Estes Dr. 

Chapel Hill, NC 27514 Chapel Hill, NC 2/ 

^942-7188 967-7546 

Vaughn II, Stephen W. [Stephen] (Jane) 

(GR) Diaconal Minister 

205 Adama Blvd * 2000 E 6th St 

Greenville, NC 27858 Greenville, NC 271 

758-5752 752-6154 



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Vick, Jr., Thomas Marvin [Marvin] (Catharine) 
(RA) Retired Minister 

* 213 Dunhagan Place 
Cary, NC 27511 

467-2126 

VonCanon, Mary Leigh [Mary] (Paul (deceased)) 
(SA) Jones Chapel UMC 

^LnH ep U r' Ve ^7^ * 7815 Dcc P River R d- 

77a'7«ob 2733 ° Sanford, NC 27330 

776-3898 776-3898 

Wade, David C. [David] (Cynthia) 
(SA) Candor UMC 

* £' 5" B °iL 456 ,„,„ Main st & Whiskey Rd 
Cand ^l &,, 27229 Can dor, NC 27229 



974-4454 



97^-4504 

Waggoner, James Milan [Jim] (Margaret) 

i R 75il P D C, u l A PP° ,ntment " Chief, Chap. Advoc.Serv.,NC Div.of Youth S 
jtlt Bsrker PI, 
Raleigh, NC 27604 

850-9102 733-3011 

Walker, Wanda Gail [Gail] 

(RO) Diaconal Minister 

* 344 Raleigh St. 
Hamlet, NC 28345 

582-0707 895-4653 

Wall, C. Arthur [Arthur] (Carol) 
(GR) Grifton UMC 

* P Box 416 
Grifton, NC 28530 

524-5382 524-5422 

Wall, Lynn T. [Lynn] 

(NB) Beech Grove-Rhems UMC 

* 1035 Washington Post Rd. 
New Bern, NC 28560 

638-2248 

Wall, Randy Lee [Randy] (Shelly) 

(RM) Gaston UMC 
907 Monroe Ct. * P Box 267 

Roanoke Rapids, NC 27870 Gaston, NC 27832 
535-5534 537-0749 

Wall, Shelly A. W. [Shelly] (Randy L.) 
(RM) Associate - Rosemary UMC 

* Rt. 1, Box 114 Wesley Foundation 

7n) a h 7 "$, , , 28692 "oone^ ' NC ' n9 28607 

704-297-2414 704-264-9606 

Wallace, Robert L. [Bob] (Christine) 
(DU) Aldersgate UMC 

4008 Chaucer * 1714 Bivins Rd. 

Durham, NC 27705 Durham, NC 27712 



477-0509 



477-0068 

Walston, Robert Edward [Bob] (Kathryn) 
(GO) Retired Minister 

* 402 Dove Place 
Goldsboro, NC 27534 

734-0933 

Wanger Stephen P. [Steve] (Mary) 
(FA) Kipling UMC 

* P Box 88 
Kipling, NC 27543 

552-2124 552-2124 

Ward, Hope Morgan [Hope] (Michael) 
(RA) Soapstone UMC 

* 101 Saddletree Rd. 
Oxford. NC 27565 

693-9088 846-2212 

Ward, James B. [Jim] (Janet) 
(GR) Asbury UMC 

* Rt. 4, Box 145 
Washington, NC 27889 

946-0104 946-???4 



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Ward, Richard L. [Rick] (Shirley) 
(NB) Atlantic UMC 

* P Box 99 
Atlantic, NC 28511 

225-3831 225-7701 

Ward, Jr., Herman Nathan [Herman] (Ann) 
(BU) Hillsborough UMC 

* 130 W. Tryon St. 
Hillsborough, NC 27278 

732-3460 

Warren, Clarence Lee [Clarence] (Ruby) 
(FA) Retired Minister 

* 625 E. Raynor Dr. 
Fayetteville, NC 28311 

822-4508 

Warren, D. Ray [Ray] (Jill) 

(RA) Assoc. Dir., Conf. COM 

1924 Hillock Or * PO Box 10955 

Raleigh, NC 27612 Raleigh, NC 27605 

782-5649 832-9560 

Warren, H. Robert [Bob] (Shirley B.) 
(RA) Retired Minister 

* Rt. 2, Box 278 
Knightdale. NC 27545 

266-6931 

Warren, James H. [James] (Daisy) 
(GR) Retired Minister 

* 500 Plantation Ct.,N-4 
Nashville, TN 37221 
615/646-1162 

Warren, Jr.. James I. [Jim] (Marjorie) 

(RA) Special Appointment - Dir., Intentional Growth Center 
21 Crum Dr. * P Box 546 

Lake Junaluska, NC 28745 Lake Junaluska, NC 28745 
704/452-0782 704/452-2881 

Warren, Jr., M. Whitfield [Whit] (Barbara) 

(RA) White Plains UMC 
307 E. Maynard St. * P Box 158 

Cary, NC 27511 Cary, NC 27512 

467-1178 467-4991 

Warren, Jr., W. Arthur [Arthur] (Becky) 

(SA) Vass-Cameron UMC 

P Box 628 * P Box 628 

Vass. NC 28394 Vass, NC 28394 

245-7660 245-7665 

Washington, Scott C. [Scott] (Sandee L.) 

(SA) Associate - Saint Luke UMC 

2501 Castleton Dr. * P Box 1268 

Sanford, NC 27330 Sanford, NC 27330 

776-6272 776-2012 

Watford, T. Scott [Scott] (Tammy R.) 
(GO) Whitley-Elizabeth UMC 

* 809 Wilsons Mill Rd. 
Smithfield, NC 27577 

934-8834 

Watson, H. Langill [Langill] (Elizabeth) 
(RM) Retired Minister 

* 3620 Westridge Cir. 
Rocky Mount, NC 27804 

443-0057 
Way, Vance C. [Vance] (Marion) 
(EC) Tyrrell UMC 

* Box 168, 508 Main St. 
Columbia, NC 27925 

796-4441 

Weaver, Walter P. [Walter] (Peggy) 

(FA) Special Appointment - Professor, Florida Southern College 

* 623 Rockingham Rd. 111 Lake Hollinsworth Dr. 
Lakeland. FL . 33809 Lakeland, FL 33802 
813/859-5280 813/680-4185 

Weaver, Jr., James T. [James] (Deborah O.) 
(DU) Bethesda UMC 

* 2405 Rolling Pines Ave. 2309 S. Miami Blvd 
Durham, NC 27703 Durham, NC 27703 

599-2461 596-3948 



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Webb-Bowden, Julia [Jul 
(OU) Leave of Absence 
* 1715 Cole Mill Rd 
Durham, NC 27705 
383-1397 



la] (Lawrence) 



[Mike] 
UMC 



Weber, Michael D 
(RA) Plank Chape 
* Rt. 1, Box 208B 
Kittrell, NC 27544 
438-6080 



Weisser, William J. [Bill] (Am 
(RA) Diaconal Minister 

1214 Currituck Dr 

Raleigh, NC 27609 
787-7364 

Wells, Jr., William M. [Bill] (Dixie) 
(RO) Retired Minister 

610 Prince St * 

Laurinburg, NC 28352 
276-0035 



228 W. Edenton St. 
Raleigh, NC 27603 
832-7535 



PO Box 445 
Laurinburg, NC 
276-0035 



Wells, Jr., Woodrow Wi Ison [Woody] (Carole) 
(RM) Englewood UMC 

301 Forest Hill Ave. 

Rocky Mount, NC 27804 
443-6916 



P Box 7116 
Rocky Mount, NC 
443-2926 



Wenberg, Jr. , John W. 
(FA) Erwin UMC 
* 610 E. Denim Dr. 
Erwin, NC 28339 



[John] (Carol) 



897-5968 


897-8894 


Wentz, Jr., W. Allen [Allen: 
(SA) Mount Gilead UMC 
* P Box 702 

Mt. Gilead, NC 27306 
439-6445 


I (Shirley) 

PO Box 176 
Mt. Gilead, NC 
439-6475 


Wesley, Luther V. [Luther] 
(RO) Retired Minister 
* P. 0. Box 954 

Creedmoor, NC 27522 
528-1131 


(Irma L.) 



West, Pearl G. [Pearl] 
(NB) Retired Minister 

* 129 Penners Point Rd. 
Beaufort. NC 28516 

728-7353 

West, Jr., Thaddeus C. [T.C.] (Ellen) 
(GO) Beston-Walker Memorial UMC 

* Route 5 Box 452 

La Grange, NC 28551 
778-0428 



Wethington, Mark W. [Mark] (Bobbi) 
(DU) Glendale Heights UMC 

4410 David St. * 

Durham, NC 27704 
477-5270 

Wheeler, Kermit R. [Kermit] (Hazel) 
(RO) Retired Minister 
* 305 E. Fourth Ave. 

Mount Dora. FL 32757 

904-383-1733 



908 Leon St. 
Durham, NC 27704 
477-7447 



Whitaker, Karen H. [Karen] (Alan) 
(RA) Avent Ferry UMC 

3201 Joanne Drive 

Raleigh, NC 27603 
839-0222 



2700 Avent Ferry Rd. 
Raleigh, NC 27606 
833-9394 



White, Christian [Christian] (Ada M.) 
(BU) Retired Minister 
* 136 Tarleton Ave. 

Burlington. NC 27215 
227-45^0 



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White, John H. [John] 
(GO) Retired Minister 

* P. 0. Box 17286 
Raleigh, NC 27619 

872-2120 

Whitley, Edgar Earl [Ed] 
(EC) Retired Minister 

* 301 Green St., Apt. 2- J 
Portsmouth, VA 23704 
804-399-6512 

Wiggins, Carson 0. [Carson] (Moeine) 
(NB) First UMC 

* 201 Chadwick St. P O Box 324 
Havelock, NC 28532 Havelock NC 28532 

447-3763 447-3541 

Wilburn, William Joseph [Joe] (Jerree Lynn) 
(GO) Westwood-Ebenezer UMC 

1618 W. Grantham St. * 1618 W. Grantham St. 

Goldsboro, NC 27530 Goldsboro, NC 27530 

735-7872 736-1741 

Wilkerson, Richard Phillip [Rick] (Kathy) 

(RA) Genesis UMC 

115 Rockspray Ct. * P Box 4376 

Cary, NC 27513 Cary, NC 27519 

Y 481-2983 467-2128 

Wilkinson, Howard M. [Hank] (Virginia) 
(RM) Retired Minister 

* Rt. 1. Box 292 
Garysburg, NC 27831 

536-3528 

Williams, A. Morris [Morris] (Katharine) 
(DU) Retired Minister 

* 2616 Erwin Rd. 
Durham, NC 27705 

383-7863 

Williams, James A. [Jimmy] (Nellie) 
(RA) Retired Minister 

* Route 1, Box 191 
Kittrell, NC 27544 

438-8053 

Williams, John E. [Johnny] (Jane) 
(RM) Conetoe UMC 

* PO Box 4775 

Rocky Mount. NC 27803 
459-4324 

Williams, Richard J. [Richard] (Carolyn) 

(GO) Diaconal Minister 

410 S. Fourth St. * 140 E Martin St 

Smithfield, NC 27577 Smithfield, NC 27577 

934-8915 934-2333 

Williams, Roger Charles [Roger] (Diane E.) 
(BU) Hightower UMC 

* Rt. 3, Box 317 
Mebane, NC 27302 

694-4258 694-4258 

Williams, William F. [Bill] (Edna) 
(RO) West Rockingham UMC 

* Route 3, Box 469 515 W Washington St Ext 
Rockingham, NC 28379 Rockingham, NC 28379 

895-3135 895-9986 

Williams, Jr., Samuel A. [Skip] (Betsy A.) 
(WI) Fifth Avenue UMC 

5615 Woodridge Rd. * 409 S. Fifth Ave. 

Wilmington, NC 28403 Wilmington NC 28401 

392-9731 763-2621 

Williford, Gladys R. [Gladys] 
(WI) Whiteville Circuic UMC 

* Rt. 5, Box 230 
Whiteville, NC 28472 

642-8867 642-8867 



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Willingham, Malcolm Craig [Mac] (Johnny Carol ) 

(RO) Special Appointment - Chaplain, Samaritan Colony, Inc. 

* P Box 2251 Rt. 2, Box 151A 

Rockingham. NC 28379 Rockingham, NC 28379 

895-6782 895-3243 

Wilson, Claude T. [Claude] (Dorothy) 
(GO) Wallace UMC 

207 S. Duplin St. * 301 S. College St. 

Wallace, NC 28466 Wallace, NC 28466 

285-3350 285-2857 



Wilson, James Lough [Jim] 
(WI) Wrightsboro UMC 

141 Long Ridge Dr. 

Wilmington, NC 28405 
799-4600 



3300 N. Kerr Ave. 
Wilmington, NC 28405 
762-2583 



Wilson, Robert L. [Bob] (Betty) 

(DU) Special Appointment - Prof. of Church & Society, Duke Div.Sch. 

* 237 Monticello Avenue Duke Divinity School 



Durham, NC 27707 
489-6955 



Durham, NC 27706 
684-2269 



Wilson III, A. J. [Jack] (Katharine) 

(RA) Special Appointment - Dir. Pastoral Serv.Greenleaf Health Syst. 

* 207 S. Palisades Dr. 2 Northgate Park 

Signal Mtn., TN 37377 Chattanooga, TN 37415 

615/886-4514 404/861-4357 

Wilson, III, Ben H. [Ben] (Annie) 
(RO) First UMC 

414 Entwistle St. 

Hamlet, NC 28345 
582-0306 



300 Charlotte St. 
Hamlet, NC 28345 
582-0078 



Wilson, III, Kelly J. [Kelly] (Sharon R.) 

(DU) Creedmoor UMC 

P O Box 368 * P Box 368 

Creedmoor. NC 27522 Creedmoor, NC 

528-0090 528-3987 

Wilson, Jr., Kelly J. [Kelly] (Jean L.) 
(DU) Retired Minister 

* 2406 W. Club Blvd. 
Durham, NC 27705 

286-4734 

Winberry, Herman S. [Herman] (Christine) 
(RO) Asbury UMC 

* 1217 E. 8th St. 
Lumberton, NC 28358 

739-6029 



Wingo, Brian W. [Brian] (Norma W.) 
(DU) Brookland-Brooksdale UMC 

Rt. 3, Box 14A * 

Roxboro, NC 27573 
599-7040 



Rt. 3, Box 14A 
Roxboro, NC 27573 
597-9755 



Wingo, Norma W. [Norma] (Brian W.) 
(DU) Leave of Absence 
* Rt. 3, Box 14A 
Roxboro, NC 27573 
599-7040 



,ter 



Winstead, Arthur 
(RM) Retired Min 
* P Box 842 

Littleton. NC 27850 
586-3748 



am [Art] (Margaret) 



Winston III, Joseph Aubrey [Jay] 
(RM) Rocky Mount Parish UMC 
* Rt. 1, Box 390 

Elm City. NC 27822 
446-1445 



Wise, Denny C. [Denny] (Judy) 
(WI) Grace UMC 

402 Wayne Dr. * 401 Grace St. 

Wilmington, NC 28403 Wilmington t NC 

762-6409 763-5197 



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Witt, Peggy 0. [Peg] (Bill) 
(FA) Wesley- Black's Chapel UMC 

* Rt. 1, Box 361 
Dunn, NC 28334 

$67-5470 567-5470 

Witt, Jr., William J [Bill] (Peg) 
(FA) South River UMC 

* Rt. 1, Box 361 
Dunn, NC 28334 

567-5470 567-2615 

Wittman, Raymond Karl [Ray] (Diana) 
(EC) Hertford UMC 

207 W. Market St. * 207 W. Market St. 

Hertford^ NC 27944 Hertford NC 27944 

426-5236 426-5467 

Wolfe, William L. [Bill] (Biddie) 
(BU) West Burlington UMC 

* 1331 Granville St. 
Burlington NC 27215 

227-3993 226-9477 

Womack, Leslie C. .[Leslie] (LaVerne B.) 
(GR) Retired Diaconal Minister 

* 205 Honolulu Rd. 
Vanceboro, NC 28586 

244-1782 

Womack, Samuel J. [Samuel] 
(FA) Retired Minister 

* 217 Vivian Dr. 
Fayetteville, NC 28311 

822-0593 

Womack, Jr., LaVerne B. [Verne] (Leslie Ann) 
(GR) Vanceboro Circuit UMC 

* 205 Honolulu Rd. 
Vanceboro, NC 28586 

244-1782 

Wood, Andrew B. [Andy] 
(FA) Sampson UMC 

* P O Box 216 
Salemburg, NC 28385 

525-5400 592-2066 

Wood, Samuel L. [Sam] (Lois) 
(GO) Zion UMC 

* 313 New Hope Road 
Goldsboro, NC 27530 

778-8^35 

Woodard, Jr., John R. [John] (Rita) 
(EC) Moyock UMC 

* P O Box 267 
Moyock NC 27958 

435-6211 435-6211 

Woodcock, Eldon G. [Woody] (Libby) 

(DU) Special Appointment - Professor, Nyack College, Nyack, NY 

* 413 Centre Ave. Nyack College 
Upper Nyack, NY 10960 Nyack NY 10960 
914/358-5998 914/358-1710 

Woodhouse, Andrea Reese [Andrea] (David) 
(NB) Associate - Centenary UMC 

* 3107 Side Saddle Lane P O Box 1388 

New Bern, NC 28562 New Bern, NC 28563 

633-2695 637-4181 

Woodhouse, David William [David] (Andrea) 
(NB) Riverdale UMC 

* 3107 Side Saddle Lane P Box 3155 

New Bern. NC 28562 New Bern, NC 28564 

633-2695 633-3714 

Woodworth, Douglas R. [Douglas] (Erma) 
(GR) Lebanon- Tabernacle UMC 

* 313 N. Pitt St. 
Ayden, NC 28513 

746-6534 

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aiuc 

?R A ! d ReS4d J M r !n?s S ^ r rBaHey[OSCar] < Tew > 

* 905 Langford Place 
Raleigh, NC 27609 

876-2058 

?R S; a N X ew C p a h?!a y d n eftS^C CCar0lyn] (Frank) 

* P Box 69 
Pembroke. NC 28372 

521 -* 545 521-2851 

Worley, William Earl [Bil 
(EC) Retired Minister 

* 107 Park Cir. 
Holly Hill FL 32017 
904/258-3571 



I] (Nancy) 



!^ h i f-'i. Leroy CLer °y ] Bennett) 
(RA ?„ Rale, 9 h: Southeast UMC 

1408 Swallow Dr. * 

Raleigh, NC 27606 
851-6315 

Wynn, Samuel [Sam] 
(FA) Grace UMC 

* 3821 Madison Ave. 
Fayetteville, NC 28304 

425-3557 

Yelverton, Pernecie C [P c 1 
(GO) Retired Minister 

* P Box 173 
Fremont, NC 27830 

242-4655 



Young, James Doyne [J. D 1 
(DU) Retired Minister 
* 1008 Westwood Ave. 
High Point. NC 27262 
841-4944 

Young, Stephen E. [Steve] 
i N ?> Special Appointment 

1909 Wilmington Ave. 

Richmond, VA 23227 

804/257-5935 



904/253-2278 



1408 Swallow Dr. 
Raleigh, NC 27606 
851-6315 



2005 Ireland Dr. 
Fayetteville, NC 28304 
424-0894 



(Jean) 

Appointed to Attend School 

Union Theolog. Seminary 
Richmond, VA 23227 



)£m t ** Joh ? W - CJohn] Bonnie) 
(DU) Stoval UMC 
* Rt. 5, Box 164 
Oxford NC 27565 
693-4839 

!?n< c r -' U f , U,an Jose P h Uoeyl 
(GO) Four Oaks UMC 

P Box 177 

Four Oaks, NC 27524 

963-2773 



Box 177, US 301 
Four Oaks, NC 
963-2095 



27524 



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Alford, Mrs. Bertha (James LA 109 Kenny St., Rockingham NC 28379 [895-3538] 
Anderson, Mrs. Barbara (H.E.III), P O Box 43633, Fayetteville NC 28309 

Barrs, Mrs. Patricia (William K.), Apt.8, Singingwood Ct, Walnut Creek CA 94595 

Batchelor, Mrs. Grace (Edward C), Rt. 1, Box 147, Whiteville NC 28472 

Beam, Mrs. Margaret (A C Regan), 2826 W. Grace St., Apt.4, Richmond VA 23221 

Beede.Mrs.Ruth D.(Harold R),Whitaker Glen,501 RWhitaker Mill Rd,Raleigh27608[833-0632] 

Benson, Mrs. Frances (Robert Bradshaw), 1616 W. Nash St., Wilson NC 27893 

Berry, Mrs. Edith (Ralph Fowlkes), 309 S. 19th St., Morehead City NC 28557 

Bingham, Mrs. Lois C (Buell E.), 17900 Cliffbourne Lane, Derwood MD 20855 [301/840-1044] 

Blount, Mrs. Evelyn (George W.), 2614 Cooleemee Dr., Raleigh NC 27608 [782-1474] 

Boone, Mrs. Laura (Ben FA 2616 Erwin Road, Apt. E-6, Durham NC 27705 

Brandenburg, Mrs. Lucille P. (F. Barden), Rt. 1, Box 141, Candor NC 27229 

Breedin, Mrs. Grace (Clarence R), P. O. Box 561, Uttleton NC 27850 1586-3583] 

Brigman, Mrs. Ella Mae (Carey HA Rt. 2, Box 593A Beaufort NC 28516 

Brodie, Mrs. Helen H. (R Stewart), 6905 Wooden Rail Lane, Summerfield NC 27358 [643-4080] 

Carruth, Mrs. Roberta (Paul), 3035 Wycliff Rd, Raleigh, NC 27607 [787-3464 

Casey, Mrs. Miriam M. (John F), 304 S. Eastern St, Greenville NC 27834 [758-5362] 

Caudill, Mrs. Estelle (Russell HA MRH, 2616 Erwin Rd., Durham NC 27705 

Chaplin, Mrs. Rosa J. (A L), 401 S. Andrews St., Goldsboro NC 27530 

Charlton, Mrs. Charlotte S. (D. WA MRH, 2616 Erwin Rd., Durham NC 27705 

Cheek, Mrs. Helen Falls (Andy B. Falls, Jr.), Rt. 3, Box 56E, Clinton NC 28328 [564-2166] 

Coble, Mrs. Virginia (Joseph FA 407 Walking Stick Trail, Clinton NC 28328 

Commander, Lee (Richard T.), 112 Boxford Road, Morrisville NC 27560 [460-8997] 

Cooper, Mrs. Margaret (John A), 1918 Sloan Avenue, Fayetteville NC 28301 

Cotton, Mrs. Alice V. (Worth BA P. O. Box 427, Mt. Gilead NC 27306 

Crawford, Mrs. Blanche (E. C), MRH, 2616 Erwin Road, Durham NC 27705 

Crawford, Mrs. Estelle C (Van T.), 409 E. East St., Delmar MD 21875 

Crawley, Mrs. Madeline P. (Hyder F), Rt. 1, Box 181, Roanoke Rapids NC 27870 [535-1678] 

Cucare, Mrs.Sarah(Nicholas T.),745 Austin Dr.,Lumberton NC 28358 [738-5431] 

Davenport, Mrs. Georgia (William SA Rt. 2, Box 58, Grimesland NC 27837 

Davis, Mrs.Elizabeth R.(George A),2254 Preacher Davis Rd., Haw River NC 27258 

Davis, Mrs.Dolores(Flake R.),Rt.4,Box 325,Rockingham,NC 28379 [895-6964] 

Dicks, Mrs. Dorothy S.(Russell L),c/o W.B.ConnelI,861 Faulkwood Ct, Sarasota FL 33582 

Drew, Mrs. Joan M. (Robert MA 200 George St.,Fairmont NC 28340 628-8965] 

*Dubrick, Mrs. Hazel, 1805 White Oak Road, Raleigh NC 27608 

Dunn, Mrs. Aileen (J. C),100 Wesley Pines Rd.Lumberton NC 28358 [738-9691] 

Early,Mrs.Crisstine S.(Joyce VAHeritage Nursing Home,Mallard St.. Rockingham 28379[997-2184] 

Edens, Mrs. Annie P. (Nelson P.), Rt. 3, Box 193-A Clinton NC 28328 [592-2432] 

Elkins, Mrs.Venia(OHie V), Chateau Royal,Apt.219,25 S.Germantown Rd.,Chattanooga TN 37411 

Etheridge, Mrs. Pauline (C R), Route 1, Box 470, Elm City NC 27822 

Eubanks, Mrs. Una West (George B.), P. O. Box 243, Trenton NC 28585 

Fisher, Mrs. Mabel (Jesse TA 9 Clegg St., Franklinton NC 27525 [494-2228] 
Fisher, Mrs.Ruth K.fEdgar BA620 Country Club Dr,Burlington 27215 [227-10141] 
Freeman, Mrs. Kathryn (William L), 1605 Greenleaf St.,Durham NC 27701 
Freeman, Mrs. Viola (William J.), 1117 Adelaide Dr., Wilmington NC 28403 

Gardner, Mrs. Lavinia H. (C O. Sr.), Rt. 1, Box 190-QHolly Hill SC 29059 
Garlington, Mrs. Virginia M. (J. E.), 101 Conifer Ct., Clinton NC 28328 [592-7561] 
Garris, Mrs. Helga Oman (Horace SA 1021 Belmont Ave., Fayetteville 28305 
Gehweiler, Mrs. Bonnie S. (Jameson Jones),421 Ridge Rd.Waynesville NC 28786 
Gradeless, Mrs. Alice (Robert MA 1500 Rosedale St., Kinston NC 28501 
Graham,Mrs.Clementine(Oscar MA717 Walnut St.,Laurinburg NC 28352 [276 
Gray, Mrs. Saralee (A D. Leon), 812 Shepherd St.,Morehead City NC 28557 
Griffis, Mrs. Nena D. (James WA 611 Sumner, Greenwood MS 38930 
Gurley, Mrs. Eloise (R. G.) PO Box 367, Selma NC 27576 [965- 3226] 



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Hailey, Mrs.NehYJames R.),700 S. Holden Rd., Greensboro NC 27407-2321 

Hale.Mrs.Dilys Rowlands(HoIland L),517 Morreene Rd.Durham 27705 [383-2116] 

Hamilton,Mrs.Susie(R C,Jr.),Rt. l.Box 551-DD, Wilmington 28405 [686-9519] 

Hanford, Mrs. Jean (Gordon T.) - Rt. 3, Box 139, Liberty NC 27298 

Harris, Mrs. Erah M. (Cecil B.), Atlantic NC 28511 

Hathaway, Ocie B. (Offie L), MRH, 2616 Erwin Rd.. Durham NC 27705 [383-8639] 

Herbert,Mrs.Ruth E.(J.Furman),Rm.613,Asbury Hall.Givens Est., Sweeten Cr.Rd.,Asheville 28803 

Hicks, Mrs. Margaret (C B.), Rt. 2, Box 55, Whiteville NC 28472 

Hill, Mrs. Doris (Richard C),513 N.Seventh St,Smithfield 27577 [934-4509] 

Hill,Mrs.Willar(Jonathan G),c/o J.AHill.Sr,4811 Gaynor Rd.Charlotte 28211 

Hillman, Mrs. Estelle W. (E. L), MRH, 2616 Erwin Rd,Durham NC 27705 

Hogue,Mrs.OHie M.(George E),403 W.39th St, Wilmington DE 198021302^764-3183 

Howard, Mrs. Bessie H.(W Elmer),MRH,2616 Erwin Rd, Durham NC 27705 

Jerome, Mrs. Jean (Robert LA 902 S. First St., Smithfield NC 27577 
Johnson, Mrs. Sally P. (G A), 903 Murray Avenue, Durham NC 27704 
Jones,Mrs.Christine(J.David), Rt. 1, Box 487A Newport NC 28570 [392-2019] 
Jones, Mrs. Stella Mae (Foster L), 759 Yorkshire Dr.,Fayetteville NC 28304 
Joyner, Mrs. Mary V. (Frank B.), 1232 Westover Terrace, Greensboro NC 27408 

Kinlaw, Mrs. Annie D.fGrover G),Capital Towers,Apt.307,4812 Six Forks Rd, Raleigh NC 27609 
{782-87661 

Layfield, Mrs. Frances(Pearce H.,Jr.),10 Country Club, #21, Hazelwood NC 28738 [704/456-6241] 

Lee,Mrs.Mildred M.(Allen G),518 S.Main St.,Red Springs NC 28377 [834-4163] 

•Lewis, Mrs. Lizette (M. A),926 N.Boylan Ave.,Raleigh NC 27605 [833-7128 

Lewis, Mrs. Pearl (Vance A), PO Box 143, Marshallberg NC 28553 [729-8231] 

Lewis, Mrs. Ruth G (Leon, Jr.), Rt. 3, Box 20, Pikeville NC 27863 [242-6342] 

Locklear, Mrs.Mary Alice(Jakie),Rt.3,Box 177,Maxton NC 28364 1844-9544] 

Long, Mrs. Elizabeth (John DA c/o Mrs. Jane Owens, 425 BonhillDr., NW, Roanoke VA 24012 

[703/667-7688] 
Lowry, Mrs. Myrtle L (Harvey), Rt. 3, Box 254,Rowland NC 28383 [521-4629] 
Lowry,Mrs.Phelia Ellis(Doctor F),Wes.Pi.Ret.Ho.,100 Wesley Pines Dr.,Lumberton 28358 

1738-9691] 
Loy, Mrs.Annie M.(Wimam L),205 S.McCallum St.Rowland NC 28383 [422-3601] 

Maides,Mrs.Virginia(John T.),938 Winchester Ave,SW,Roanoke VA 24055 [703/344-4055] 

Maness, Mrs. Callie P. (Charles W.Wooten),Star Rt.,Box 25ARobbins NC 27325 

Maness, Mrs. Edith H. (Paul W.), 617 Jefferson St,Roanoke Rapids NC 27870 

Maness, Mrs. Ruth N. (M. W. "Doc"), 420 Northview Dr., Fayetteville NC 28303 1485-5797] 

Marsh, Mrs. Audrey (George M., Jr.), Rt. 2, Box 476P, Zebulon NC 27597 [269-7384] 

Martin, Mrs. Elizabeth (Haywood L), Box 216, Engelhard NC 27824 

Martin, Mrs. Elizabeth (W. G), 423 Grove St, Clayton NC 27520 [553-73981 

McCallum, Mrs. Mary D. (Jefferson),Rt.l,Box 186,Maxton NC 28364 [844-3954] 

McCallum, Mrs. Wilhelmina (James H.), 1662 Baysden Ct, Fayetteville NC 28303 [822-1047] 

McLamb, Mrs. Katie (M. DA Rt. 4,Box 196,Rockingham NC 28379 [582-1485] 

McRae, Mrs. Alma B. (Robert BA 2003 Corinna St, Fayetteville NC 28301 

Meekins, Mrs. Blanche (Earl R), Box 549, Manteo NC 27954 [473-3123] 

Miller, Mrs. Elsie M. (J. Herbert), 309 W. Cornwallis Road.Durham NC 27707 

Minges,Mrs.Maria(Graham S.Eubank),1204 Longleaf Dr, Fayetteville NC 28305 [484-2226] 

Minor, Mrs. Mary T.(Harold DA108 Harpeth tltlfs Dr, Rt.8,Franklin TN 37064 

Mizelle,Mrs.Rachel G(Raymond)[Earl Edwards], c/o Robert E. Edwards, 300 High St, Mt. Holly 

Moore, Mrs. Marie R. (Virgil NA Rt. 4, Box 314, Mt. Olive NC 28365 
Mullikin, Mrs. Irene (Wade A), 404 Pnvette Street, Wilson NC 27893 

Newton, Mrs. Ethel M. (P. F), 124 Eastway Lane, Graham NC 27253 
Nichols, Mrs. Julia T. (George H. Tyson), 200 Lorraine St., Carrboro NC 27510 
Nickens, Mrs. Inez (G Graham), 1210 Park Ave. A Goldsboro NC 27530 [736-4196] 

Overton, Mrs. Rena (Ernest G.), 821 Jeb Stuart Dr., Charleston SC 29412 
Page, Mrs. Frances (Jack W.),Rt.3,508 E.Mill St.Rowland NC 28383 [422-8745] 



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Pearce,Mrs.Kate Elizabeth H.(Clyde P.),9838 Hillview Dr,Palo Cedro CA 96073 

-m.A ■ 

„_3421._. 

Poole, Mrs. Louise C (Ivey TA 908 Magruder Road, Smithfield VA 23430 



Phillips, Mrs. Margaret fPegl (H. Arthur, JrA POBox 1567, Swansboro NC 28584 [354-3198] 



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Phillips, Mrs. Mary E. (J. GA 542 Noelton Drive, Kncocville TN 37919 



Porter, Mrs. Mary Ann (Paul M.), 20 Grubb Street, Hertford NC 27944 
Price,Mrs.Grace(Charles E,Jr.),601 Hillcrest Ave., Gastonia NC 28054 [704/864-7695] 
Pursley, Mrs.Elva Norton (Forrest W.),P.O.Box 607,Hamlet NC 28345 [582-1050] 

Quigley, Mrs. Annliza James (Horace G.),509 Darden Ct.,Rocky Mount NC 27801 

Regan, Mrs. Beulah (J. Robert), 5310 Rodwell Rd., Fayetteville NC 28311 

Reynolds, Mrs. Bernice (Foster L), PO Box 95, Salter Path NC 28575 

Reynolds, Mrs. Doris (Alonzo Lee\ 144 13th Ave., NW, Hickory NC 28601 [704/322-8496] 

Rhiner, Mrs. Verna T. (Etheridge MA Route 1, Box 349A Coats NC 27521 

Riggs, Mrs. Huldah B. Wise (Wilford D. Wise), 221 SeaShore Dr., Swansboro 28584 [326-5806] 

Rogers, Mrs. Jessie J.(Harry LA8001 Penny Rd, Raleigh NC 27606 [851-1115] 

Romines, Mrs. (Clarence P. Mason), Rt. 6, "Box 129, Goldsboro NC 27530 

Rush, Mrs. Frances L (Ephraim A),Rt.3,Box 85,Hamlet NC 28345 [582-0652] 

Russell,Mrs.Alta Stone(Leon),Apt.609,925 New Garden Rd., Greensboro NC 27410 

Salmon, Mrs. Audrey H. (Frank D), P. O. Box 531, Shallotte NC 28459 

Shaw, Mrs. Martha Alice (William C), c/o Rev. S. M. Shaw, 152 Cox Circle, Greeneville TN 37743 

Shinkle. Mrs. Maxine B. (Richard DA 407 Avenue D. New Bern NC 28560 

Shore, Mrs. Mattie (Joe G), Rt. 2, Box 562 Graham NC 27253 

Smith, Mrs. Janet W.Edward FA1701 McMillan Ave.,Lumberton NC 28358 [739-1700] 

Smithson, Mrs. Kay M. (Rufus MA 816 Newell Street, High Point NC 27260 

Stanford, Mrs. Jo Ann (James CU017 N.Hili Rd.Fayetteville NC 28303 

Stevens, Mrs. Elma (Willis R), 20 Maple Circle, Smithfield NC 27577 

Stott, Mrs. Flora BellefJ. Doane),925 New Garden Rd.,Apt. 501, Greensboro 27410 [294-3575] 



Strawbridge,Mrs.Essie(I.J.),1152 S.Hawthorne Rd, Winston-Salem 27103 [723-5656] 
regg (George D. Pappendick), 308 Collinwood Dr,Burlington NC 27 
[942-2152- W; 584-4029-H] 



Thompson,Mrs.Frances( Arthur L),1080 N.Leak St.,Southern Pines NC 28387 [692-8267] 
Tilley.Mrs. Beatrice M.(Lester A),1615 Kenbrook Dr.Garner 275291"' 



)[772-5702] 
W52J276-065 
Tyson, Mrs. Eleanor (David M.) Tyson, Rt. 1, Box 105, Vanceboro NC 28586 [244-2849] 



Tcwnsend,Mjrs.Marguerite(Samuel L),PX).Box 1547,Laurinburg 28352 J276-0695] 



Vale, Mrs. Etolia (Charles E) - Box 482 Spartanburg SC 29304 

Vereen, MrsJoyce G.(LaFon C),503 W.32nd St.,Lumberton NC 28358 [739-8178] 

Walker, Margaret (FOdell),904 Walkingstick Tr.,Clinton,NC 28328 [592-2773] 
Wall,Rev. Lynn T.flvey JA1035 Washington Post Rd,New Bern NC 28560 [633-2248] 
Walton, Mrs. Mary Jane (W. Carl), 5008 Carteret Dr.Raleigh 27612 [787-1205] 
Ward,Mrs.Margaret W.(Herman N.,Sr.),Rt.5,Box 178, WhitSville NC 28472 
Warren, Sr., Mrs. Glenn (Millard WA2616 Erwin Rd,Durham 27705 J383-7052] 
Watson, Mrs. Mary C (Orville W.), Rt. % Box 454, Princeton WV 24740 
West, Rev. Pearl G. (C Ray), 129 Penners Point Rd., Beaufort NC 28516 [728-7353] 
White,Mrs.Frances(James G.,Jr.),417-A S.Greensboro St., Carrboro NC 27510 [929-3011] 
Williams, Mrs. Addie (Thaddeus), 1700 Concord Avenue, Monroe NC28110 
Williams,Mrs.Anne C(Leon W.Ross),Oak Tree Apts.#74, Nashville NC 27856 [459-9626] 
Williams,Mrs.Deleano (AP.Brantley), 624 Country Club Dr,Burlington,NC 27215 
Wilson, Mrs. Elizabeth L (L T.'Te<T), 4012 Country Club Rd., Winston-Salem NC 27104 

[919/998-2083] 
Wilson, Mrs. Janette W. (W. Carleton), P. O. Box 633, Roxboro NC 27573 
Womack. Mrs.Jane B.(Carlos PAP.O.Box 2001,Southern Pines 28387 [692-0273] 
Wood, Mrs. Fleeta C (John EA183 Thorpe St.,Henderson,NC 27536 [438-2871] 
Wright. Mrs. Iva H. (Carl KA 502 Ford Circle, Louisburg NC 27549 
Wright, Mrs. Viola C (N. M.), 2009 Wilson Street, Durham NC 27705 

• THESE PERSONS ARE WIDOWS OF PASTORS FROM OTHER CONFERENCES BUT 
ARE RESIDING IN OUR CONFERENCE AND WISH TO BE INCLUDED IN OUR 
CONFERENCE MAILINGS. 



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1990 ANNUAL CONFERENCE PROGRAM - DAILY AGENDA 

Wednesday, June 13, 1990 

Morning Session and Gathering 



10:30 a.m. 

THE EXECUTIVE SESSION FOR ALL CLERGY IN FULL CONNECTION 
Reeves Auditorium, Methodist College 
Bishop C. P. Minnick, Jr. Presiding 
Opening Hymn 
Passing of the Character of the Clergy 

Report of the Board of Ordained Ministry Woodrow W. Wells, Jr. 

Closing Hymn 
Benediction 

Organist- Mark Pace, First GMC, Rocky Mount 



11:00 a.m. 

THE GATHERING FOR ALL LAY MEMBERS 
March F. Riddle Center, Methodist College 
Robert C. Frazier, Sr., Presiding 
Opening Hymn 
Devotional 

Orientation Robert C. Frazier, Sr. 

Conference Lay Leader 

Assisted by 

(Jnited Methodist Youth President Jennifer Jones 

Cinited Methodist Women President Jane H. Johnson 

United Methodist Men President R. B. Goforth 

Board of Diaconal Ministry Chairperson Carol D. Strange 

Announcements 
Dismissal 

Mus/aan-Hope H. Dotter, Jefferson GMC, Goldsboro 



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Wednesday, June 13, 1990 

Afternoon Session - Reeves Auditorium 
1:25 p.m. 

GENERAL SESSION OF ALL LAY AND CLERGY MEMBERS 
This session will begin with a service of Holy Communion celebrated by Bishop C. P. 
Minnick, Jr. and the Cabinet. 

Opening Hymn (553) - And Are We Yet Alive 

THE COMMUNION SERVICE 
J. Malloy Owen III, Leader 
(See Worship Bulletin) 
Brief Recess 
Afternoon Session Continued 

Calling the Conference to Order Bishop C. P. Minnick, Jr. 

Greetings and Welcome M. Elton Hendricks, President 

Methodist College 

J. L. Dawkins, Mayor 

The City of Fayetteville 

J. Malloy Owen III, Host District Superintendent 

The Goldsboro District 

Annual Conference Address Bishop Minnick 

Organization of the Conference 

1. Roll Call and Motions of Order James H. Coile 

2. Report of the Committee on Conference Rules Charles M. Cook 

3. Report of the Conference 

Committee on Nominations G. Robert McKenzie, Jr. 

Composite Report of the District Superintendents Wallace H. Kirby 

Report of the Board of Diaconal Ministry Carol D. Strange 

Report of the Laity 

Conference Lay Leader Robert C. Frazier, Sr. 

United Methodist Men R. B. Goforth 

United Methodist Women Jane H. Johnson 

United Methodist Youth Jennifer Jones 

Report of the Council on Finance and Administration Cashar W. Evans 

Report No. 1 of Committee on Resolutions and Reference . . Gwen Henderson 

Closing Hymn 

Benediction 



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Wednesday, June 13, 1990 

Evening Session - Reeves Auditorium 
7:30 p.m. 

CONSECRATION OFDIACONAL MINISTERS AND 

ORDINATION OF DEACONS AND ELDERS 

Bishop C. P. Minnick, Jr., Presiding/Bishop Peter Storey, Preaching 

(See Worship Bulletin) 

Thursday, June 14, 1990 

Morning Session 

7:30 a.m. - HOLY COMMUNION IN HENSDALE CHAPEL 

Carrie W. Parrish, Leader 
8:25 a.m. - Reeves Auditorium 
Opening Hymn 

8:30 a.m. - BIBLE STUDY Bishop Minnick 

Report of the Committee on Minutes W. Stanley Smith, Jr. 

Report of the Methodist Board of Publication C. Alison Simonton, Jr. 

Report of the Black College Fund (Student) 

10:00 a.m. (Order of the Day) 

Lay Person of the Year Award Robert C. Frazier, Sr. 

Laity Scholarship Program Patricia J. Lykins 

Recommendations of the 

Conference Council on Ministries G. Robert McKenzie, Jr. 

Calendar 

1 990 Supplemental Program Recommendations 

1991 Program Recommendations 
Referrals and Policy 

TESTIMONIAL 

Committee on Disaster Preparedness - 

"Response to Hurricane Hugo" Dennis P. Levin 

Action on Report of the Committee on Nominations 

Report of the Duke Endowment Albert F. Fisher 

Report of the Board of Managers, 

North Carolina Pastors' School James E. Creech 

1 1 :00 a.m. (Order of the Day) 

WORSHIP SERVICE 

Bishop Peter Storey, Preaching 

(See Worship Bulletin) 



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12:00 Noon (Order of the Day) 

Adjournment for Board of Pensions Luncheon for Retirees 

Thursday, June 14, 1990 

Afternoon Session - Reeves Auditorium 
1:25 p.m. 
Opening Hymn 
Prayer 

The North Carolina Conference Brother/Sisterhood J. K. Bostick 

Business Session 

2:00 p.m. (Order of the Day) 

Report of the Board of Pensions J. Donald Phillips 

Retiree Recognition J. Donald Phillips 

The United Methodist Publishing House Lou Braswell Jennings 

Report of the Board of Ordained Ministry Woodrow W. Wells, Jr. 

TESTIMONIAL 

Appointments Beyond the Local Church Mark W. Wethington 

Report of the Insurance Committee E. M. Thompson, Jr. 

Report of the Committee on Episcopacy Ruth L. Cade 

Report of the Committee on Entertainment Margie G. Mann 

Report of the Committee to Study Lay/Clergy Equalization . . J. Malloy Owen III 
Report No. 2 of Committee on Resolutions and Reference . . Gwen Henderson 
Closing Hymn 
Benediction 

Thursday, June 14, 1990 

Evening Session 
8:00 p.m. 

WORSHIP SERVICE 

CIMCOR 50th Anniversary Celebration 

Fifty Years of Love in Action 

Board of Missions 

GMCOR Executive Director Norma Kehrberg, Speaker 

(See Worship Bulletin) 



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Friday, June 15, 1990 

Morning Session 

7:30 a.m. - HOLY COMMUNION IN HENSDALE CHAPEL 

James A. Starnes, Leader 
8:25 a.m. - Reeves Auditorium 
Opening Hymn 

8:30 a.m. - BIBLE STUDY Bishop Minnick 

Report of the Committee on Minutes W. Stanley Smith, Jr. 

TESTIMONIAL 

The Board of Health and Welfare Ministries Billy F. Seate 

Report of the Commission on Equitable Salaries Charles K. Morrison 

Report of the Pastoral Care Committee Rodney G. Hamm 

Report of the Joint Committee on Disability Wilbur I. Jackson 

Report of Ministers' Moving Expense Committee Charles K. Morrison 

Report of the Methodist Foundation, Inc Thomas E. Chandler 

Report of the Committee on District Conference Records . Susan C. Lindblade 
Presentation of Conference Construction Coordinator .... David E. Brownlee 

Recognition of the Clergy Partners Association Bishop Minnick 

Closing Hymn 

Benediction 

Brief Recess 

1 1 :00 a.m. (Order of the Day) 

THE MEMORIAL SERVICE 

Bishop C. P. Minnick, Jr., Presiding/Jimmy F. Cummings, Preaching 

(See Memorial Bulletin) 

Friday, June 15, 1990 

Afternoon Session - Reeves Auditorium 
1:25 p.m. 
Opening Hymn 

Report of the General Council on Ministries Robby Lowry 

Report of the SEJ Administrative Council Reginald W. Ponder 

Report of the Spirit for Tommorow Campaign Beth M. Norris 

Report of the Conference Statistician A. Kimsey King, Jr. 

The Conference Council on Ministries 

Composite Report G. Robert McKenzie,Jr. 

2:30 p.m. (Order of the Day) 

Report of the NC Conference Rural Fellowship Randy L. Wall 

Key Taylor Town and Country Mission Award Presentation . . Charles M. Cook 



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Camping/Campus Ministry/Trustee Elections 
NC State Commission on Campus Ministry 

By-Laws Amendment James E. Vann 

Scolarship Presentations Thomas G. Melvin 

Report of Task Force on Systemic Poverty William L. Bingham 

TESTIMONIAL 

The Vitalization Program Stephen C. Compton 

Presentation of Charters to Mew Congregations Bishop Minnick 

Legislative Committees Robert C. Frazier, Sr. 

Report Mo. 3 of Committee on Resolutions and Reference . . Gwen Henderson 

Report of the Conference Board of Trustees Myron C. Banks 

Decision on Budget 

Council on Finance and Administration Cashar W. Evans 

Miscellaneous Business 
Closing Hymn 
Benediction 

Organist for Business Sessions-Mark Pace, First GMC, Rocky Mount 

Friday, June 15, 1990 

Evening Session 
8:00 p.m. 

WORSHIP SERVICE 

Bishop Peter Storey, Preaching 

(See Worship Bulletin) 

Saturday, June 16, 1990 

Morning Session - Reeves Auditorium 
8:25 a.m. 
Opening Hymn 

THE LOVE FEAST 
Richard R. Blankenhorn, Leader 
Organist for The Love Feasf-Laura Davenport, First GMC, Wilson 
Brief Recess 

Business Session (if necessary) 
Recognition of the Cabinet and Staff 

Fixing of the Appointments and Passing of the Torch Bishop Minnick 

Closing Hymn (672) -God Be With You Till We Meet Again 

Benediction 

Adjourn sine die 



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JOURNAL OF PROCEEDINGS 
(Daily Minutes) 
EXECUTIVE SESSION 
OF THE 1990 ANNUAL CONFERENCE, Wednesday, June 13, 1990 

Announcements: Bishop Minnick called on Conference Secretary James Coile for 
the following announcements: First, it was announced that Julia Webb-Bowden was in 
an automobile accident but was present this morning. This news was greeted with ap- 
plause. Second, it was announced that Allen Wentz had suffered a heart attack and was 
being treated in a Greensboro Hospital. Bishop Minnick led in prayer for both. 

Worship: The session was opened with Psalm 148 and Hymn 569, We've a Story to 
Tell to the Nations. 

The Executive Session for All Ministers in Full Connection: Bishop C. P. Min- 
nick, Jr., presiding, called the Executive Session to order in Reeves Auditorium at 
Methodist College in Fayetteville at 10:30 a.m. 

Passing of the Character of Clergy: Bishop Minnick called the District Superinten- 
dents to the stage where they were asked to respond to Question 1 7, "Are all the clergy 
members of the Conference blameless in their life and official administration?" Eleven of 
the twelve district superintendents responded in the affirmative. The Goldsboro District 
Superintendent responded, "No writen grievance has been presented against the charac- 
ter of any ministers in the Goldsboro District." The Bishop explained that "there is at least 
one situation in his district where inquiry is being continued in regards to one pastor, but 
at this point, as he said, there are no written grievances against against any of them." 

Report of Board of Ordained Ministry: Bishop Minnick called upon Woodrow W. 
Wells, Jr., Board of Ordained Ministry chairperson, to present the report of the board. 

Wells made several necessary corrections, then moved adoption of the entire report, 
including the corrections. A question was raised by Hugo Lopez who pointed out that the 
spelling of his middle name under question 24 was incorrect. It was corrected. Questions 
1 9 - 54 were answered as necessary in the affirmative. Candidates for Probationary Mem- 
bership and Deacons Orders were presented. Candidates for Elders Orders and Full Con- 
nection were presented. The historic questions were asked by the Bishop and answered 
by the candidates. All were elected. (All answers to the disciplinary questions will be found 
in the business of the Annual Conference in this session of the Journal with portions of 
it also in Section II and Section V.) 

Robert Christian and Kirk Oldham, transfers from other annual conferences, were 
asked to stand and were received, as were Leon Fowler and Richard Jackson, transfers 
from other Methodist denominations. 

The names of those retiring this year were read. Bishop Minnick asked each to come 
to the front to receive the Conference's appreciation for their years of service. Such ap- 
preciation was expressed in a heart-felt round of applause. 

The names of the deceased were read and the Bishop called for the ministers to stand 
for silent prayer. He named the spouses of ministers who have died during the previous 
year, as the session stood in respect and remembrance. 

This concluded the report of the Board of Ordained Ministry. Bishop Minnick called for 
the adoption of the entire report of the Board of Ordained Ministry. It was adopted. The 
Board was given a round of applause in appreciation of its work. 

Miscellaneous Matters: Conference Secretary James Coile made announcements. 

Hymn: No.l 56, / Looe to tell the Story, was sung. 

Benediction: The benediction was given by Bishop Minnick and the executive ses- 
sion was adjourned. 

FIRST DAY, AFTERNOON SESSION, Wednesday, June 13, 1990 

General Session for all Lay and Clergy Members: At 1 :25 p.m., following the 
prelude by Mark Pace of First GMC in Wilson, the Conference organist for the business 



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sessions of the Annual Conference, the general session of all lay and clergy members was 
called. The session began with the traditional singing of And Are We Yet Alive. This was 
followed by a service of Word and Table with Holy Communion for the Annual Conference 
members and visitors. The celebrant was Bishop C. P. Minnick, Jr., assisted by members 
of the cabinet and other clergy. Communion was received by the entire Conference as- 
sembled with special music and singing with great dignity and meaning. Reeves 
Auditorium was completely filled. Bishop Minnick preached the Communion sermon leav- 
ing all in a pensive mood as they received the elements. 

Recess: Following the Communion Service, the Bishop declared ten minutes be given 
to clear the stage and prepare for the convening of the Conference for business. 

Conference Convened: Bishop Carlton P. Minnick, Jr., called the Conference to 
order, recognizing President Elton P. Hendricks of Methodist College for words of greet- 
ing. President Hendricks noted that the temperature and humidity are not up to the nor- 
mal Fayetteville standards, but promised to work on getting both up for the weekend. 
This was greeted with warm laughter. The Honorable J. L. Dawkins, mayor of the City of 
Fayetteville, as well as the Reverend J. Malloy Owen III, superintendent of the Host 
Goldsboro District, also brought greetings and welcome. 

State of the Church Address: Bishop Minnick focused attention on areas in the 
church's life which call forth rejoicing, as well as areas which call for greater effort and 
greater resources to be devoted in the service of God. He began by lifting up the Vitaliza- 
tion Program, led by the Reverend Steve Compton, which he noted would serve 78 con- 
gregations in our Conference this year, though over three times that number had applied 
to take part. Next year, he said, another 80 would be chosen to take part. A second area 
for rejoicing was the Capital Funds Campaign, to which, he noted, over 8.2 million dol- 
lars had been pledged, and over 2.2 million had already been paid. He lifted up capital 
improvements being made at the camps, and new congregations being started with the 
help of Capital Campaign Funds. Further gifts are needed if the campaign is to reach its 
goal of 8 million dollars. A third area of rejoicing is that of Per-Capita Stewardship, where 
he noted a $13 increase in giving in 1 989 over 1 988. He also urged that we continue to 
press all United Methodists to tithe, thus meeting the biblical call to stewardship. In the 
same area, he noted that while an increase in pledges of Outreach Ministries giving had 
increased in the previous year, that the actual amount paid to Outreach Ministries was 
92% of what was pledged, and urged churches to do better. The fourth area for rejoicing 
in the area of Mission Interpretation, where the Bishop noted that over 500 pastors have 
entered into covenant with him to do a better job in bringing the mission of the church 
in all its various facets before our congregations, in the hope of stimulating to them to 
greater support of our denominational and Conference efforts in missions. The Bishop 
also spoke of his great concern in the area of Evangelism noting that over 3,000 profes- 
sions of faith are reasons for rejoicing, but also noted the need to seek those who are lost, 
whose numbers are ever increasing in our midst. Finally, the Bishop informed the Con- 
ference that he had appointed a special committee, made up of both clergy and laity, to 
further examine the broad range of the Conference's mission in the 1 990's. He concluded 
by sharing the prayer that Christ's grace would enable us to continue to grow as com- 
munities of compassion. The Conference responded with warm applause. (For complete 
text, see Section V of the Journal.) 

Organization of the Conference: The Bishop recognized Conference Secretary 
James Coile for motions concerning the organization of the Conference. Mr. Coile 
presented the following motions, which were approved: 

"Mr. President, I move that the bar of the Conference be the main floor and the stage 
of Reeves Auditorium." This was approved. 

"I move that the registration kept by the registrars at the registration tables be desig- 
nated and declared the official roll of the Conference." This was approved. 



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"I move that the program contained in The Conference Program, Recommendations 
and Reports 1990, (as it may be amended from time to time by the President of the Con- 
ference) be the official program of the Conference." This was approved. 

"I move that persons appearing on the program who are not members of the Con- 
ference be granted the privilege of the floor." This was approved. 

"I move that the committees and persons printed on pages 7 & 8 of The Conference 
Program, Recommendations and Reports, 1990, be elected; with the following changes. 
Under Conference Secretary's Office, delete the name Patricia Fairley and add the name 
Sara Coile. tinder floor managers, add the name of Dennis Levin. The Committee on In- 
vestigation is deleted from consideration. It is the present committee and a new commit- 
tee will be elected when the nominations for other agencies are presented and elected. 
The Program Committee is made up of representatives from various agencies as stated 
in the rules of the Conference." This change was approved along with the election of these 
persons to the positions indicated. 

Coile also noted the presence of the Reverend Suzanna Ross Helms as agenda per- 
son for this year's Conference. 

Report of the Committee on Conference Rules: Bishop Minnick presented Char- 
les Cook to present the report. 

Cooke indicated a number of changes, particularly with regard to the voting cards, 
which will not be used this year. Several other changes were brought for the Conference, 
all of which were approved. The rules were adopted. (Complete corrected Conference 
Rules are found Section I of the Journal.) 

Conference Committee on Nominations: Bishop Minnick called on CCOM Execu- 
tive Director G. Robert McKenzie, Jr., for the report. McKenzie proceeded to explain the 
booklet containing the nominations and various procedures which went into the replace- 
ment of various members of Conference boards and agencies. He noted several correc- 
tions and told the Conference that the report of the Committee on Nominations would 
lay on the table overnight and be voted on tomorrow morning. (See board and agency 
members listed in Section II of the Journal.) 

Composite Report of the District Superintendents: The Bishop called on Wal- 
lace H. Kirby to offer the report. Kirby noted that items traditionally included in the Dis- 
trict Superintendents' Report, such as membership gains, buildings built, and special 
Capital Funds Campaign, are included in the report which will appear in the Journal in 
the Fall. His oral report focused on guidelines for open itineracy which would be distributed 
to the Conference. Kirby lifted up several specifics out of the guidelines within each of the 
six sections. Bishop Minnick pointed out that these guidelines are a response to last year's 
resolution on open itineracy, and as such do not require Conference action. They will 
simply be implemented by the Cabinet. The Bishop opened the floor for discussion on 
the guidelines, seeking endorsements and/or suggestions for implementing them. 

George McGill spoke of his experience in cross-racial appointments and integrated 
churches in Brazil as a missionary with General Board of Global Ministries. 

Motion: Ernie Wendell moved "that the Annual Conference officially endorse the 
Cabinet's guidelines for open itineracy". The endorsement was given unanimously. This 
concluded the District Superintendents' Report, which was greatly received by the Con- 
ference. (For further details see the Composite Report of District Superintendents found 
in Section V of the Journal.) 

Report of the Board of Diaconal Ministry: Bishop Minnick called on Carol D. 
Strange to give the report. Strange lifted up several elements of the report, and offered 
words cf appreciation to Gail Walker for 20 years of service. She is retiring this year. She 
then called upon Sue Ellen Nicholson, Susan Parker, and Cynthia Powell to come for- 
ward, stand before the Conference as those who are being consecrated on Wednesday 
Evening as Diaconal Ministers. Strange moved that they be accepted for consecration, 



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and they were unanimously. The report was placed before the Conference and accepted 
unanimously. (For further details see the complete report in Section V of the Journal.) 

Reports of the Laity: Bishop Minnick called upon Conference Lay Leader Robert C. 
Frazier, St., to begin the Laity reports. 

Report of the Conference Lay Leaden Dr. Frazier lifted up the work of a variety of 
individual Methodists in their ministries in their local communities - volunteers in paint- 
ing church buildings, visitors to nursing homes, prisons and hospitals, those who lent will- 
ing ears to those suffering from different kinds of pain. By way of pointing out that our 
service to Christ is a large part service to our neighbors, Frazier offered a beautiful read- 
ing from Tolstoy's fable, Papa Panou's Special Christmas. Frazier concluded his remarks 
with a moment of personal privilege, which he used to thank the Reverend Cliff Shoaf for 
five years of excellent work with the Conference Board of Laity as an associate director of 
the Conference Council on Ministries. He also presented Shoaf with a plaque in apprecia- 
tion for his work. (For further details of the report, see Section V of the Journal.) 

Report of the United Methodist Men: R. B. Goforth, Conference president of the 
United Methodist Men, brought the report. Goforth lifted up the work of four committees 
of the Conference GMM including those working with the St. Andrews Potato Project, the 
Heifer Project, those working with 4-H and Scouting, and Disaster Preparedness and 
Response. (For further details, see Section V of the Journal.) 

Report of the United Methodist Women: Jane Johnson, Conference president of 
the Gnited Methodist Women, brought the report. She told the Conference that this year's 
(JMW Theme is "Living Our Faith." A variety of means were employed to make this theme 
a reality. She cited funds sent to the Women's Division, to the Methodist Preschool in 
South Africa, to the Methodist Mission at Ganta, Liberia, and other examples. She further 
cited a number of programs undertaken by Conference GMW, including the 39 and Under 
Retreat, Christian Personhood Retreat, and efforts made toward educating, sensitizing, 
and changing attitudes toward race and racism among women throughout the Con- 
ference. (For further details, see Section V of the Journal.) 

Report of the United Methodist Youth Fellowship: The report was brought by Jen- 
nifer Jones, president of the (JMYF. She spoke of the struggles the Conference Youth 
Ministries had in the past year, including the loss of the Conference Youth Coordinator in 
January. She rejoiced, however, that the Reverend Ray Warren has recently been named 
as the new Conference Youth Coordinator. She spoke of the Youth Service Fund and its 
continued role in supporting youth ministries in the Conference as well as throughout 
the denomination. She spoke with sadness at the decrease in the participation of several 
summer youth events, and especially at the cancellation of the Summer Music Workshop, 
due to lack of registration.She urged the members of the Conference to "provide the wind 
for the sails on our boat," in order that Conference Youth Ministry may be strengthened 
throughout the coming year. (For the complete report, see Section V of the Journal.) 

The Annual Conference then unanimously accepted the reports of the Conference 
Lay Leader, GMM Conference president, GMW Conference president, and GMY Con- 
ference president. 

Report of the Council on Finance and Administration: Bishop Minnick called on 
Cashar W. Evans to bring the report. Evans began by introducing every member of CF&A. 
He then expressed gratitude to the 61 3 churches which paid 1 00% of their Outreach Min- 
istries Apportionment in 1 989. He then turned to the report for CF&A, which he noted 
contained only a 3.89% increase for next year. He then directed the Conference's atten- 
tion to the report on Financial Policies found on pages 80-85 in The Conference Program, 
Recommendations and Reports, 1990. Evans then moved the acceptance of sections II, 
III, & IV, Financial Policies Statement. Quinton Covington asked if under II. 1 .b. Black Col- 
leges could not be changed to Colleges. The Bishop said, "no". 

Motion: Barton Baldwin of First Gnited Methodist Church, Mt. Olive, moved "that in 
future years, the Recommended Conference Budget as reported in The Conference 



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Fnl^ e f 0m ? endaU ^ a " d Rep0nS include THREE ADDITIONAL COLUMNS AS 
FOLLOWS: (most recent Budget (Y/E 12/31/00) Actual fY/F i:>« wnni j >, 

(Y/E 12/31/00," Baldwin then presented Se raulte'fofh^motfn " '' "" Va " anCe 

come to consider a budget for two years following. MeCoSX™^ ** 
of *e amendment. The Bfehop called for a vote^nd *e moTn wasTp^ ' 

H^KS^^sr&^sssr and Referen ~ ch ~ *» 

Cre i T>n"l rn ^ t; J en p ifer u? la u e ° f EpW ° rth UMC in Durham ro ^ to substitute "Gods 
Creation for Mother Earth", this was approved by a hand vote overwhelmingly 

^ Resolution on the Death Penalty: This resolution was approved in a close hand 
* C^^£EF ^ C ° Vert <*— "« ~ -s placed before 

i^SS*^?KS=!^ *• Christian Life styie " : ™- was ap - 

Resolution on ReforestaUon: This was also approved unanimously 

befS^SS^S 1 ? £ !tT? 5% RCCyded Papen ■"* resolution was P'—d 
S?S«LSSSS1 ? McK , enzie u P° inted out that the Conference is already in 

toB^wS^ftS respo to ^ is reso,ution ' by using recycled p a ^ r for the 

toe feno Gainst n ° ^TJ ^ micro P hone to ™°™ the Conference that 
there is no extra cost ,n us.ng recycled paper as opposed to any other kind of paper 

The^oTe "Tr n lh ennife , r . Blake ° ffe / ed 3n amendmen < ^ the first section following 
Zti^ T ^ ed content for at least 1 0% by 1 991 and with a goal of 33% by 
f3oa?d wo L t ' Cha ! rperSO , n of ^ B° ard °f Church and Society, indicated that the 
Board would gather and supply information to local churches about recycling The 
amendment was approved by the Conference. recycling, i he 

iwSfeTEEE ° n ' a ! f amend D ed ' Y aS "*" appr ° Ved una nimously. This concluded 
report no. 1 of the Committee on Resolutions. 

Announcements: The Bishop called on Secretary Coile for announcements 
befor t °hl U ronf° n Chl,d Pom °9 r u a P h y : A resolution on Child Pornography was laid 
ConfrJ^J ?I^V n ° rder t0 * d6alt ^ by the Committee on Resolutions. The 

Wa^hinTtnn fT? ^ r ! qUeSt ° f thG Presenter ' ^ Brookshire of First UMC in 
Washington, for that consideration. 

servlc J i O at I 7 , 3 n ent; ^^ ^^ ^ diSmisSed the Conference until the ordination 

FIRST DAY EVENING SESSION: Wednesday, June 13, 1990 

Hor ^? VlCe ° f Wor8hlp for 0rdlna "on ^d Consecration: At 7:30 p.m., an ordina- 
ton and consecration service was held in Reeves Auditorium. Bishop C. P. Minnick Jr 

Ch^h PK B,S h° P ! eter St ° rey WaS ^ Preacher " The Ha >™ unt ^ited Meriodt 
for ronin r ^^fu ^'^ mUSlC - Car °' D ' Stran 9 e Panted the diaconal ministers 
for consecration and they were duly consecrated. Woody Wells presented the deacons 



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and elders for ordination. They were duly ordained. (For a synopsis of the entire service 
see worship bulletin, A Service of Worship for Consecration and Ordination, Wednes- 
day, June 13, 1990.) 

SECOND DAY, MORNING SESSION, Thursday, June 14, 1990 

Holy Communion: The sacrament of Holy Communion was celebrated at 7:30 a.m., 
in Hensdale Chapel, led by the Reverend Carrie W. Parrish. 

Conference Called to Order: Bishop Minnick called the Conference to order at 8:30 
a.m. and called for the singing of hymn 369, Blessed Assurance, and hymn 1 74, His 
Name is Wonderful. He then led the Conference in prayer. 

Bible Study: Bishop Minnick began his study of Paul's letters to the Corinthians by 
connecting them to our Conference theme, Vital Congregations < = > Faithful Dis- 
ciples. After offering some background on the history of Corinth and of Paul's journeys 
which resulted in the founding of the church in Corinth, he described the problems which 
were tearing that church apart - sexual immorality, confusion about idols, paganism seep- 
ing into the church, theological divisions, divisions based on personalities, etc. He dis- 
cussed certain of these problems and other questions raised by the Corinthian 
correspondance, and its relationship to the Church in our day. His study was received by 
a full auditorium of members and visitors with great appreciation for both his teaching 
and his humor. 

Report of the Committee on Minutes: Stan Smith brought the Committee's report. 
The minutes of the first day's session were found to be satisfactory. They were approved. 

Report of the Methodist Board of Publication: Bishop Minnick called on C. Alison 
Simonton, Jr., to bring the report. Simonton thanked the Conference for its efforts on 
behalf of the recent subscription campaign for the North Carolina Christian Aduo- 
cate.The report was moved and adopted. (For the complete text of the report, see Sec- 
tion V of the Journal.) 

Report of the Black College Fund: The Bishop introduced Dina Nero of Green- 
wood, Mississippi, a student at one of our Black colleges, to bring the report. She spoke 
of the history of Rust College, the school she is presently attending, and of the role which 
it has played in the education of Black students among United Methodists. As part of her 
testimony to what Rust has done for her, she also praised the role of the Black College 
Fund in helping to'"provide a heritage worth preserving." She listed the historically Black 
colleges supported by the Black College Fund, and commended the Conference for its 
support of the fund. 

Resolution on the Lottery: William Jeffries rose to offer "a resolution on the lottery 
in North Carolina to be received and referred to the Committee on Resolutions for action" 
at a later session. With the Conference's consent, it was so referred. 

Resolution on Evangelism: Mark Kennedy moved "a resolution on evangelism be 
presented to the Committee on Resolutions and Reference, Conference secretary, and 
distributed to the members of the MC Annual Conference" to support making evangelism 
a higher priority in the Conference's mission. Unanimously, it was agreed to do so. 

Denman Award: The Bishop called on David J. Goehring to present the Denman 
Award. The award seeks to recognize individuals for their efforts in the area of evangelism, 
in terms of life-style, witness, and adherence to the United Methodist tradition. The 
recipient of this year's award is the Reverend M. Eugene Tyson, Jr., pastor of Faith United 
Methodist Church in Mew Bern. Tyson gratefully accepted the award. 

Point of Personal Privilege: Bernice Johnson was recognized. She hailed the work 
of the Reverend Albert Shuler, associate director of the Conference Council on Ministries, 
concentrating on the area of Ethnic Minority Local Church concerns. She presented a 
plaque to Shuler from the Commission on the Status and Roll of Women in appreciation 
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Testimonial: Committee on Disaster Preparedness - "Response to Hugo": The 

Bishop recognized Dennis P. Levin to present the testimonial. Levin began by noting 
ironically, "it's been a good year for disasters!" He named a number of the grants which 
have been given to victims of natural disasters in areas of our Conference such as Lemon 
Springs, Raleigh, and Rocky Mount. He spoke also of the resourcefulness of local chur- 
ches in dealing with disasters, such as John Wesley Church which served as an over-night 
shelter to nursing home patients following a tornado. He lauded the efforts of Conference 
churches in responding to Hurricane Hugo, noting that the total amount of the aid is in- 
calculable because so much of it was spontaneous and directed through sources other 
than the Disaster Preparedness Committee. While appreciating such aid, not only finan- 
cial but also in terms of time and effort, Levin also cautioned that such aid can involve us 
in dangerous situations, given the nature of damage which is inflicted by natural disasters. 
Training, he said, has also been provided to a variety of volunteer teams seeking to 
respond to several different disasters. In his committee's work, Levin noted that a plan 
has been developed for response to disasters which is oriented to action taken by local 
churches. With pride he indicated that the plan developed by his committee has been re- 
quested by other conferences and other denominations as a model for local church 
response. The testimonial was greeted with warm applause. 

Lay Person of the Year Award: Dr. Robert C. Frazier, St., rose to present the award. 
After explaining the procedure by which lay persons of the year are chosen, Frazier 
proceeded to introduce the 1 989 District Lay Persons of the Year. These are: O. Hulon 
Briggs of First CMC in Graham; Eleanor Browning Walker of Pleasant Green CMC near 
Durham; Martha Edwards Capps of Riverside GMC in Elizabeth City; Daniel H. Brown of 
Christ GMC in Fayetteville; Susan Townsend Carter of Wallace GMC; Richard Walker of 
First GMC in Washington; Ellen MacFarland of Broad Creek GMC in Newport; Elizabeth 
M. And Allen Morris of Louisburg GMC; Ira P. Lowry of First GMC in Pembroke, and Bryant 
Stevens of Laural Hill GMC; Walter C. Cooke of Nashville GMC; William F. and Catherine 
B. Poad of Siler City; Arvel Heafner of Trinity GMC in Wilmington. 

The 1 990 Conference Lay People of the Year are Elizabeth and Allen Morris. Frazier 
extolled their joint ministry on behalf of the Conference. In the biography of the two of 
them found in the Book of Handouts, it was noted that "Beth gave merited service as 
chairperson for the Committee on Camping and the Spirit of Tomorrow fund raising cam- 
paign. Allen's comprehensive work as chair of the Board of Laity enlarged its ministry, 
but even more he is honored for his leadership in election of Joseph Bethea as bishop 
and his service on the SEJ Committee on the Episcopacy." Frazier stressed that the Mor- 
rises are "a true Christian husband and wife team," whose ministries have been intimate- 
ly entwined even as they accomplished what might seem to be individual achievements. 
A plaque was presented to the Morrises on behalf of the Conference by Dr. Frazier, and 
the award was greeted with a standing ovation. 

Recommendations of the Conference Council on Ministries: G. Robert Mc- 
Kenzie, Jr., executive director of the CCOM, came to the podium to deliver the recom- 
mendations for 1990. McKenzie went briefly through the report, found on pages 32-50 
of The Conference Program, Recommendations and Reports, 1990, hitting on a num- 
ber of highlights of the report. 

Amendment: Eric Lindblade moved "that L52 of the report be moved to the priority 
consideration list", found on page 33 of the Conference Program. The amendment was 
iccepted by McKenzie. The priority considerations as well as the recommendations for 
:onsiderations by local churches were then accepted by the Conference. 

The 1990 Program Recommendations for District Consideration were then placed 
>efore the Conference and were accepted without opposition. The 1 991 Program Recom- 
nendations for Annual Conference were then placed before us. They were accepted 
vithout discussion. 



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The 1991 Program Recommendation Referred to Other Agencies were then placed 
before and approved by the Conference, as were the 1 991 Policy Recommendations. 

Recommendation on CCOM Staff Tenure: McKenzie then called on Roger Elliott 
to present a recommendation from the CCOM. The recommendation would allow Paul 
Phillips to be considered to be reappointed as associate director of Camping Ministries, 
despite the fact that he had reached the limit of his staff tenure which is six years. 

Point of Order: Milton Gilbert asked a question with regard to the various tenures 
granted to clergy and lay employees of the CCOM. Bishop Minnick deferred the point of 
order until the recommendation was dealt with. 

Question: Floyd Evans raised a question as to whether the recommendation was for 
a one year suspension or for a further period of time. Elliott responded that the intention 
was for the suspension to last for the duration of the Capital Campaign for supporting 
Camping Ministries. He pointed out, however, that it will need to be reviewed annually. 

The recommendation for the wavier of the limited tenure for Paul Phillips was unani- 
mously accepted. 

Point of Order: Milton Gilbert again rose to ask for a ruling on the legality of our 
limited tenure for clergy and no limited tenure for laity on the CCOM staff in light of a Judi- 
cial Council ruling on limited clergy tenure for the General Church Agency staff. The 
Bishop ruled that the Judicial Council ruling in question left the Annual Conference free 
to take whatever action it desires with regard to tenure. The Judicial Council ruling, to 
which Gilbert referred had to do only with General Conference boards and agencies. The 
Bishop then offered to submit the ruling he had just made to Judicial Council for review. 
Elliott then followed the Bishop's remarks by indicating that the CCOM Personnel Com- 
mittee feels that a limit on clergy tenure in serving on the CCOM is unnecessary and even- 
tually should be eliminated. The Bishop called for a vote on the entire CCOM report, which 
was accepted unanimously. (The reports of each of the Conference's agencies, see Sec- 
tion V of the Journal.) 

Point of Personal Privilege: William Cummings asked permission to come to the 
platform to make a presentation. Cummings, on behalf of the Conference Board of 
Education, presented the Reverend Cliff Shoaf with a "gift," the nature of which was left 
unspecified, but which was apparently too heavy to bring into the auditorium! The presen- 
tation was greeted with both laughter and applause for the job that Shoaf has done. 

Motion: Sam Brown moved "that the Annual Conference install pew racks on the back 
of the seats in Reeves Auditorium of Methodist College". The Bishop asked for Conference 
approval to refer the motion to Council on Finance and Administration to obtain estimate 
of cost. He made clear that after CF&A made their report about the cost, final action would 
then be taken on the motion. 

Report of the Board of Managers, North Carolina Pastor's School: James E. 
Creech brought the report. Creech lauded the joint efforts of our Conference and the 
Western North Carolina Conference in promoting both Continuing Education and the 
development of collegiality through the Pastor's School. He offered several details on this 
Fall's Duke Convocation. (For further details of the report, see Section V of the Journal.) 

Announcements: Secretary Coile made several announcements of interest. 

Recess: The Bishop called a five minute recess to prepare for the 1 1 :00 service. 

Worship Service: A service of worship was held with Bishop Peter Storey of the 
Methodist Church in South Africa preaching and George Speake and Lisa Blackwell as 
liturgists. (For details of worship service, see A Semice of Worship bulletin, Thursday Morn- 
ing, June 14, 1990.) 

SECOND DAY, AFTERNOON SESSION, Thursday, June 14, 1990 

Session Called to Order: At 1 :25 p.m., Bishop Minnick called the Conference back 
into session for the business of the afternoon . He called for singing of hymn 1 44, This 
is Ours Father's World. 



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North Carolina Brother-Sisterhood: After an opening prayer, J. K. Bostick led in 
the business session of the Brother-Sisterhood. The operation of the Brother-Sisterhood 
was explained and the information about taking care of calls and responding to 
beneficiaries was presented. Both Bostick and Jerry Smith, secretary-treasurer of the or- 
ganization, appealed for new members, both beneficiaries and non-beneficiaries. Smith 
thanked non-beneficiaries (lay people who contribute toward the fund even though they 
do not receive benefits from it) for their dedication to and love for the clergy members 
which is expressed through their contributions. (For further details of the report, see Sec- 
tion V of the Journal.) 

Recess: In light of the fact that the next order of the day is to be at 2:00 p.m., Bishop 
Minnick called for a 10 minute recess until that time. 

Session Called to Order: At 2:00 Bishop Minnick called the Conference back into 
session for the business of the afternoon. He called for the singing of hymn 31 0, He Lives. 

Point of Personal Privilege: John Crowe rose for the point. Crowe introduced Bob 
Bridges, vice president for Academic Development at Asbury Theological Seminary, to 
bring words of greeting from the seminary community. 

Report of the Board of Pensions: J. Donald Phillips rose to give the report. Phillips 
made several changes in the report, which are reflected in the report as it appears in the 
Journal. Report A of the Report of the Board of Pensions was moved for adoption, and 
was adopted. Report B was moved, and a question was raised about how the unfunded 
liability of 24 million dollars is to be funded. Phillips spoke of a variety of sources from 
which the unfunded liability would come. Report B was then adopted. Report C was then 
moved and approved. Report D was then moved, and several changes were made and/or 
pointed out. Report D was then adopted unanimously, followed by adoption of the full 
report. (For complete details of the report, see Section V of the Journal.) 

Recommendations for Pastors' Total Years of Pension Credit: Kermit Braswell 
of the Conference Board of Pensions spoke to the report, which was given in handout 
form to the members. Substance of the report is an attempt to determine the number of 
years of service for which pension credit has been given to each clergy member of the 
Annual Conference. It was noted that those pastors whose names do not appear in the 
report either have provided the information requested, but still need to have their status 
cleared up as far as the full number of years, or have not yet provided the information. 
When the research is complete on each pastor, a further report will be made to the Con- 
ference by the Board of Pensions, which will include all pastors. In addition, each pastor 
will be informed when research has been completed on his or her record, informing them 
about the number of years for which they are to be credited. The report was then ap- 
proved. (See full report included in Pensions Report in Section V of the Journal.) 

Recognition of Retirees: The pastors who are retiring this year addressed the Con- 
ference. Each shared various humorous, heartfelt, and appreciative remarks. They spoke 
of their years of service to the Conference and of the dedication with which others had 
served them. 

Report of the United Methodist Publishing House: Lou Braswell Jennings was 
asked by the Bishop to come to the podium to present the report of the Publishing House. 
Braswell told of two events of the previous year about which she was particularly excited, 
the introduction of the new United Methodist Hymnal, and the beginning of sales of the 
Mew Revised Standard Version of the Bible. She presented Bishop Minnick with one of 
the new Revised Standard Version Bibles from the Cokesbury Store in Raleigh, as well as 
a check for $1 6,463.29 to be contributed to the Pension Fund of the Annual Conference, 
which the Bishop joyfully accepted on behalf of the Conference. 

Recognition of Conference Treasurer's Staff: Conference Treasurer Herb Stout 
took the podium to introduce the support staff working in the Treasurer's Office in the 
United Methodist Building in Raleigh. First was the new assistant treasurer of the Con- 



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ference, Sharon Strother. Others include Caroline Buckland, office manager; Alison 
Smith, administrative secretary; Kelley Farthing, bookkeeper; Meredith Henderson, ac- 
counts receivable; and Teresa Barber, the switchboard operator at the Methodist Build- 
ing. All were recognized and received with a warm round of applause. 

Greetings: Malloy Owen, chairman of the Conference Courtesies Committee, intro- 
duced the Reverend John Buckley, president of Educational Opportunities, who brought 
greetings to the Conference on behalf of his company. He spoke briefly about the oppor- 
tunities which are available through his organization for continuing education abroad. 

Motion: Gayla Estes moved "that the mandate from the 1 988 General Conference on 
Prison Reform be referred to the Council on Ministries to be implemented by the Annual 
Conference - and the Council on Ministries report back to the Annual Conference on its 
progress". The 1 988 resolution on prison ministry in question was referred to the Com- 
mittee on Resolutions to be reported back at tomorrow's session. 

Announcement: Hugh Cameron,Chairperson of the Conference Board Stewardship, 
announced a workshop to be held this fall on "stewardship in the local church". A brochure 
was distributed to the Conference on this workshop. 

Report of the Duke Endowment: Al Fisher of the Duke Endowment brought the 
report. Fisher described the work of the Endowment as well as its goals, telling the Con- 
ference that in 1989, 26 churches in the NC Conference were recipients of grants total- 
ing over $409,000. Fisher pointed out that because the Duke Endowment is restricted in 
its grant making to churches in communities of fewer than 1 500 residents, the soon to 
be released 1990 census may push many communities up over that limit. He urged chur- 
ches in communities which are presently under that limit to submit funding requests 
before the census comes out. (For full details of the report, see Section V of the Journal.) 

Testimonial: Appointments Beyond the Local Church: Mark Wethington came 
to the pulpit to lead a testimonial on appointments beyond the local church. Wethington 
began by noting the General Conference's desire in changing the nomenclature of the 
appointments in question to "appointments beyond local church" to affirm the equal 
status and importance of all episcopal appointments within the connectional system. He 
introduced persons who gave one-minute testimonies about serving appointments 
beyond the local church, which included appointments in such diverse situations as the 
editorship of the North Carolina Christian Advocate, Duke Divinity School professors as 
well as the dean of the Divinity School, the president of A'ethodist College, and the other 
Methodist related institutions, military and hospital chaplaincies, pastoral counseling, 
campus ministries, etc. Wethington concluded the testimonial by asking that all those 
serving in appointments beyond the local church to stand. They received a warm round 
of applause for their work. 

Report of the Insurance Committee: E. M. Thompson, Jr., came to the podium to 
present the report. Thompson stressed the Insurance Committee's commitment both to 
cost containment and to improved health care for members of the Conference. He then 
introduced Candy Holtsman, a medical care economist, who explained to the Conference 
what is causing rising health care costs and what can be done to contain them. She 
pointed out that the average charge per admission to a hospital has risen by over twice 
as much since 1981. There are several reasons for this, including the fact that most 
patients now admitted and cared for in hospitals are "sicker" than has been the case in 
the past years. The average hospitalization today, she said, now costs over $7400. She 
summarized the situation in which Blue Cross/Blue Shield finds itself by presenting a series 
of slides that showed per-capita payments for health care increasing from $550 in 1 986 
to $1 ,027 in 1990. She informed the Conference that the best way to decrease health 
care costs are, first, to be a smart consumer of health care services, and to be healthier, 
through such means as better diet, exercise, etc. 

Thompson returned to the podium to explain and highlight several aspects of the 
report. He noted particularly the options before the Conference with regard to rates, which 



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can only be held at the same level next year as they have been for this year by reducing 
benefits (e.g., increasing deductibles and out-of-pocket expenses). 

Thompson put before the Conference the Group Term Life Insurance statement. This 
portion of the report was approved without discussion. Thompson then put before the 
Conference the question of 1 991 health insurance rates. James Reed raised a question 
about the possibility of self insurance seeking rates in the market. Thompson replied that 
such exploration will be undertaken at the direction of the Annual Conference when the 
Conference so directs. Malloy Owen raised a possibility of cutting the life-time benefit for 
mental disorders, and asked what benefit would be accrued. Thompson replied that ap- 
proximately a 6% decrease would be attained. 

J. Malloy Owen moved cutting life-time maximum for mental and nervous disorders 
from $100,000 to $50,000. 

John Jay Jansen rose and spoke in opposition to the Owen amendment. Jansen spoke 
from his family's personal experience in relating the need for the extra coverage. Sam Mc- 
Millan asked Thompson how many people within our Conference have gone beyond the 
$50,000 limit that the Owen amendment proposed. Herb Stout replied that the informa- 
tion was not available from the Conference computer data base. He did know of three 
specific cases. Bob Morgan asked what the best dollar for benefit package is. No answer 
from the podium was given. Tony Collier asked where the 6% percent reduction would 
take place. Thompson replied that it would be in the rates. Rodney Hamm spoke on be- 
half of the Pastoral Care Committee, and stated that his committee would be disappointed 
in a cut in this particular benefit. Rufus Butner asked a question about what would hap- 
pen to individuals who exceeded the limit in the system. Herb Stout indicated that those 
who went over the $50,000 limit would no longer receive benefits. Butner asked about 
the availability of systems other than that found through insurance. Kermit Braswell ex- 
pressed his opposition to the amendment by virtue of the fact that claims experienced in 
the future cannot be projected, meaning that we cannot know for certain whether the 
benefit will actually be needed or not. 

Discussion being concluded, the vote was taken on the Owen amendment. The 
amendment was defeated. 

Question: Eddie Jo Jarrett asked a question about a recommendation of hers that 
was passed by last year's Annual Conference seeking an option for a higher premium 
combined with a lower deductible. Thompson reported that the option she sought was 
not available in the market place. He explained the reason being the diversity of care avail- 
able in the Eastern 56 counties of North Carolina. Paul Brewer indicated that while 
Thompson was correct that this policy was not possible this year, that such a policy may 
be possible next year. 

Question: Floyd Evans asked what companies were contacted for the possibility of 
receiving competitive bids on our insurance. Paul Brewer replied that Guardian Life and 
several "third party administrators" were contacted. 

Question: Larry Williamson, Lake Waccamaw GMC, asked if a fourth option under 
eligibility policies would be possible, allowing spouses to purchase individual coverage 
rather than being part of the family coverage. Herb Stout responded that this structure is 
pro-family rate structure,and other kinds of rates to date were either unnecessary or un- 
feasible. 

Question: The question was raised about the possibility of dropping the minimum of 
25 hours weekly found under Eligibility Policies III for lay employees to 20 hours weekly. 
Herb Stout replied that the intention was to cover full-time employees under the coverage. 

Amendment: Howard Harrell of Wilmington moved to replace minimum of 25 hours 
weekly to 20 hours weekly. 



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Substitute Amendment: Joe Mann moved "that the Insurance Committee study 
changing 25 hours to 20 hours for lay participation". The motion was accepted for refer- 
ral and Harrell accepted Mann's replacement amendment. 

Question: James Evans asked about the possibility, which had been raised at last 
year's Annual Conference, of combining with the Western North Carolina Annual Con- 
ference to form a larger group. Herb Stout said that the Western Conference's benefits 
are not as good as ours, which would mean a change in benefits would be necessary. He 
also noted that ours is already a fairly large group as far as Blue Cross/Blue Shield is con- 
cerned. Finally, he noted that the General Board of Pensions is investigating the pos- 
sibility of a church wide insurance plan which we would not want to hamper by changes 
in our own policy at this time. 

Question: Bill Jeffries asked whether the committee had looked at the option of health- 
maintenance organizations (HMO's). Herb Stout replied that HMO's are not as attractive 
a possibility given the nature of health care in Eastern North Carolina. 

Question: AJ. Eure asked whether we are not voting on two different plans which are 
found in The Conference Program, Recommendations and Reports, 1990, under Blue 
Cross/Blue Shield Insurance. Thompson replied that we are voting on one plan and that 
the Insurance Committee has simply included for information the possibility of retaining 
and lowering benefits. 

Sam McMillan pointed out that if we vote for the Insurance Committee's recommen- 
dations, rates will go up approximately $1 7 a month per church under the family plan. 

Jerry Lowry moved that we go with the substitute plan to reduce the benefits of our 
health insurance plan. Thompson pointed out that with the substitution that Lowry sug- 
gests the rates would be kept the same if the benefits are reduced. John Jansen rose to 
speak, asking whether in fact the out of pocket expense would be reduced for families 
under the Lowry substitute. Thompson replied that it would. 

Ross Wingo of White Plains in Cary spoke in favor of the Lowry substitute. Luther High 
spoke against the Lowry substitute, pointing out that the increase in premiums would 
only be about $300 a year, while the increase in deductibles would impose a hardship for 
pastors, especially those at the lower end of the salary scale. Sam Dixon pointed out that 
for those on minimum salary, their expenses even before benefits begin to accrue would 
be close to $2,000, or approximately 1 0% of their salary. The Bishop called for a vote on 
Lowry's substitute. The amendment was defeated. 

Question: Quinton Covington asked whether the need for pre-admission medical 
review applied to the matter under discussion. Herb Stout replied that we are moving to 
a system of "managed care" and that the change will hopefully be reflected in either lower 
rates or savings in rate increases in the future. 

The previous question was called, debate was stopped and a vote was taken on the 
Blue Cross/Blue Shield rates. The section of the report that was before the Conference 
was accepted. 

Motion: James Evans from Mt. Gilead GMC moved that "the Insurance Committee 
contact five major Health Insurance Companies for bids on Major Health Insurance 
Programs for the NC Annual Conference. Results to be furnished to the Annual Con- 
ference in 1 991 in writing to the membership of the Conference." The motion was passed. 

Thompson moved the adoption of the section of the report entitled "Policy and Rules." 
It was adopted without discussion. He then moved the section entitled "Eligibility Policies," 
which was approved without dissent. The sections on health screening and committee 
membership were likewise moved and accepted by the Conference. 

Following the Bishop's commendation of the Committee's work, the report as a whole 
was presented for adoption. It was adopted overwhelmingly. (For complete report, see 
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Return to Report of the Board of Ordained Ministry: Kermit Braswell came to 
bring the remainder of the Board's report. Those new members of the Annual Conference 
who have transferred into the Conference were recognized, including those who have 
transferred from other Methodist denominations. 

Announcements: Secretary Coile made several announcements. 

Adjournment: Conference adjourned until the 8:00 p.m. worship service. 
SECOND DAY, EVENING SESSION, Thursday, June 14, 1990 

A worship service for CJMCOR's 50th Anniversary Celebration, "Fifty years of Love in 
Action" was presented by the Board of Missions at 8:00 p.m. in Reeves Auditorium. Spe- 
cial music was provided by the (JMCOR Chorus, Prospect United Methodist Church 
Children's Choir, and the Fayetteville Korean United Methodist Church Choir. Dr. Norma 
Kehrberg, Associate General Secretary for GMCOR was the speaker. (For complete synop- 
sis of the entire service, see the worship bulletin, (JMCOR 50th Anniversary Celebration, 
Fifty Years of Love in Action, June 1 4, 1 990.) 

THIRD DAY, MORNING SESSION, Friday, June 15, 1990 

Holy Communion: The sacrament of Holy Communion was celebrated in Hensdale 
Chapel at 7:30 a.m. under the leadership of the Reverend James A. Starnes. 

Bible Study: Bishop Minnick continued his study of the Corinthian letters of St. Paul, 
following singing of the opening hymns and prayer. 

Calling the Conference to Order Bishop Minnick gaveled the Conference to order 
for the business of the day at 9:30 a.m. 

Report of the Committee on Minutes: Stan Smith moved the approval of the 
minutes of yesterday's session. Approval was unanimously granted. He went on to laud 
the work of Evelyn Lane and Jennie Taylor in putting together the minutes of the Annual 
Conference. He asked the Conference to authorize the Committee on Minutes to approve 
the remainder of the minutes. The Conference approved his request. 

Motion: Randall Baker moved that "tapes of Bishop Storey's sermons and other srvices 
be made available". The motion was adopted unanimously. 

Report on Global Covenant Community: Mark W. Wethington brought the report. 
Wethington directed the Conference's attention to the report on page 1 1 5 of The Con- 
ference Program, Recommendations and Reports, 1990. He expressed the hope that the 
covenant declaration into which our Annual Conference has entered with the Methodist 
Church in Peru might serve as a model for pastors, lay persons, local churches, districts, 
and the Annual Conference as a whole for entering into similar covenants and relation- 
ships with the church in other parts of the world. He further emphasized the "world parish" 
to which we have been called to minister, especially among those seeking peace and jus- 
tice in conditions of oppression, abuse, and war. The Conference endorsed the covenant 
unanimously. (For further details of the report, see section V of the Journal.) 

Report of the Committee on Episcopacy: Ruth L. Cade was asked by Bishop Min- 
nick to come to the podium to present the report. Cade wrote down the word "episcopacy," 
assigning a word to each letter (e.g., "every" for the E) by way of explaining both what the 
committee does and the nature of the committee's relationship to both the Annual Con- 
ference and the Bishop. She then did the same thing with the word "bishop" (e.g., "busy" 
for the B) by way of explaining who the Bishop is, something of his duties, and his relation- 
ship to both the Annual Conference and the general church. She expressed appreciation 
for Bishop and Mrs. Minnick's ministry within the Conference. (For the written report, see 
section V of the Journal.) 

Return to Report of the Committee on Nominations: G. Robert McKenzie came 
to the podium to complete the report of the committee. McKenzie offered several more 
changes in the report. Bishop Minnick called for a vote on the report as a whole, and it 
was adopted unanimously. 



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Election of Chancellor: Bishop Minnick called on James Coile to offer the name of 
J. Phil Carlton as the chancellor of the NC Annual Conference. The Honorable Judge 
Carlton was elected unanimously. Quinton Covington asked what the duties of the chan- 
cellor are. Coile responded that he served as legal advisor to the Conference. 

Report of the Board of Health and Welfare Ministries: Ann Collins came to the 
podium to introduce Dr. Robert Pitzer for the purpose of explaining and leading the dis- 
cussion on the articles of incorporation for the Asbury Homes, which are being incor- 
porated by the Annual Conference for the purpose of serving persons with handicapping 
conditions. 

Dr. Pitzer described the needs which the Asbury Homes are meant to try to serve - 
needs such as the provision of a spiritual climate, a loving environment, and a setting in 
which the full potentialities of persons with handicapping conditions can be developed. 
He described the work of the committee on the Asbury Homes which has taken place 
over the last four years, and the process of receiving information, education, etc., which 
led up to the proposal being made today. He described the nature of the homes, the vision 
upon which they are based, which would be as small residentially based homes consist- 
ing of no more than four to six residents as well as a house manager. He also described 
the process by which houses would be obtained for the homes, and mentioned the pos- 
sibility that there were those sitting in the auditorium this morning who might have such 
a house that they would be willing to donate for this ministry. He said that the cost of 
operating one of the homes would be approximately $100,000 per year, plus $1400 to 
$1 500 per resident per month (though at least some of the money to support each resi- 
dent would come from sources such as supplemental security income.). He said that ap- 
portionment would not be asked of local churches to support the ministry, but rather that 
voluntary contributions, as well as contributions to the Advance Special program would 
be sought. 

In describing the need for the homes, he said that in the Western NC Annual Con- 
ference several homes are already in operation through CMAR (United Methodist Agen- 
cy for the Retarded), but that over 200 names are still on a waiting list for places in a facility 
such as he has described. He assured the Conference that, given the great responsibility 
involved in treating those with handicapping conditions, no homes would be developed 
or opened unless the financial resources were already in place. He concluded by asking 
for the Conference's approval to incorporate the Asbury Homes, Inc. 

Question: Floyd Evans asked if there would be any age requirements for those in the 
homes. Pitzer replied that patients would need to be 1 8 years of age and older. 

John Whited asked if $10,000 has been budgeted for 1991 to the Asbury Homes. 
Herb Stout replied that the answer was yes. 

Question: The question was raised by Patricia Edwards about whether people would 
be served regardless of gender, and whether each home would be single sex or co-ed. 
Pitzer replied that both men and women would be served, and that both single sex and 
co-ed homes would be used. In reply to a further question, Pitzer also noted that the 
vision was eventually to serve those with both mental and physical handicaps, but that 
the current focus was on mental handicaps. 

Question: John Harwood raised a question about the reception of Federal dollars for 
a church related institution. Pitzer replied that the church-state separation question would 
not be a problem because we would not be receiving a grant from the government, but 
rather would be providing a service which the government would purchase. 

Question: Wendall Guthrie asked whether there are any limitations on the severity of 
the handicap which could be served in the homes. Pitzer replied that the initial target would 
be moderate to mild retardation, but eventually those with severe and profound hand- 
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James Evans of Mt. Gilead, a rest home operator, brought to light certain facts about 
the way indigent health care is financed in North Carolina. He also spoke against the 
proposal. A member from Burlington District asked if United Methodists would be given 
preference in the admissions process. Pitzer indicated that Methodists would be given 
some preference, but not exclusive preference. 

Question: Bob Harris asked whether the $1 0,000 start up money was per home or 
per year and whether it would be a continuing appropriation. Pitzer replied that it would 
be per year, and that no projections have been made beyond the first year. 

Ann Collins came to the podium to make a number of typographical and other minor 
changes. (For the corrected report, see section V of the Journal.) 

Question: Van Haywood of Orange GMC in Chapel Hill asked whether it was possible 
to insure that employees were Christians if Federal funds were accepted. Ann Collins ex- 
pressed confidence in the Board of Trustees that Christians would be employed to serve 
the homes. Riley Hamilton suggested that the per case cost was excessive. Pitzer noted 
that the cost is high but is such because the attempt is to provide "normalization," and a 
loving environment, rather than a strictly institutional one, for those who are served. 

Eric Lindblade rose to speak against the proposal, noting cost as the primary reason 
for his opposition. Ernie Wendell spoke in favor of the proposal, basing his support on 
the Christian responsibility to seek out need and to serve it. Hugh Cameron expressed 
concern about the long term liability that the homes would incur for the Conference. Pit- 
zer replied that long term liability should not be a problem, because the State of North 
Carolina has an indemnification fund insuring non-profit organizations in liability situa- 
tions. 

Bishop Minnick halted discussion, deferring the vote and the continued discussion 
until the afternoon session. 

Recognition of Clergy Partners Association: Bishop Minnick asked the members 
of the Clergy Partners Association to stand and be recognized, which they were with a 
warm round of applause. 

Announcements: Secretary Coile made announcements. 

Recess: The Conference stood in recess until the 1 1 :00 a.m. Memorial Service. 

Memorial Service: The Memorial Service was held at 1 1 :00 a.m. in Reeves 
Auditorium with Bishop C. P. Minnick, Jr., presiding, and the Rev. Jimmy F. Cummings 
preaching. (See synopsis of the entire service and memorials of the honored deceased in 
section IV of the Journal.) 

THIRD DAY, AFTERNOON SESSION, Friday, June 15, 1990 

Calling the Conference to Order: The Bishop called for singing of hymn 474, Pre- 
cious Lord, Take My Hand. He then asked for requests from the congregation. No. 593, 
Here I Am Lord, was suggested and sung. 

Continuation of Report of Board of Health and Welfare Ministries: Sam Brown 
spoke against the proposed establishment of the Homes and reminded the Conference 
about the deficits of the various retirement homes, and the financial obligation which that 
places upon the Conference. Stan Smith spoke in favor of the proposal, reminding the 
Conference that the previous two days preaching had urged the church to be a caring 
and compassionate community. John Whitehead, opposing the proposal, emphasized 
the extra burden placed upon small churches by a financial outlay such as that proposed. 
Vassar Jones, one of those who helped in development of the proposal, spoke in favor of 
it and expressed confidence that money is present in the Conference. 

Kendall Guthrie rose to move to table the proposal. His motion was defeated. 

John Andrews spoke in favor of the proposal, citing his personal experience of raising 
a mentally handicapped child, and his hope that his child will someday be able to enter 
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Ed Privette offered an amendment that the denominational relationship shall not in- 
clude, at this time, any financial responsibility upon the North Carolina Conference. 
Privette then spoke to his motion, indicating his support for the concept, but saying that 
his desire is to deal with the financial concern that has been expressed by members, and 
to avoid placing any more burden on an already over-burdened Conference budget. 
Keith Letchworth of Avent Ferry in Raleigh opposed Privette's amendment as he had 
worked with group homes of the sort that have been proposed, and said that start up 
money of the type proposed in this year's budget was necessary at some point, regard- 
less of where it comes from. He also noted that government funds are not available for 
start-up purposes. There being no further discussion, the amendment was voted upon, 
and defeated. 

Charles M. Smith moved the previous question. The previous question was called. 

Motion: A motion to "table the proposal for clarification of an inconsistency in Par. 
25.01 " in the matter of amending the by-laws was made by Rene Bideaux. The motion 
was passed. The proposal to incorporate the Asbury Homes was tabled until later in the 
Conference. 

Recognition: The present and newly elected chancellors of the North Carolina An- 
nual Conference, Marshall B. Hartsfield and J. Phil Carlton, were recognized. The Bishop 
presented Hartsfield to the Conference, and he was welcomed with a warm round of ap- 
plause upon the presentation of the plaque commemorating his eleven years of service 
to the Annual Conference. Judge Carlton was similarly greeted with a round of applause. 

Report of the Methodist Retirement Home: Mokie Standi brought the report. He 
offered brief details about the work of the retirement homes across the Conference, and 
progress of various kinds which have been made, particularly at Wesley Pines and Cypress 
Glen. He also explained some aspects of the functioning of the homes, and particularly 
the financial arrangement which can be made by those wishing to enter the home. (For 
full report, see Section V of the Journal.) 

Greetings: President Bill Likens of Greensboro College brought greetings from the 
college community and his office to the Annual Conference. 

Amendment: Returning to the Asbury Homes, Ann Collins, by way of clarifying the 
by-law amendment issue, brought the following amendment to the report: add "with the 
approval of the North Carolina Annual Conference". This amendment was accepted into 
the report as a friendly amendment without vote. 

A final vote on the proposal was taken, and the proposal was approved overwhelm- 
ingly. 

Report of the Methodist Foundation: Thomas E. Chandler was invited to the 
podium by Bishop Minnick to deliver the report. Chandler noted that this year marks the 
35th anniversary of the founding of the Foundation. He also stated that our Annual Con- 
ference ranked third among all annual conferences in the value of its assets held through 
the Methodist Foundation. With pride, he told the Conference that for the first time, 
dividends distributed from Foundation funds totaled over 2 million dollars. 

The Charter restatement and amendment found on pages 67-71 of The Conference 
Program, Recommendations and Reports, 1990, was placed before the Conference. It 
was approved unanimously. (For full report of the Foundation, see Section V of the Jour- 
nal.) 

Report No 2 of the Committee on Resolutions: Gwen Henderson came to the 
podium to present the report. 

Resolution on Child Pornography: The resolution on child pornography was placed 
before the Conference. 

Amendment: Quinton Covington offered the following amendment: Add: "Be it fur- 
ther resolved: that each GM in the NC Conference identify those businesses which sell 
such pornographic materials. After identifying these businesses, take the following ac- 



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tions: 1 ) Write letters of objection to owners of such businesses of both the display and 
sale of such material, 2) Boycott such businesses until pornographic material is removed 
from stores, 3) Ask the city council of our local municipalities to pass ordinances which 
will prohibit the operation of adult book stores, and 4) Write to our representatives in State 
government to pass laws with enough bite to discourage adult book stores from operat- 
ing in the State of NC. Be it further resolved that this program be included as a permanent 
priority of the Board of Church and Society of the NC Annual Conference and included 
in the Book of Recommendations of each Annual Conference." The amendment was ap- 
proved. 

The resolution was then overwhelmingly adopted. 

Resolution on the Lottery: The resolution on the lottery was placed before the Con- 
ference. The resolution was approved. 

Resolution on Evangelism: The resolution on evangelism was recommended for 
referral to the Conference Board of Evangelism. Mark Kennedy, the author of the resolu- 
tion, rose to speak to the resolution, in order to clarify questions raised by the Commit- 
tee on Resolutions. He stated that the intention of the resolution was that we become 
intentional in our evangelism of those outside the local church, that we may bring to them 
the Good News of Jesus Christ and the opportunity for discipleship. The recommenda- 
tion to refer the resolution was rejected. 

Stan Smith offered an amendment in rewording. The amendment was rejected. 

Sam McMillan offered an amendment in rewording. His amendment was rejected. 

The resolution then was overwhelmingly adopted. 

Resolution on Wesley Foundation: The resolution regarding the Wesley Founda- 
tion of the University of North Carolina at Greensboro was placed before the Conference. 
The resolution was adopted. 

Gwen Henderson thanked the Annual Conference for its work on these resolutions. 

Gayla Estes asked about the 1 988 General Conference's mandate on Prison Reforms, 
a document distributed earlier and referred to the Committee on Resolutions. 

Motion: Estes repeated her motion "that we refer the document on Prison Reforms to 
the CCOM for implementation and to report back to the next Annual Conference on the 
progress." The motion was adopted. 

Motion: Milton Gilbert moved the following: ""In reference to Section II, Article IV, Par. 
1 4, of the Constitution of The United Methodist Church, which, in specifying the authority 
of the General Conference, states: '14. To secure the rights and privileges of member- 
ship in all agencies, programs, and institutions, in The United Methodist Church regard- 
less of race or status,' We ask for a declaratory decision from the Judicial Council 
concerning the following question: Can an Annual Conference in organizing its Con- 
ference Council of Ministries enact legislation establishing a limited tenure for clergy 
employed as Conference Council on Ministries staff and an unlimited tenure for layper- 
sons employed as Conference Council on Ministries staff." The motion was adopted u- 
nanimously. 

Report of the North Carolina Conference Rural Fellowship: Randy L. Wall 
brought the report of the Fellowship. Wall noted that this year is the 50th anniversary of 
the founding of the United Methodist Rural Fellowship. He described the Fellowship as 
an organization dedicated to giving a voice to the concerns, problems, and ministry of 
small churches. He described the wide variety of activities in which the fellowship is 
engaged, both over the years, and within the past year. Wall also offered details concern- 
ing this Fall's Bishop's Convocation on the Small Membership Church. 

Key Taylor Town and County Mission Award: Charles M. Cooke and Tommy 
Privette presented the award. The award goes to a small membership church, dedicated 
to local and foreign missions. Following a description of the outstanding ministry of the 



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local church receiving the award, it was presented to the Reverend Ron Snider and mem- 
bers of his charge, Warren's Grove United Methodist Church in Person County. 

Report of the Committee on Conference Entertainment: Larry Robinson came 
to the podium to present the report. To much laughter, Robinson asked members of the 
Committee to stand, and was greeted with laughter when it was noted by the Bishop that 
none of them appeared to be present! 

Recommendation no. 1 to meet at Methodist College in 1991 was placed before the 
Conference. Quinton Covington asked about whether a stage would be built. The Bishop 
replied that investigation would be undertaken before making a decision about the pos- 
sible use of Riddle Center at Methodist College in 1991 . The recommendation was ac- 
cepted by the Conference. 

Recommendation 2 to require local churches to pay cost for its lay and clergy mem- 
bers was then placed before the Conference. Bill Spencer spoke against it. 

Rufus Carraway offered an amendment that all delegates take a weeks vacation for 
Annual Conference and pay their own way. He then spoke to his amendment. This was 
rejected. Randall Baker asked about food services here at the Conference. 

Jack Harmon of First GMC in Havelock pointed out that the cost per member of An- 
nual Conference is $46, and his church could not afford to send him by itself. Recom- 
mendation 2 was then voted upon, and rejected overwhelmingly. 

Recommendation 3, following the prior vote, was not presented to the Conference. 
The report of the Committee was then approved as a whole. (For the complete and ap- 
proved text of the Committee on Conference Entertainment, see Section V of the Jour- 
nal.) 

Report of the Committee to Study Lay/Clergy Equalization: J. Ma Hoy Owen III 
came to the podium to present the Committee's report. Owen explained the rationale for 
the Committee's work - to put together all of the rules of the Discipline and Conference 
proceedings designating who shall be a voting member of the Annual Conference. Draw- 
ing analogy with the compromise which resulted in the of two Houses of Congress, Owen 
explained the dilemma of representing each church at the same time that steps toward 
proportional representation in membership are taken. He then introduced the report. 

Steve Hickle offered an amendment concerning selection of additional needed lay 
members. Hickle then spoke in favor of his amendment. The amendment was overwhelm- 
ingly rejected. 

Amendment: J. B. Helms offered the following amendment: "Delete first sentence in 
K and delete all of L. The second K would replace the first sentence of old K." Helms then 
spoke to the amendment. Helms' amendment was clarified from the floor as simply delet- 
ing L as proposed by the Committee, as well as eliminating the first sentence of the old 
item K of the Committees 1 989 report. 

Mark Wethington spoke in favor of the Helms amendment. Mark Kennedy spoke 
against the Helms amendment, pointing out that the bulk of the membership of the Con- 
ference is found in large rather than small churches, and the amendment would have the 
effect of over balancing power in the direction of small churches with fewer members rep- 
resenting fewer people. Frances Daniel spoke in favor of the amendment, noting that 
members of Annual Conference represent churches, rather than individual people. 

Motion: G. Robert McKenzie called for the previous question on the amendment. The 
previous question was called. Discussion being ended, Owen was allowed a final word on 
the recommendation of the Committee.The amendment was adopted. 

The Report as amended was then before the Conference. 

Motion: Gwen Henderson moved to table the report. The motion to table was ac- 
cepted by a large majority of the Conference. 



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Report of the Board of Higher Education and Campus Ministry: James E. Vann 
placed the report before the Conference, it was accepted overwhelmingly. (For further 
details of the report, see Section V of the Journal.) 

Proposed Amendment on the North Carolina State Commission on Campus 
Ministry By-Laws: Joe Mann brought the report before the Conference. It was accepted 
unanimously. (For the amendment, see Section V of the Journal.) 

Nominations: James E. Vann presented the nominations for camps, campus minis- 
try, and other trustee positions. The report as corrected from the podium was accepted 
by the Conference. (For the full list of nominations, see Section V of the Journal.) 

Scholarship Presentations: Tom MeMn, chairperson of the Scholarship Commit- 
tee of the Conference Board of Higher Education and Campus Ministry, came to the 
podium to make scholarship presentations. Two Student Day Offering Scholarships were 
presented to Regina Lynn Burger of Louisburg College and David Lynch of Louisburg 
College, each in the amount of $500; the Blackburn Scholarship ($5,000 over four years), 
given to Jonathan Daniel Royall of Methodist College; and Gregg Allen Presnal, of North 
Carolina Wesleyan College. 

Introductions: CCOM Executive Director G. Robert McKenzie introduced Sarah 
Brock, Linda Harris, Tiajuana Jackson, Diana Hunter, Sandy Provenzano, Linda Smith, 
and Sandy Smith from the CCOM staff, who were greeted with a warm round of applause. 

David Harvin attempted to move that the rules be suspended to allow for immediate 
consideration of the Council on Finance and Administration report. The motion was over- 
whelmingly defeated. 

Report of the Commission on Equitable Salaries: Charles K. Morrison brought 
the report before the Conference. Morrison explained the mechanism by which the figures 
found on the salary schedule in the report were determined. The report was passed without 
dissent. (For the text of the report, see Section V of the Journal.) 

Point of Order: Maness Mitchell stated, "Mr. President: I rise to a point of order per- 
taining to the report of the Equitable Salaries Commission in the 1 989 Conference Jour- 
nal, pages 196-197. I did not withdraw my motion after the explanation given by Mr. 
Warren and Mr. McKenzie, as reported in the last two lines of page 1 96. It was withdrawn 
after Mr. Sam McMillan, Jr. rose to a point of information as recorded at the top of page 
1 97. Mr. McMillan did not make a clarification; rather, he made a correction to Part 2, Item 
6, noting that some words had been left out. This correction is recorded in the 1 989 Con- 
ference Journal, page 319, report of Equitable Salaries Commission, Part 2, Item 6. It is 
also reflected in this year's report as printed in The Conference Program, Recommenda- 
tions and Reports, page 91 , Part 2, Item 6, which reads as follows: '6. Missional goals of 
the Church MAY NECESSITATE EQCIITABLE SALARY SUPPORT for some churches for 
a longer period of time; however, it is hoped that all churches will fervently seek to com- 
ply with the guidelines stated above." 

The Bishop asked the Conference if it would accept the changes in the Journal record 
suggested by Mitchell. The Conference was amenable to those changes. They will appear 
in the report as it appears in the 1990 Journal. 

Report of the Pastoral Care Committee: Rodney G. Hamm came to the podium 
to give the report. Hamm pointed out several minor corrections which needed to be made 
in the report in order to bring it into line with the brochure published by the Pastoral Care 
Committee.He then moved the report for Conference consideration. It was adopted over- 
whelmingly. (For full text of the report, see Section V of the Journal.) 

Report of the Joint Committee on Disability: Kermit Braswell came to the podium 
to offer the report. One minor correction was made on the report. It was adopted without 
debate. (For the full report, see Section V of the Journal.) 

Report of the Minister's Expense Committee: Charles K. Morrison returned to the 
podium to give the report to the Conference. Morrison moved the adoption of the report 



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in its entirety after brief remarks. The report was adopted. (See Section V of the Journal 
for text of the report.) 

Presentation of Charters to New Congregations: Tom Collins came to the 
podium, and invited the Reverend Camille Yorkey Edwards and the members of the 
Seaside GMC present at Annual Conference to come to the stage to receive the Charter 
for their new church, founded in July of 1 989. The Charter presentation was greeted with 
enthusiastic applause from the Annual Conference. Collins then invited the Reverend Eul 
Lark Kim and members of his Raleigh Korean GMC to come to the stage to be introduced 
to the Conference. Collins told the audience that July 22, 1 990 would see the chartering 
of Raleigh Korean as a Gnited Methodist Congregation. 

Wakefield Gift: Collins then introduced Mr. & Mrs. Edward Wilson, executors of the 
estate of Olaf Wakefield, to present to the Conference, gifts from her estate of 1 6.1 acres 
of land in North Raleigh and checks totaling $450,000, to be used for the construction 
of a new church in that city. The gifts and the Wilsons were greeted with extended ova- 
tion for their contributions to the new churches of the Conference. 

Report of the Committee on District Conference Records: Susan C. Lindblade 
offered the report of the Committee. It was accepted without dissent. 

Presentation of Conference Construction Coordinator: David E. Brownlee came 
to the podium in order to offer a slide presentation and present the new Conference con- 
struction coordinator. He explained the process by which the Board of Missions decided 
to hire a coordinator, and the process by which the coordinator was chosen. The coor- 
dinator is Gary Smith, a member of First Gnited Methodist Church in Cary, as well as a 
general contractor and experienced builder. Brownlee then had Smith come to the 
microphone so that he could narrate the slide presentation, and in the process explain 
some of the work which is being done at Jerusalem Gnited Methodist Church. 

Introduction of New Camp Directors: H. Gray Southern introduced Dennis Tawney, 
the new Director of Camp Rockfish, and Bill Howington, the new Director of Camp 
Chestnut Ridge. They were greeted with warm applause by the Conference. 

Report of the Continuation Committee of the Spirit for Tomorrow Campaign: 
The report was brought to the Conference by Beth M. Norris. Norris listed a number of 
the churches newly founded to which grants have been made from the Spirit for Tomor- 
row Campaign Funds. She stated that over $400,000 has been spent to date on new 
churches. She also listed several improvements which have been made or are in process 
at the Conference camps. She also mentioned future plans which are on the drawing 
board at the camps. She lauded the effort of the Conference both in its initial decision to 
undertake the campaign and those who are taking part with their contributions. 

She invited to the stage representatives of the following churches, which have already 
paid 100 to 125% of their assigned goals: Bethel GMC, Burlington District; Resurrection 
GMC, Durham District; Mount Zion GMC, Elizabeth City District; Woodington GMC and 
Webb Chapel GMC, in the Greenville District; Calvary GMC, Raleigh's District; Roseland 
GMC, Sanford District; Genesis GMC, Raleigh District; West Robeson GMC, Rockingham 
District; Seaside GMC, Wilmington District; Evans GMC, Elizabeth City District; and Korean 
GMC, Fayetteville District. 

Composite Report of the Conference Council on Ministries: G. Robert McKenzie 
presented the composite report. McKenzie began by introducing Clyde Dunn, Cliff Shoaf, 
and Albert Shuler, who are leaving the Conference Council on Ministries Staff (Shuler 
moving to the Durham District Superintendency, Dunn to Trinity Church in Jacksonville, 
and Shoaf retiring.) An appreciative round of applause was offered by the Conference for 
their service on the CCOM. By way of "putting faces" on our giving to the work of the Con- 
ference Council on Ministries, each of the three associate directors of the council came 
to the podium to offer brief descriptions and testimonies to the work which they do in 
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Clyde Dunn related the story of a prisoner whom he has frequently visited, who has 
been helped by Yoke Fellow Ministries, which is in turn supported by our Annual Con- 
ference. Cliff Shoaf described the founding of a new and growing and vital youth group 
in the New Bern District which stemmed from the work of Mike Register, serving as a 
teacher of United Methodist Men in January Workshops. Albert Shuler told the story of 
the young man, seeking to enter the ministry, who was assisted in his education by the 
Conference. McKenzie concluded by reading a letter from Mrs. Herman Jessup from 
Elizabeth City, which had been included with a $1 Club contribution in response to the 
recent call to assist a Methodist Church in Yugoslavia. 

Testimonial: The Vitalization Program: The Bishop invited Stephen C. Compton 
to come forward to bring the testimonial. Compton stated that the program has been 
blessed in its ability to increase the number of consultants used from the original projected 
fifteen to a total of 20, plus 2 alternates. He stated also that three of the consultants are 
lay people, and the rest clergy members of the Annual Conference. He described the pur- 
pose as well as the scope of the program, mentioning specifically the goal of involving 
1 95 churches in the task of clarifying missional objectives and goals, and helping them 
to implement them. Compton said that a total of 81 churches have been selected and in- 
volved in the program in its first year. He also described the continuing education objec- 
tives and plan of the Mentors Program, which is involving two pastors per district in 
monthly meetings to learn the "12 keys" method of long range planning. Compton then 
invited pastors of several churches which are involved in the program to come and to 
bring testimonials to the effect that the program has had in their churches. Compton con- 
cluded the testimonial by asking all who have been involved in the program in any way 
to stand and be recognized as participants, following with the presentation of a T-shirt to 
Bishop Minnick to honor him for his role in getting the Vitalization Program off the ground. 

Report of the Conference Board of Trustees: Myron C. Banks was asked by Bishop 
Minnick to come forward to present the report of the board. Banks offered details about 
the work of the Conference Board of Trustees over the previous year, particularly with 
regard to its responsibilities for property management of Conference staff parsonages in 
Raleigh, as well as involvement in the sale of church properties throughout the area Con- 
ference. (The report was approved by voice vote.) 

Bishop Minnick then went to the podium to present him with a placque expressing the 
Conference's appreciation for his services as chairperson for the Board of Trustees. The 
assembled members seconded the appreciation with applause. 

Point of Personal Privilege: Elizabeth Watson was recognized to give credit to Rick 
Clayton, director of the previous night's program, and Mark Pace, music director for last 
night's program, for the excellent work which they did on the program. She also offered 
commendations to Clyde Dunn, associate director of Conference Council on Ministries 
who has missions as the major part of his portfolio, for the work which he has done over 
the last six years with the Board of Missions. Mrs. Watson also sought to "put a face on 
missions" by introducing Alison Hyman of Raleigh, an intern in Missions in Liberia. Final- 
ly, she introduced Herbert Zigbuo, General Board of Global Ministries missionary to 
Liberia, and director of the Ganta Mission Station there. 

Zigbuo and his children (his wife Mary is in Indiana with the North Indiana Annual Con- 
ference) were asked by Bishop Minnick to come to the stage, where Zigbuo offered words 
of greetings, appreciation, and celebration for the support of the Annual Conference of 
his ministry. Zigbuo and his family were accorded a standing ovation on behalf of their ef- 
forts in Liberia. 

Bishop Minnick then asked for the pleasure of the Conference in setting the agenda. 
It was decided that the report of the Council on Finance and Administration would be 
postponed until tomorrow morning. 

Adjournment: The Bishop adjourned the Conference until Saturday morning for the 
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THIRD DAY, EVENING SESSION, Friday, June 15, 1990 

At 8:00 p.m. the Conference was convened in Reeves Auditorium for worship with 
Bishop Peter Storey preaching. Special music was rendered by the North Carolina Con- 
ference Mass Choir, directed by James Powers, Highland CJMC. (For a synopsis of the en- 
tire service, see worship bulletin, A Service of Worship, June 1 5, 1 990.) 

FOURTH DAY, MORNING SESSION, Saturday, June 16, 1990 

The Love Feast: The Reverend Richard Blankenhorn led in the Love Feast, preach- 
ing the Word of God and leading the assembled members of the Conference in praise, 
prayer, singing, and testimonies to the work of the Lord in their lives, the lives of their 
churches, and the life of the Annual Conference. The traditional bread and water were 
distributed, the Spirit of The Lord was much in evidence, as is always the case at our An- 
nual Conference Love Feast. 

Recess: A recess was called in order to prepare for the business session to come. 

Call to Order: Bishop Minnick called the Annual Conference to order at 9:35 a.m.. 

Return to Report of the Conference Council on Finance and Administration: 
Cashar Evans came to present the report of CF&A. Conference Treasurer Herb Stout 
began by walking the Conference through the process by which the budget is developed 
and adopted by CF&A. He also explained a handout which detailed funds requested in 
1 987, raised in 1 988, and spent in 1 989. He offered this sheet in response to the Barton 
Baldwin information request motion made on Wednesday. 

Question: Quinton Covington rose to ask a question about the 1989 remaining 
balance of $288, 126. 

Covington moved to take $10,000 of the $288,126 reflected in the 1989 remaining 
balance and be paid to the Asbury Homes and the $10,000 removed from the line item 
reported in the budget. Covington explained that the object was to remove the $1 0,000 
in question from the area of apportionments and take it from left-over funds. Herb Stout 
spoke against the amendment, basing his opposition on the nature of the budgeting 
process that we use. He noted that the $1 0,000 in question would not make a significant 
impact on apportions, and that since that is the case, it is important to maintain the in- 
tegrity of the budgeting process. Roger Cope spoke against the Covington amendment, 
pointing out the minimum impact that the apportionment would have on small churches. 
The amendment was then voted upon, and defeated. 

Evans returned to the podium and began by adding Spring GMC (on the Spring-Garys- 
burg Charge) to the list of churches which paid 1 00% of their Outreach Ministries appor- 
tionment for 1989. He then directed the Conference's attention to page 78 of The 
Conference Program, Recommendations and Reports, 1990, and made a correction on 
line 30 of the budget, substituting $683,900 for $703,098 in the District Superintendent's 
Salary Fund. (For full impact of this change on other lines of the budget, see the CF&A 
Report in Section V of the Journal.) He went on to note that the 3.67% increase in the 
Conference budget for 1 992 is the smallest increase in recent Conference history. He 
noted that because of changes in accounting procedures, certain line items have gone 
up significantly (e.g. , the Board of Education and the Commission on Outdoor and Camp- 
ing Ministries), while actual expenses have not gone up. 

Addressing the third largest item in the budget, he pointed out that the increase in Dis- 
trict Superintendent's salaries is 5.53%, as compared with an average Conference in- 
crease of 5.95%. He also explained the reason for the 227.27% increase in Methodist 
Building maintenance, saying it represented the actual cost of maintaining the Conferen- 
ces portion of the Methodist Building. 

Evans concluded by noting that through the apportionments and the work of the An- 
nual Conference which it supports, work is possible in the name of Christ which would 
be impossible if undertaken by individual churches. He then moved the adoption of the 
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John Whited of Hebron CJMC attempted an amendment concerning line 1 5 on page 
80, ll-b, which was defeated. 

Question: Vernon Brown raised a question about the adequacies of Equitable Salary 
Funds. Charles K. Morrison, Equitable Salaries Commission chairperson, assured the 
Conference that adequate funds are available to carry out the work of the commission. 
Question: Maness Mitchell asked how much money CF&A has available to make sup- 
plementary appropriations. Cashar Evans responded that for this year, $792,000 were 
available for supplementary appropriations. The Bishop added that the figure changes 
from year to year because of the nature of the investments which the Conference makes 
of the funds which it receives each year. 

Question: Norma Wingo raised a question about Methodist Building maintenance. 
Herb Stout pointed out that rentals of the portion of the building unused by the Con- 
ference will cover maintenance only if there are no large maintenance items to deal with. 
Other items (e.g., large repairs such as air conditioner renovation) must come from ap- 
propriation of the Conference budget. 

George Megill urged better stewardship upon members of the Conference, and the 
local churches, in order that the Conference budget can be met. He explained that he 
was "in culture shock," having recently returned from Brazil as a missionary, and being 
amazed at how little members of the North Carolina Annual Conference give as to por- 
tions of their salary compared to the poor of Brazil. 

Bill Cottingham expressed concern that the Seminary Visitation Fund is not being util- 
ized and seminarians therefore are not being seen by their district superintendents. 

The previous question on all that was before us was called. The previous question 
being passed, debate was ended. The vote on the CF&A Report was then taken, and it 
was approved overwhelmingly. 

Motion: Dennis Goodwin moved that the future budgets to be presented to members 
at the Annual Conference include all estimated revenue (including interest earnings) and 
all estimated expenses (including supplemental appropriations). He explained that his 
purpose was to include ALL revenue as expenses for the approval of the Conference. 

Herb Stout spoke in opposition to the motion. He stated that it would remove the 
flexibility the Conference has in both raising and spending its resources. Rufus Butner 
stated his belief that the motion was only asking for information, thus his support of it. 

Sam Dixon spoke against the motion. He pointed particularly to the work of the Dis- 
aster Preparedness Committee and said that such rapid response to natural disasters was 
possible only because of the system currently in place. Mark Lykins asked whether in fact 
only information was requested. Dixon stated that the information requested is available 
in the Journal, in the Annual Audit Column and through other sources. Stout pointed 
out that the motion actually would mandate that only the Annual Conference itself could 
make supplemental appropriations. Kermit Braswell spoke against the motion, second- 
ing the remarks of Stout and Dixon. 

Substitute Motion: Kermit Braswell moved to substitute the following for the Good- 
win amendment: "that the reference pages from the previous year's budget for sup- 
plementary appropriations and income for this purpose be printed on the page of the 
budget in the Book of Reports." 

Motion: Robert Frazier moved that both the Braswell substitute and the Goodwin 
amendment be referred to the Conference Council on Ministries to report to the 1991 
Annual Conference on both the positive and negative implications of both proposals. 
Herb Stout spoke against the motion to refer. Reginald Ponder raised a question about 
the meaning of the Goodwin amendment. Clyde Dunn spoke in favor of the motion to 
refer. William Simpson spoke against the motion to refer, citing disciplinary questions that 
can be raised about referring a financial matter to the Conference Council on Ministries. 
Langill Watson called the previous question on the motion to refer. The motion failed. 



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Denny Wise stated his belief that "the motion to refers purpose was to prevent the fox 
from guarding the hen house." Ernie Wendell spoke against the motion to refer, and in 
favor of Braswell's substitute. 

The motion to refer was voted upon, and was rejected. The vote was then taken on 
the Braswell substitute, which was passed. The Braswell substitute, having taken the place 
of Goodwin's amendment, was then voted upon as the main motion, and was passed 
overwhelmingly. 

Motion: Al Fisher moved "as of January 1 , 1 992 that the statement in the letter of 
management of McGladrey and Pullen, the North (Carolina) Annual Conference Auditors, 
noting that the work of the Conference Treasurer and the work of computer services 
should be separated, be implemented. I further move that CFA include in the 1 992 budget 
sufficient funding for this program." Fisher then spoke in favor of his amendment. 

Cashar Evans stated that the cost of implementing the Fisher motion would be over 
$50,000. Sam Dixon spoke in favor of the motion, even as he stated that he has full con- 
fidence in the employees of the treasurer's office. He also stated his belief that the cost of 
implementing the motion would be closer to $150,000, but believed it to be a prudent 
and necessary expense. William Simpson, chairperson of the Data Processing Commit- 
tee of the CFA, echoed Dixon's remarks, doing so from the standpoint of opposing the 
amendment on the basis of cost. Charles M. Smith spoke in favor of the motion, stating 
that "without casting aspersion on the integrity of the treasurer's office, it is necessary that 
we have more checks and balances than are presently in place". He also stated that one 
of the auditors of our accounts believes that the cost would be $75,000 for two people 
to do the work in question. 

Jimmy Cummings moved the previous question. The motion passed. The Fisher mo- 
tion was read to the Conference again. A vote was taken and the motion was approved. 

Report of the General Council on Ministries: Robby Lowry brought the report. 
(For the text of the report, see Section V of the Journal.) 

Report of the SEJ Administrative Council: Dr. Reginald W. Ponder brought the 
report. He stated with pride that 1989 saw the largest number of participants in SEJ 
programs in the 1 980s. He also told the Conference that, unlike some past years, the SEJ 
program agency is now on completely sound financial footing. (For the full report, see 
Section V of the Journal.) 

Hymn: Bishop Minnick called on Caswell Shaw to come forward and lead the con- 
gregation in the singing of hymn 469, Jesus Is All the World to Me. 

Camping Trustee Elections: H. Gray Southern moved the election of nominations 
for trustees of our Conference camps found on pages 54 and 55 of The Conference 
Program. The vote was to accept the nominations. 

Election of Trustees of the Methodist Children's Home and Methodist Retire- 
ment Homes: Anne Collins moved the election for trustees found on page 67 of The 
Conference Program. The nominations were accepted by the Conference. 

Report of the Conference Statistician: Wallace H. Kirby brought the report on be- 
half of Kimsey King. The report was moved and adopted by the Conference. (For the text 
of the report see Section VI of the Journal.) Bishop Minnick ordered that greetings and 
best wishes be sent on behalf of the Conference to Brother King. 

Report of the Task Force on Systemic Poverty: William L. Bingham brought the 
report and the slide presentation which helped inform the Conference on the work of the 
task force and its findings. Bingham began his report by quoting the words of the prophet 
Isaiah, found in the sixty-first chapter of his book, and declared that the love which we 
have for the least of Christ's brethren must be put into action to be real. He told the Con- 
ference that over one million of fellow North Carolinians live in poverty, including twen- 
ty-five percent of the State's children. He proceeded with a wide variety of statistics, proving 
the case that poverty is indeed tremendously widespread in our midst, especially in the 



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rural parts of our State. He stated that the Task Force on Systemic Poverty stands ready 
to assist local churches in dealing with both the individual victims of poverty and the sys- 
temic causes of poverty found in their local communities. He concluded by citing the ex- 
ample of the early church found in the second chapter of Acts, for dealing with the poor 
and the needful in our midst. By overwhelming vote the report of the task force was grate- 
fully received by the Conference. For the written text submitted by the task force, see Sec- 
tion V of the Journal.) 

Report on Legislative Committees: Dr. Robert C. Frazier brought the report. The 
question dealt with by the report was whether to adopt the "legislative committee" struc- 
ture used by the General Conference for dealing with a variety of issues that come before 
the Conference. He described the system in place in the Western North Carolina Con- 
ference, which was reviewed as a possible model for action by our Conference. After ob- 
serving the work of the Western North Carolina Annual Conference system, this 
committee made the following observations: 

1 . Only about sixty percent of the committee members took part in the committee 
sessions. 2. Leadership was of varying qualities from committee to committee. 3. Ex- 
pertise to answer questions raised in committees was not always available. 4. There were 
participants in discussion in committee who may not have addressed the full, plenary ses- 
sion of the annual conference. 5. Approximately the same ratio of clergy to lay par- 
ticipants in the debates were to be found within their committees within our plenary 
sessions. 6. People were sometimes assigned committees which were not their first 
choice or interest, thus limiting both their participation and input into the decisions of the 
conference. 7. Some of the committees dealt with issues which seemed to be of trivial 
concern, and of little interest to the committee participants. 8. A wide diversity of opinion 
was found among members of the Western Conference about whether the committee 
system is one which they wish to continue, and whether it is properly serving the needs 
of the conference. 

Frazier indicated that his committee's report would recommend that the legislative 
committee system not be implemented by our Conference. Their positive recommenda- 
tion was that the full advantages of the system we currently use be utilized to further the 
work of the Conference. The Bishop asked the Conference to support the action of the 
committee. The action of the committee and its recommendation were supported over- 
whelmingly. 

Report of The Methodist Home for Children: Jim Hickey brought the report. He 
described what he called "a remarkable program of services" which the Methodist Home 
has been able to render to the Conference over the last seven years, as the outreach and 
scope of the ministry of the Methodist Home for Children has expanded to now include 
eight separate locations for its work. He spoke of the future challenge of growing num- 
bers of children in need of the care and services which are offered by institutions such as 
the Methodist Home, and the burden which the administrators, staff, and trustees of the 
Methodist Home feel for continuing to expand the reach of the Home's work. He indi- 
cated that in 1 991 , the leadership of the Methodist Home will bring to the Annual Con- 
ference a strategic long-range plan for the provision of future services into the twenty-first 
century by the Home. He concluded by introducing Lynn James, who has come on the 
staff to assist in the development of this strategic campaign. 

Return to Report of Board of Ordained Ministry: Woodrow W. Wells presented a 
correction to the report given to the opening session of the Conference. (For the chan- 
ges, see the report found in Section III of the Journal.) 

Motion: Bill Simpson moved "reconsideration of the budget and the Report of CF&A". 
The motion was adopted. 

Morion: Bill Simpson moved "that the report of CF&A and the budget on Pages 78- 
79 be amended as follows: that a separate line item be added under 'Connectional 



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Administration' entitled 'Data Processing Services' and the amount be set at $50,000." 
The motion was adopted without dissent. 

Presentation: Kermit BrasweU presented a plaque of appreciation to Charles K. Mor- 
rison, chairperson of the Commission on Equitable Salary, for the work which he has done 
with that commission for the past eight years. The presentation was greeted with an ap- 
preciative round of applause. 

Nominations: G. Robert McKenzie placed before the Conference several nomina- 
tions. Those of the district lay leaders, the various committees on district superintenden- 
cy, and the district boards of trustees. All of these nominations were accepted with two 
changes as noted in the report which is found in the Journal. 

Announcement: Sam McMillan invited members of the Annual Conference to join 
him on the Holy Land trip taking place in February of 1 991 . 

Announcement: Bishop Minnick announced to the Conference that he will be taking 
renewal leave from July 12, 1990 through September 20, 1990. He also announced to 
applause that Bishop Joseph Bethea will take his place as temporary presiding bishop 
during the time when he is on leave. 

Greetings: Secretary Coile offered greetings on behalf of Bishop Joseph Bethea and 
the South Carolina Annual Conference to our Annual Conference. 

Motion: Secretary Coile moved the nominations of District Boards of Church Loca- 
tion and Building, and the District Committees on Ordained Ministry, and that all discipli- 
nary questions be declared answered. The motion was passed. 

Announcement: Coile also reminded the Conference that, with regard to the resolu- 
tion passed on child pornography, guidelines have been established that are found in the 
Book of Resolutions of the 1 988 General Conference which delineate the reasons and 
methods to be followed by both United Methodist individuals and local churches in in- 
stituting or joining a boycott. Other announcements were made. 

Moving Day: Moving day for the clergy is June 26. 

A Covenant for Ministry and the Passing of the Torch: Bishop Minnick called the 
Conference to order at 1 2: 1 p.m., that covenant for ministry might be renewed and the 
appointments fixed. Bishop Minnick began by presenting the four district superintendents 
concluding their terms of service in the Cabinet. These are F. Owen Fitzgerald, Jr., Wal- 
lace H. Kirby, A. P. Hill, Jr., and M. Whit Warren, Jr. He then introduced the four pastors 
who are replacing those leaving the Cabinet. These are: George Johnson going to the 
Burlington District; Albert Shuler going to the Durham District; E. M. Thompson going 
to the Greenville District; and Tom Holtsclaw going to the New Bern District. He then 
asked the new associate directors of the Conference Council on Ministries to come for- 
ward. These are: Carol Strange, Sam Dixon, Ray Warren, and Edith Gleaves. He also 
asked those who are leaving - Albert Shuler, Cliff Shoaf and Clyde Dunn - to stand to 
receive the applause of the Conference. 

The service of worship then proceeded. The Bishop's sermon for the service not only 
was based upon the words of the apostle Paul, his second letter to the Corinthians, but 
in fact was the words of St. Paul. Music for the service was brought by the Conference 
Youth Choir, directed by Bette J. Oglesby. The covenant for ministry was renewed, the 
appointments for 1 990-91 were fixed, and the torch was passed, with the challenge being 
given on behalf of the retiring pastors by Vassar W. Jones, and the response of the class 
of 1 990 elders being given by David O. Malloy. The 1 990 Annual Conference concluded 
with the singing of hymn 593, Here I Am Lord, and warm greetings and love being of- 
fered one member to another. (For a synopsis of this meaningful service, see the service 
bulletin, A Covenant foi Ministry and Passing of the Torch, June 1 6, 1 990.) 

Respectfully submitted, 
David S. Fischler 



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THE BUSINESS OF THE ANNUAL CONFERENCE 

The Minutes of the North Carolina Annual Conference held in Fayetteville, North 
Carolina from June 13, 1990 through June 16, 1990. Bishop C. P. Minnick, Jr., presid- 
ing. Date when organized, 1 828. Number of this session, 1 65. 

PART I: ORGANIZATION AND GENERAL BUSINESS 

1 . Who are elected for the quadrennium (1HI702.6, 71 5.1 ): 
Secretary? James H. Coile 

Mailing Address: Post Office Box 1 0955 

Raleigh, North Carolina 27605 
Telephone: 919/832-9560 

Statistician? A. Kimsey King, Jr. 
Mailing Address: 531 5 Yardley Terrace 

Durham, North Carolina 27707 
Telephone: 919/489-6497 

Treasurer? Herb Stout 

Mailing Address: Post Office Box 1 0955 

Raleigh, North Carolina 27605 
Telephone: 9 1 9/832-9560 

2. Is the Annual Conference incorporated (H702. 1 )? No 

3. Bonding and auditing: 

a) What officers handling funds of the conference have been bonded, and in what 
amounts (1IT714, 2510)? Conference Treasurer and all Staff, CFA President, 
Trustees - $100,000 Blanket Position Bond, $1,000,000 Commercial Blanket 
Bond 

b) Have the books of said officers or persons been audited {VH 13,251 0)? Yes 

4. What conference councils, boards, commissions, and committees have been ap- 
pointed or elected? 

a) Answer Yes or No for each of the councils, boards, commissions, or committees 
listed: 

(1 ) Council on Finance and Administration? Yes 

(2) Council on Ministries? Yes 

(3) Board of Diaconal Ministry? Yes 

(4) Board of Ordained Ministry? Yes 

(5) Board of Pensions? Yes 

(6) Board of Trustees of the Annual Conference? Yes 

(7) Commission on Archives and History? Yes 

(8) Commission on Christian Gnity and Interreligious Concerns? Yes 

(9) Commission on Equitable Salaries? Yes 

(10) Commission on Religion and Race? Yes 

(11) Commission on the Status and Role of Women? Yes 

(12) Committee for the Coordination of Ethnic Local Church Concerns?Yes 

(13) Committee on Investigation? Yes 

(14) Committee on Episcopacy? Yes 

(1 5) Joint Review Committee? Yes 

(1 6) Committee on Ministry to Persons with Handicapping Conditions?Yes 

b) Indicate the name of the agency in your annual conference which is responsible 
for the functions related to each of the following agencies (1706.1 ): 
(1) Board of Church and Society (H728)? Same 



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(2) Board of Discipleship (1729)? Boards of Evangelism, Education, 
Stewardship, and Worship 

(3) Board of Global Ministries (1731 )? Board of Missions 

(4) Board of Higher Education and Campus Ministry (1732)? Same 

(5) Board of Laity (1730)? Same 

(6) Committee on Communication (1726.5b)? Same 

c) Answer Yes or No for each of the following conference or district organizations: 

(1) Conference United Methodist Women? Yes 

(2) Conference United Methodist Men? Yes 

(3) Conference Council on Youth Ministry? Yes 

(4) District Boards of Church Location and Building? Yes 

(5) Committees on District Superintendent? Yes 

(6) District Committees on Ordained Ministry? Yes 

(7) District Councils on Ministries? Yes 

d) What other councils, boards, commissions, or committees have been appointed 
or elected in the annual conference? None 

5. Have the secretaries, treasurers, and statisticians kept their respective records ac- 
cording to the prescribed forms (11705.7)? Yes 

6. What is the report of the statistician? (See Sections V & VII of the Journal.) 

7. What is the report of the treasurer? (See sections V & VII of the Journal.) 

8. What are the reports of the district superintendents as to the status of the work within 
their districts? (See Sections V & VII of the Journal.) 

9. What is the schedule of equitable salaries for pastors for the ensuing year (11441 , 
722.3)? 

MINISTERS UNDER FULL TIME APPOINTMENT 

(FC, AM, PM, FLP) 1990 1991 

Salary & Utilities $19,826 $21,006 

STUDENTS (LOCAL PASTORS OR 

CONFERENCE MEMBERS) 

Salary & Utilities $12,887 $13,654 

1 0. What amount has been apportioned to the pastoral charges within the conference 
to be raised for the support of the district superintendents for the ensuing year 
(11710.1a)? $728,900 

1 1 . What amount has been apportioned to the pastoral charges within the conference 
to be raised for the support of the pension and benefit programs of the Conference 
for the ensuing year (1117 10. Id, 1607)? $1,144,000 

1 2. What are the apportionments to this conference for the ensuing year: 

a) For the World Service Fund? $1 ,1 16,369 

b) For the Ministerial Education Fund? $ 405,063 

c) For the Black College Fund? $ 201 ,758 

d) For the Africa University Fund? $ 51 ,680 

e) For the Episcopal Fund? $ 264,948 

f) For the General Administration Fund? $ 77,479 

g) For the Interdenominational Cooperation Fund? . . $ 29,871 

1 3. What is the percentage division between World Service and conference benevolen- 
ces for the ensuing year (171 0.3d)? 

World Service? 22.20% Conference benevolences? 77.80% 

14. Conference and district lay leaders (111702.8, 748): 

a) Conference lay leader:Name Dr. Robert C. Frazier, Sr. 



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Mailing Address: 21 5 Grace Drive 

Wilson, North Carolina 27893 

b) Associate conference lay leaders: Arvel Heather, Glenn Stevens 

c) District associate lay leaders: 

BURLINGTON: Mr. Michael Parker 

DURHAM: Mr. Fred Rivers 

ELIZABETH CITY: Mrs. Beverly Small 

FAYETTEVILLE: Mrs. Gwen Henderson 

GOLDSBORO: Mr. Floyd R. Evans 

GREENVILLE: Mr. Richard Walker 

NEW BERN: Mr. Si B. Seymour 

RALEIGH: Mr. Thomas L. Walden 

ROCKINGHAM: Mr. Robby Lowry 

ROCKY MCXJNT: Mr. Thomas W. Harris 

SANFORD: Mr. Lacy "Buck" Frye 

WILMINGTON: Mr. David Dorsett 

1 5. What local churches have been: 

a) Organized (1270)? 

RA Enroll a new congregation to be called Raleigh: Korean. 

Wl Seaside United Methodist Church (1 343.0) was chartered January 21,1 990. 

b) Merged (11545, 2542)? 

RO John's Church (1 002.3) is merged with Caledonia (1 002.2), effective July 1 , 1 989. 
Property in the hands of Caledonia Church. 

c) Discontinued or abandoned (1123 1 , 440.2, 2548)? (State which for each church 
listed.) 

d) Relocated and to what address? 

e) Changed name of church? 

f) Transferred into this conference this year from other United Methodist con- 
ference^) and with what membership (1144, 271 )? None 

g) What other changes have taken place in the list of churches? 
FA Raeford: Hoke will become a student appointment. 

RO Sandy Plains (1 01 7.2) is not a part of the Native American Larger Parish, but should 
be listed as a separate charge in the Appointment List. 
Wl Bolton-Shiloh will become a part-time appointment. 

1 6. What changes have been made in district and charge lines? 

a) District: 

RO Coharie (1003.5) is transferred to the Fayetteville District. 

SA Evergreen United Methodist Church (1250.0) is transferred to the Burlington Dis- 
trict. 

b) Charge: 

DU Place Hermon Church (335.5) with Henderson: White Memorial (335.0), making 
that a two-point charge. 

GO Bethel-Rones Charge (603.0) was divided January 1, 1990. Rones Chapel be- 
came a station charge. Bethel Church (603.2) was placed with Zion (644.0) to form the 
Zion-Bethel Charge (644.0). 

July 1, 1990 - Take Bethel Church (603.2) from Zion-Bethel Charge and place with 
Seven Springs (663.3) to form the Seven Springs-Bethel Charge. This leaves Zion a part- 
time station. 

RA Divide the Jerusalem-Zion Charge (913.0) as follows: Jerusalem (913.2) will be- 
come a student appointment. Zion (913.3) becomes a full-time station charge. 



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RO Divide the Pembroke: First-West Robeson Charge (1 027.0). Make Pembroke: First 
(1 027.3) a station charge, and make West Robeson (1 003.6) a student appointment. 

Divide the Collins-New Philadelphus Charge (1003.0) and make Collins Chapel 
(1003.2) a part-time station and New Philadelphus (1003.3) a part time station. 

RM Divide the Evansdale-Black Creek Charge (1 1 07.0) and make Evansdale (1 1 07.3) 
a station charge. From the Hornes-Lucama-Sims Charge (1113.0) place Lucama 
(1 1 13.2) with Black Creek (1 107.2) to form the Black Creek-Lucama Charge. Homes 
Sims Charge is formed, consisting of Homes (1111 .0) and Sims (1 1 13.3) Churches. 

Divide the Pinetops-Hart Charge (1 1 20.0). Pinetops (1 1 20.3) becomes a full-time sta- 
tion charge. Tarboro: Hart (1 134.5) becomes a part-time station charge. 

SA Take Mt. Zion Church (1209.3) from the Chatham-Mt. Zion Charge (1200.0) and 
make it a part time station charge to be called Mt. Zion. 

Place Chatham (1217.2) with Chatham (1209.2) to form the Chatham-Cedar Grove 
Charge, to be a student appointment. This dissolves the Cedar Grove Charge. 

W! Take Pleasant Grove (1310.2) from the Clarkton Charge (1309.0) and make it a 
part-time station charge. Clarkton Charge (1 309.0) will consist of two churches, Bluefield 
(1309.2) and Clarkton (1309.3). 

PART II: PERTAINING TO ORDAINED MINISTERS AND LOCAL PASTORS 

17. Are all the clergy members of the conference blameless in their life and official ad- 
ministration (H1703.4, 704.6)? Eleven District Superintendents, answering for the 
clergy in each respective district, replied "Yes." The Goldsboro District Superinten- 
dent replied, "No written charges have been filed against any of the preachers in the 
Goldsboro District." The Bishop explained that an investigation was continuing in 
reference to one circumstance involving one clergy person although no written com- 
plaing had been filed against any of the clergy in the Goldsboro District. 

18. Who constitute: 

a) The Conference Committee on Investigation (H2623.3)? 

Principals: F. Owen Fitzgerald, Edith Lee Gleaves, A. P. Hill, Jr., BillJames 
Locklear, Travis W. Owen, Ben C. Rouse, Charles M. Smith 
Reserves: Jesse V. Bone, William Edward Privette, Judi Johnson Smith 

b) The Joint Review Committee (H453 . 1 c)? 

Principals: William T. Cottingham III, Helen G. Crotwell, Rodney G. Hamm, 
Samuel D. McMillan, Jr., Charles K. Moseley, J. Edward Morrison 
Reserves: M. Randall Baker, Ruth E. Harper, Mark W. Wethington 

1 9. Who have received the certificate of candidacy for ordained ministry? (WI404, 405- 
Include the names of all candidates for ordained ministry who have not completed 
the studies for the license as a local pastor.) 

THIS YEAR 

BCJ Elizabeth Hackney Carrboro CC 

James Robert Turner, Jr Chapel Hill: Aldersgate CC 

DG Laurie Hays Coffman Duke Memorial CC 

Patrice Cheasty Miller Resurrection CC 

(Transferring candidacy from NY Conf.) 

Richard Henry Parker Roxboro: Cavel CC 

(Transferring candidacy from FL Conf.) 

Lee Roy Pittard III Butner: Community CC 

Charles Adolf Stewart Emmanuel CC 

Berry Lynn Taylor II Durham: Bethesda CC 

(Transferring candidacy from W.PA Conf.) 
EC None 
FA Bruce John Bjork Camp Ground CC 



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GO Marion Dees Goldsboro: St. Luke CC 

Henry Tyler Jones Warsaw CC 

George Uoyd Malpass Brogden CC 

GR Donald Ballard Benson Washington: First CC 

Susan Elizabeth Holec Jarvis Memorial CC 

Charles H. Plowman Nobles Chapel CC 

NB James Crispin Noble II New Bern: Faith CC 

James Stalnaker Morehead City: Saint Peters CC 

RA Robert J. Bauman Edenton Street CC 

Richard Hanse Hollands CC 

Mary Martha Hatch Gary: First CC 

James Randall McMillen Wake Forest CC 

John E. Gpham Edenton Street CC 

RO Carolyn Cummings Woriax New Philadelphus CC 

RMMartha Ann Carson Codville, OH CC 

(Transferring candidacy from W. OH Conf.) 

Allison Brady Hocutt Rocky Mount: St. Paul CC 

Gregg Allen Presnal Rocky Mount: St. Paul CC 

Hunter Hadley Preston Wilson: First CC 

SA Joyce-Lenore Parker Pittsboro: First CC 

Wl Lenier Everitte Furr Harrells: Centenary CC 

REINSTATED y 

RO Herbert Lowry, Jr 07/01/90 

CONTINUED 
BGNone 

DCJ Jonathan Blake Baker Durham: Asbury CC 

Ruth Anderson Harris Granville-Vance CC 

Eugene Victor Maafo Asbury Temple CC 

Audrey Holmes Meadows Durham: Aldersgate CC 

Frances Harlan Sherfey TownsvilleTabernacle CC 

David Burton Smith Durham: Trinity CC 

EC None y 

FA None 
GO None 

GR Ann Giles Benson Washington: First CC 

NB None 

RA Michael T Bassett Raleigh: North Raleigh CC 

Sandra Anderson Gochnour Millbrook CC 

Dorothy M. (Dora) Pearce North Raleigh CC 

Mary E. Switzer Raleigh: Highland CC 

Bobby Powell Tyson, Jr Jenkins Memorial CC 

RO Robert Gene Killens Lumberton: Mt. Olive CC 

James Willie Malloy, Jr Phil. -Cool Springs CC 

Annette M. Notar Lemon Springs CC 

Brenda Elaine Thomas Norman CC 

RMNone 
SA None 

Wl Joseph A. Motley Hampstead CC 

DISCONTINUED 

BCJ Kristine M. Klein Barcley 06/30/90 

DC Carol Denton Ayres 02/12/90 



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GO Marion Dees 06/30/90 

NB William Charles Price 06/30/90 

RA David A. Hedeen 08/14/89 

RO Herbert Lowry, Jr 06/30/89 

20. Who have completed the studies for the license for local pastor, are approved, but 
are not now appointed? (11407-lndicate for each person the year the license was ap- 
proved.): 

FA Regis Hugh Murphy III 1988 

Joseph Wade Weeks 1983 

RO Annie L. Allen 1979 

Lucille Barnes Anderson 1 975 

21. Who are approved and appointed as: (indicate for each person the first year the 
license was awarded - H409.3) 

a) Full-time local pastors (11408. 1 ) and what progress has each made in the course 

of study? (Indicate with an asterisk those who have elected to remain in the local 

relationship.-H409.4): 

COURSE OF STUDY 
NAME LICENSE BASIC ADVANCED 

Btl Robert Kinsey Smith 1989 Seminary Graduate 

Roger Charles Williams 1987 Third Year 

DCJ James Clifford Reed 1986 Completed 

Steven M. Ling 1 989 Seminary Grad 

EC Robert Blair Craig 1985 Fouth Year 

Laura G. Early 1 987 Seminary Grad 

Josef E. Fiegler 1984 First Year 

Doris Jean Johnson 1 986 Completed 

FA None 

GO None 

GR Linwood Sutton Jones 1974 Completed 

Benjamin E. Nelms 1986 Seminary Graduate 

William deVries Renn, Sr 1986 Third Year 

Jere Alton Rouse 1 963 Completed 

Roger Edward Schroll 1986 Seminary Grad 

NB Riley Tex Hamilton 1989 First Year 

Harold Harvey Harbin, Jr 1 990 License 

Walter Michael Hinson 1986 Fourth Year 

James Harold McLean 1 985 Completed 

Richard Henry Parker 1 987 Seminary Graduate 

James Stalnaker 1 990 License 

RA Joseph Wayne Casteel 1988 First Year 

Rodger Neal Mayes 1 984 Second Year 

RO RobertA. Fairley 1970 Completed 

Richard Leonhard 1989 Completed/Ohio 

RM Jerry Lee Boyce 1986 Second Year 

SA None 

Wl Eugene Addison Collins 1988 First Year 

Robert Houston Hargrove 1980 Completed 

Charles John Hause 1 976 Completed 

Donnie L. Jones 1 988 License 

James Randall McMillen 1 990 Seminary Graduate 



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b) Part-time local pastors (408.2) and what progress has each made in the course 
of study? (Indicate with an asterisk those who have elected to remain in the local 
relationship. H409.4): 

CCXJRSE OF STCJDY 

NAME LICENSE BASIC ADVANCED 

BCJ None 

DCJ Marilyn Koeppen Shipman 1979 Seminary Grad 

EC None 

FA Milton Earl Little 1 981 Fourth Year 

Andrew Benjamin Wood 1 989 License 

GO Henry Tyler Jones 1 990 License 

Clarence Earl Huston 1972 One and one-half Years 

Thaddeus Clifton West, Jr 1957 Completed 

GR Wilbur Cunniggim Ormond 1978 Third Year 

Daniel Paul Powers 1968 Completed 

Douglas Richard Woodworth . . .1957 Completed 

NB George Franklin Cribb, Jr 1982 Completed 

Billie Fallon Melvin, Jr 1973 Completed 

Elva LeRoy Morton III 1 988 First Year 

Donald Blaine Strong 1980 Completed 

RA Warren S. Cash 1 979 Completed 

(Served in VA Conf.) 

Horace Taylor Ferguson 1984 Completed 

Leroy Worth, Sr 1988 Second Year 

RO Thomas Benjamin Bacote 1974 Completed 

J. Earl Covington 1988 License 

Donald Martin Dawkins 1979 Third Year 

William Oscar Hewett 1987 License 

John Paul Prine 1 990 License 

Carolyn Cummings Woriax 1990 Seminary Graduate 

RM Allison Brady Hocutt 1990 Ucense 

Gregg Allen Presnal 1990 License 

SA Gayle Goddard 1 990 Duke Divinity School 

Betty Ann Hartfield Hoffman . . . .1989 License(Iast college semester) 

Gregory Scott Richards 1988 Second Yr./Duke 

Wl Anthony Angelo Adams 1988 Seminary Grad 

Lenier Everitte Furr 1990 License 

Susan Hamilton 1 987 License 

(WNC Conf.) 

Joe Luther Tomberlin 1986 License 

c) Student local pastors (H408.3), and in what schools are they enrolled? 

NAME LICENSE SCHOOL 

BCJ Anne Torrance Bachman 1988 Duke Divinity School 

Lyndle R. Bullard 1988 Duke Divinity School 

Steven Neil Formo 1990 Duke Divinity School 

James Donald Johnson 1 990 Duke Divinity School 

Stephen Haydn Kirby 1988 Duke Divinity School 

Phillip Ray Maynard 1 986 Duke Divinity School 

Thomas Darrell McDowell 1982 Duke Divinity School 



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Robert T. McLawhorn 1 964 Duke Divinity School 

Bruce Dale Phillips 1988 Duke Divinity School 

Adolph Conrad Smith 1988 Duke Divinity School 

DCI Gary E. Allred 1987 Duke Divinity School 

Derrick Keith Harris 1987 Duke Divinity School 

Danny Christopher Hill 1986 Duke Divinity School 

Jeffrey Lynn Jackson 1 985 Duke Divinity School 

Tryon Delton Lowry 1 985 Duke Divinity School 

Samuel Francis Martin III 1988 Duke Divinity School 

Douglas William Miller 1990 Duke Divinity School 

Hunter Hadley Preston 1990 Duke Divinity School 

Richard Gordon Reed, Sr 1986 Duke Divinity School 

Clinton William Spence 1988 Duke Divinity School 

EC None 

FA Eric Stephen Park 1989 Duke Divinity School 

Gilbert Hamilton Prince, Jr 1989 Duke Divinity School 

Larry G. Patrick 1986 Duke Divinity School 

(Licensed & served in MS Conf.) 

GO Joyce Darnell Odom 1990 Duke Divinity School 

John Franklin Toney 1 989 Duke Divinity School 

GR Ebern Earl Allen 1989 Duke Divinity School 

Richard Charles Hill, Jr 1984 Southeastern Baptist 

Charles H. Plowman 1990 Duke Divinity School 

Sally S. Plowman 1988 Duke Divinity School 

NB None 

RA Michael D. Frese 1990 Duke Divinity Schooll 

James P. Johnson 1 989 Duke Divinity School 

Kevin Michael Morris 1 989 Duke Divinity School 

James Crispin Noble II 1 990 Southeastern Baptist 

Troy Kevin Todd 1989 Duke Divinity School 

RO Ernest Ray Brooks 1988 Southeastern Baptist 

John Avery Campbell 1 987 Duke Divinity School 

Kenneth Wayne Locklear 1982 Duke Divinity School 

Herbert Lowry, Jr 1989 Pembroke State 

Walter Emmett McLeod 1984 DukeDivinity School 

Garry Eugene Jones 1 989 Duke Divinity School 

(from Louisville Conference) 

RM None 

SA Paul Eugene Bravender 1 989 Duke Divinity School 

Janet Kennedy Buffaloe 1 990 Duke Divinity School 

Douglas Brian Currin 1 988 Duke Divinity School 

James Albert Fisher 1989 Duke Divinity School 

John Edward Gerber 1987 Duke Divinity School 

Joel Burton Guillemette 1987 Duke Divinity School 

Todd Stephen Krueger 1989 Duke Divinity School 

Wl None 
d) Students of ether denominations in a school of theology listed by the University 

Senate serving as local pastors (408.4)? None 
22. Who have been discontinued as local pastors (H4 1 0. 1 )? 
a) Full-time local pastors: 

NB Richard L. Austin 06/30/89 



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b) Part-time local pastors: 

DCJ James Wesley King 06/30/90 

RO Herbert Lowry, Jr 06/30/90 

Joseph Kenny Simmons 10/23/89 

RM Charles John Robl III 06/30/90 

c) Student local pastors: 

GR Everett Richard Bowen, Jr 06/30/90 

SA Vicki Diane Phillips 07/31/89 

d) Interim supply pastors: 

Wl Harold E. Brock 08/01/89 

e) Other Conferences: 

NB Lee C. Robison 08/31/89 

RA George David Dunson 06/30/90 

RO Clifford L. Williams 1 0/31/89 

23. Who have been reinstated as local pastors (1141 0.4)? 
Herbert Lowry, Jr. (SLP) 06/30/90 

24. What ordained ministers from other Annual Conferences or Methodist denomina- 
tions are approved for appointment in the Annual Conference while retaining their 
conference or denominational membership (11426.1)? (List alphabetically; indicate 
Annual Conference or denomination where membership is held and the number of 
years appointed in this Annual Conference.) 

BCJ Douglas Russell Cullum Free Methodist 

Stuart Ralph Tucker Central Illinois 

DCJ John Lawrence Brasher Northern Mew Jersey 

EC Charles O. Smith West Virginia 

FA Ronald E. Dietrich Western Pennsylvania 

Charles Ray Pittman Alabama-West Florida 

GO Troy Scott Watford South Carolina 

GR None 
NB None 
RA Randall J. Cirksena, Jr Western North Carolina 

Rowan D. Crews, Jr South Carolina 

Jinho Kim East Ohio 

Joan M. Purcell North Alabama 

RO None 

RM Charles L. Herrin North Alabama 

Luis Reinoso Methodist Church in Peru 

Kenneth C. Singley North Alabama 

Kevin L. Stiles South Indiana 

SA James Earl Goddard, Jr Holston 

Hugo Luciano Lopez Central Illinois 

Wl None 

25. What clergy in good standing in other Christian denominations have been approved 
to serve appointments or ecumenical ministries within the bounds of the Annual 
Conference while retaining their denominational affiliation (1426.2)? (Designate with 
an asterisk those who have been accorded "the rights and privileges of associate 
membership.") 

BCJ None 
DG None 

EC Luther Vance High, Jr Southern Baptist 

FA Dennis Earl Hooper Southern Baptist 



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Mike Kennon Pulliam Southern Baptist 

GO Richard Cleveland Sharp Southern Baptist 

William R. Rudd Evangelical 

GR Cary Glenn Hancock Southern Baptist 

NB None 

RA Eul Lark Kim Presbyterian 

Bruce Wayne McPherson Southern Baptist 

RO None 
RM None 
SA None 
Wl None 

26. Who are affiliate members: (List alphabetically; indicate annual conference or 
denomination where membership is held.) 

a) With vote (111419.4, 701.1)? None 

b) Without vote (U443.4)? 

John A. Buckley Western Pennsylvania 

Cathy Carlson Louisiana 

J. Harley Cecil Western North Carolina 

Charles Richard Connelly Missouri East 

Daniel T. Earnhardt Western North Carolina 

Paula E. Gilbert Alabama-West Florida 

Alan Hanson Detroit 

John M. Mackey, Sr Western Pennsylvania 

Nancy L. Pierson Southern New Jersey 

Larry G. Puryear Western North Carolina 

James A. Rawlings Central Illinois 

B. Maurice Ritchie Western North Carolina 

Rexford F. Tucker Troy 

Manuel Wortman Western North Carolina 

NOTE: If your conference has admitted or ordained persons as a courtesy to another 
conference, list these persons in Question 40 only. If persons have been admitted or or- 
dained by another annual conference as a courtesy to your conference, list these persons 
in Questions 27-38, whichever are appropriate, giving the date and name of the accom- 
modating conference. 

27. Who are elected as Associate Members (11420)? (See note preceding Q.27) 
None 

28. Who are elected as Probationary Members: (See note preceding Q.27) 
a) Under the provisions of H41 5? 

CARL DEAN BELCHER (Burlington District) B.S., Bluefield State, Bluefield, W.Va. 
Completed at least one half of seminary work, Duke Divinity School. Eligible for Deacon's 
Orders. 

WILLIAM ALLEN BINGHAM (Raleigh District) B.S., North Carolina State University. 
Completed at least one half of seminary work, Drew Theological Seminary. Eligible for 
Deacon's Orders. 

VICKIE BISSETTE BURKS (Rocky Mount District) A.B., Atlantic Christian College. 
Completed at least one half of seminary work, Duke Divinity School. Eligible for Deacon's 
Orders. 

CLYDE ARTHUR DENNY (Burlington District) B.S., North Carolina State University. 
Completed at least one half of seminary work, Duke Divinity School. Eligible for Deacon's 
Orders. 



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PATRICIA ANN DOVER EDWARDS (Fayetteville District) B.S., University of New York, 
Regents College. Completed at least one half of seminary work, Duke Divinity School. 
Eligible for Deacon's Orders. 

ROY FRANCIS FALGOCJT, JR. (Raleigh District) Johnson Bible College, Knoxville, TN. 
Completed at least one half of seminary work, Duke Divinity School. Eligible for Deacon's 
Orders. 

HAYWOOD WRENN GILLIKIN (Goldsboro District) B.A., East Carolina University. 
Completed at least one half of seminary work, Duke Divinity School. Eligible for Deacon's 
Orders. 

WALTER LAWRENCE GRAVES (Burlington District) B.A., Florida Atlantic University, 
Boca Raton, Florida. Completed at least one half of seminary work, Duke Divinity School. 
Eligible for Deacon's Orders. 

ROBERT MICHAEL HAMMOND (Greenville District) B.A., North Carolina State Univer- 
sity.M.Div., Conservative Baptist Theological Seminary, Denver, CO. Eligible for Deacon's 
Orders. 

HENRY MALLIE H1NNANT (Raleigh District) B.A., Campbell University. M.Div., South- 
western Seminary, Fort Worth, TX. Deacon's Orders recognized. 

MICHAEL WILLIAM LEBURG (Goldsboro) B.A., Taylor University, Upland, IN. M.Div., 
Asbury Theological Seminary. Eligible for Deacon's Orders 

BENJAMIN SANDLIN SHARPE, JR. (Burlington District), B.A., University of North 
Carolina at Chapel Hill. Completed at least one half of seminary work, Duke Divinity 
School. Eligible for Deacon's Orders. 

GRANVILLE EARL SMITH (Wilmington District) B.A., University of North Carolina at 
Wilmington. M.Div., Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary. Eligible for Deacon's 
Orders. 

DONNIE RAY WARREN, JR. (Raleigh District) B.S., Florida Southern College, 
Lakeland, Florida. M.Div., Duke Divinity School. Eligible for Deacon's Orders. 

JAMES THOMAS WEAVER, JR. (Durham District) B.A., Pembroke State University. 
Completed at least one half of seminary work, Duke Divinity School. Eligible for Deacon's 
Orders. 

b) Under the provisions of 1141 6.1 ? None 

c) Uner the provisions of 1141 6.2, 421 ? None 

29. Who are continued as Probationary Members, what progress have they made in their 
ministerial studies, and in what year were they admitted to Probationary Membership 
(111417.424): 

a) As students in approved schools of theology? (141 7(1 ) - Indicate for each person 
the number of years completed and the year admitted to Probationary Member- 
ship): 

James Edward Bailey Duke 1 989 

William Allen Bingham Drew 1 990 

Patricia Ann Dover Edwards Duke 1 990 

Roy Francis Falgout, Jr Duke 1 990 

Jack Ward Page, Jr Duke 1989 

Benjamin Sandlin Sharpe, Jr Duke 1 990 

James Thomas Weaver, Jr Duke 1 990 

b) In the advanced ministerial course of study? (141 7(2) - Indicate for each person 
the number of years completed and the year admitted to Probationary Member- 
ship): None 

c) Following completion of their educational requirements? (1424(1 ) - Indicate for 
each person the year admitted to Probationary Membership): 



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Wilbur Christopher Aydlett, Jr Duke 1989 

Michael Reid Barker Wesley .... 1986 

David Clark Benson Asbury 1 986 

Roger Alan Blaisdell Denver Cons. Baptist 1 988 

Michael Kevin Boggs Southeastern 1 986 

Edwin Albert Briggs, Jr Duke 1986 

James Stanley Brown Duke 1988 

Frances Louise Browne Southeastern 1 988 

Milton Bailey Collier, Jr Duke 1988 

Sandra Jean (Rose) Conner Southeastern 1 989 

Doris Thompson Fox Duke 1989 

Kimberly Ann Garner Duke 1988 

Stacey Zane Graves Duke 1 989 

Kendall Jay Guthrie Asbury 1989 

Steven Michael Hall Duke 1987 

William Kenneth Hall, Jr Duke 1989 

William David Harrington Southeastern 1 989 

William Ervin Holliday Duke 1987 

Eddie Jo Jarrett Southeastern 1985 

Edith Dudley Jenkins Duke 1988 

Paul Jones Johnson III Duke 1984 

Linda Marie Kelly Southwestern 1 987 

Joseph Eugene Kossan Southeastern 1 989 

Mark EMn Lykins Duke 1986 

James Edward Malloy, Jr Boston .... 1 988 

Randall Gray Maynard Southeastern 1 989 

Steven Wayne McElroy Asbury 1989 

Stuart McRae Milton Southeastern 1989 

Stanley Carl Moore Gammon . . 1 986 

Joyce Reynolds Mott Duke 1988 

Brian Darren Perry Duke 1988 

Wanda Charlene Horton Pierce Southeastern 1989 

Barbara Kathryn Hollis Price Southeastern 1 988 

Jeffrey Lee Roberts Duke 1987 

John Martin Russell Meth.Theo.(Ohio) 1987 

Carla Jory Scanlan Duke 1986 

George Jerome Smith Southeastern 1 989 

William Thomas Smith Candler 1 989 

Eireen Geiselle Isley Thompson Duke 1 988 

Shelly Wilson Wall Duke 1989 

Stephen Paul Wanger Duke 1988 

Richard Lee Ward Southeastern 1 988 

Scott Cameron Washington Duke 1 987 

Brian Wayne Wingo Duke 1 986 

Norma Walters Wingo Duke 1988 

Joseph Aubrey Winston III Southeastern 1989 

Andrea Reese Woodhouse Duke 1988 

David William Woodhouse Duke 1988 



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30. Who have been transferred from other Christian denominations (1427.3): (See note 
preceding Q.27) 

a) As Associate Members (1427.3a)? None 

b) As Probationary Members (1427.3a, b)? 

Henry Mallie Hinnant Southern Baptist 

3 1 . Who are elected as ministerial Members in Full Connection (1424)? (See note preced- 
ing Q.27) 

VERNON WEAVER BROWN III (Fayetteville District), BA Methodist College. M.Div. 
Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary. Probationary Member 1987. Deacon's Or- 
ders 1987. Eligible for Elder's Orders. 

LARRY DEAN CRANE (Sanford District), BS Guilford College. M.Div. United Theologi- 
cal Seminary. Probationary Member 1 988. Deacon's Orders 1 988. Eligible for Elder's Or- 
ders. 

ROBERT KENNETH ELDREDGE (Burlington District), BS Iowa State University. 
M.Div. Duke Divinity School. Probationary Member 1 987. Deacon's Orders 1 987. Eligible 
for Elder's Orders. 

PAMELA JO HUDSON (Sanford District), BS Atlantic Christian College. M.Div. Duke 
Divinity School. Probationary Member 1 988. Deacon's Orders 1 988. Eligible for Elder's 
Orders. 

RANDALL EUGENE INNES (Rockingham District), BS Oral Roberts University. M.Div. 
Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary. Probationary Member 1 988. Deacon's Or- 
ders 1988. Eligible for Elder's Orders. 

GREGORY KEITH JENKS (Burlington District), BS/BA University of North Carolina at 
Greensboro. M.Div. Duke Divinity. Probationary Member 1987. Deacon's Orders 1987. 
Eligible for Elder's Orders. 

DELORES ANNE LANGLEY (Burlington District), BA UNC-CH.M.Div. Duke Divinity 
School. Probationary Member 1 986. Deacon's Orders 1 986. Eligible for Elder's Orders. 

DAVID OPHANALIA MALLOY (Rockingham District), BA Pembroke State University. 
M.Div. Duke Divinity School. Probationary Member 1987. Deacon's Orders 1987. Eligible 
for Elder's Orders. 

RAEGAN V. MAY (Burlington District), BS Texas Tech University. M.Div. Duke Divinity 
School. Probationary Member 1987. Deacon's Orders 1987. Eligible for Elder's Orders. 

DENA JO McFARLAND (Elizabeth City District), BA James Madison University. M.Div. 
Duke Divinity School. Probationary Member 1988. Deacon's Orders 1988. Eligible for 
Elder's Orders. 

DAVID ALEXANDER McLEAN (Raleigh District), BA St. Andrews Presbyterian College. 
M.Div. Duke Divinity School. Probationary Member 1 988. Deacon's Orders 1 988. Eligible 
for Elder's Orders. 

JOANNA CLAIRE MILLER (Rocky Mount District), BS Radford University. M.Div. Duke 
Divinity School. Probationary Member 1987. Deacon's Orders 1987. Eligible for Elder's 
Orders. 

WILLIAM KENNETH MITCHELL, JR. (Rocky Mount District), BA Pepperdine Univer- 
sity. M.Div. Duke Divinity School. Probationary Member 1986. Deacon's Orders 1986. 
Eligible for Elder's Orders. 

DEBORAH ANN MORGAN (Durham District), BA Atlantic Christian College. M.Div. 
Duke Divinity School. Probationary Member 1 986. Deacon's Orders 1 986. Eligible for 
Elder's Orders. 

VICKIE SUE PRUETT (Sanford District), BA Marshall University. M.Div. Duke Divinity 
School. Probationary Member 1984. Deacon's Orders 1984. Eligible for Elder's Orders. 



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TIMOTHY JOHN RUSSELL (Raleigh District), BS Florida State University. M.Div. 
Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary. Probationary Member 1 988. Deacon's Or- 
ders recognized in 1 988. Eligible for Elder's Orders. 

ROBERT STRONG SHIELDS (Durham District), BA University of Florida. M.Div. Duke 
Divinity School. Probationary Member 1985. Deacon's Orders 1985. Eligible for Elder's 
Orders. 

CAROLYN REED SMITH (Sanford District), BS Duke University. M.Div. Duke Divinity 
School. Probationary Member 1 986. Deacon's Orders 1 986. Eligible for Elder's Orders. 

RONALD JAMES SNIDER (Durham District), BA Atlantic Christian College. M.Div. 
Duke Divinity School. Probationary Member 1986. Deacon's Orders 1986. Eligible for 
Elder's Orders. 

MARSHALL KEITH THOMASON (Rocky Mount District), BS Oral Roberts University. 
M. Div. Duke Divinity School. Probationary Member 1 987. Deacon's Orders 1 987. Eligible 
for Elder's Orders. 

JAMES BELL WARD (Greenville District), BS University of North Carolina at Wil- 
mington. M.Div. Duke Divinity School. Probationary Member 1985. Deacon's Orders 
1985. Eligible for Elder's Orders. 

JULIA WEBB-BOWDEN (Durham District), BA Huntingdon College. M.Div. Duke 
Divinity School. Probationary Member 1 988. Deacon's Orders 1 988. Eligible for Elder's 
Orders. 

WILLIAM JOSEPH WILBURN (Goldsboro District), BA University of South Florida. 
M. Div. Asbury Theological Seminary. Probationary Member 1988. Deacon's Orders 1 988. 
Eligible for Elder's Orders. 

PEGGY ORMSBY WITT (Fayetteville District), BA University of North Carolina at Chapel 
Hill. M.Div. Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary. Probationary Member 1988. 
Deacon's Orders 1 988. Eligible for Elder's Orders. 

WILLIAM J WITT, JR. (Fayetteville District), BA Wake Forest University. M.Div. 
Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary. Probationary Member 1 988. Deacon's Or- 
ders recognized in 1 988. Eligible for Elder's Orders. 

32. What Probationary Members, previously discontinued, are readmitted (1454)? None 

33. Who are readmitted (111455-457): 

a) As Associate Members? None 

b) As Members in Full Connection? None 

34. Who are returned to the effective relationship after voluntary retirement (1451 .7): 

a) As Associate Members? None 

b) As Probationary Members? None 

c) As Members in Full Connection? None 

35. Who have been received by transfer from other Annual Conferences of The United 
Methodist Church (11427.1, 516.5, 733.2m)? (List alphabetically. If Probationary 
Members or Associate Members, so indicate.) 

Robert Stone Christian (FM) Northern New Jersey 06/13/90 

Kirk Bradley Oldham (FM) Florida 06/13/90 

36. Who are transferred in from other Methodist denominations (1427.2)? (List alphabeti- 
cally. If Probationary Member or Associate Member, so indicate. See note preceding 
Q.27.) 

Leon Delanoa Fowler (FM) Wesleyan 

Richard Carnell Jackson (PM) AME Zion 

37. Who have been elected and ordained deacons (1434): (See note preceding Q.27. 
Indicate by an asterisk the names of persons elected but not ordained.) 

a) As Associate Members (1434. 1 )? None 

b) As Probationary Members (1434.2)? 



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Carl Dean Belcher WaIter ^^ Q 

v^T* 22 R 9 , 3m Rob6rt Michael Ham ™ nd 

r H a T L BUrkS ^^ Willia ™ Leburg 

Cfyde Arthur Denny Benjamin Sandlin Sharpe, Jr 

Patnc.a Ann Dover Edwards Granville Earl Smith 

H° y !ZZ Fa ' 9 ° Ut ' Jr " D "" 16 Ra V Warren, Jr. 

38 WhoK ayW °^i T nG i' likin James Thomas Weaver, Jr 

H^ir ? T 1 ! dand ° rdainedelders ^35): (See note preceding Q 27 In- 
d cate by an astensk the names of persons elected but not ordained ) 
a) As theological graduates (H435. 1 p 

Vernon Weaver Brown III Wi ,| iam Kenneth Mjtche Jp 

Larry Dean Crane Deborah Ann Morgan 

Robert Kenneth Eldredge Vickie Sue Pruett 

Pamela Jo Hudson Timothy John Russell 

Randall Eugene Innes Robert Strong Shields 

Gregory Keith Jenks Carolyn Reed Smith 

Delores Ann Langley Ronald James Snjder 

David Ophanalia Malloy Marshall Keith jhomason 

Raegan V.May James Bell Ward 

Dena Jo McFarland Ju | ia Webb-Bowden 

Dav.d Alexander McLean William Joseph Wilburn 

Joanna Claire Miller p eggy 0r ms b y Witt 

m a d u • William J Witt, Jr. 

*o v 7 /u AsProbatlonar y Members Piously Associate Members (H435 2)? Mone 

^^ fr ° m ° ther ChrJSUan den ^inatJons, have had their orders 

a) As deacons? 
Henry Mallie Hinnant 

b) As elders? None 

40. Who have been elected or ordained as a courtesy to other conferences? (See note 
preced.ng Q.27. Such courtesy elections or ordinations do NOT require transfer of 
conference membership.) 

a) Elected: 

As Associate Members? None 

As Probationary Members? None 

As Members in Full Connection? None 

b) Ordained after election by this conference: 
Deacons? None 

Elders? None 

c) Ordained after election by other conferences: 
Deacons? None 

Elders? None 

4 1 . Who have been transferred out to other Annual Conferences of The United Methodist 
Church (1151 6.5)? (If Probationary or Associate, so indicate. See note preceding 

Paul Lee Burke West Virginia 06/15/90 

Vickie Bissette Burks (PM) Holston .... 06/14/90 

William P. McComas (retired) West Virginia 08/01/89 

42. Who are discontinued as Probationary Members (141 8)? 



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Lynn Tucker Grogan 06/30/90 

John Brinkley Sugg 06/30/90 

43. Who have been granted honorable location (1452. 1 )? (If Associate Member, so indi- 
cate. Give date when this action became effective. Record Charge Conference where 
membership is held): 

THIS YEAR? 

Floyd C. Hinshaw, Jr 1990 BU: Grace CC 

Douglas Ray Hull 1990 Atlantic CC 

Donald Thomas Settle 1990 Hayes Barton CC 

Johnnie Joseph Williams, Jr 1 990 DC1: Epworth CC 

PREVIOUSLY? 

Albert F. Keller 1940 

William M. Loy 1944 

Ernest R. Bromley 1947 

Robert Stansil Gibson 1965 

Albert Raney Folds 1967 

Auburn William Lore 1968 

Edward Powell Osteen, Sr 1969 Durham: Bethany CC 

William Raymond Peele, Jr 1969 

Eugene Thomas Long III 1970 

Albert Ervyne Thompson 1 970 

James Frederick Thompson, Jr 1 971 

Theodore Joseph Collier, Jr 1971 

Thomas Walters Mulling 1971 

Paul Cullum Gentry 1972 

Royce Paul Jones 1972 

Joel Martin Savell 1972 

Harold Dallas Stanley 1972 

Harold Uoyd Stauffer 1972 

William Ernest Herbert 1 973 

James Worth Lineberger, Jr 1973 Cary: First CC 

Eric Carl Krohne 1974 

Carl Edward Settle 1976 

Gerald Harris Shinn 1977 Wl: Wesley Mem. CC 

Wesley Gamble Brogan 1978 

James Frederick Langston 1 979 Portsmouth,VA:Aldersgate 

Jather L. Peterson, Jr 1979 Vanceboro CC 

Lowell Earl Adkins 1980 BCJ: Front St. CC 

Horace Taylor Ferguson 1 980 

Henry Gurney Jinnette 1980 GO: St. Paul CC 

Phillip Wayne Keel 1980 

Thomas Ray McKay 1981 Carolina Beach CC 

Mac Linscott Ricketts 1981 Louisburg CC 

Thomas Otis Fulcher 1982 Statesville: Broad St. CC 

Wayne Everett Young 1 983 Warrenton: Wesley Mem. 

Roger Russell Blake 1 986 Wake Forest CC 

44. Who have had their conference membership terminated: (If Associate Member, so 
indicate. Give date when this action became effective.) 

a) By withdrawal to unite with another denomination (11452.5)? 
Henry Warren Casiday United Church of Christ 

b) By surrender of the ministerial office (H452.3, .5)? None 



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c) By withdrawal under complaints or (11452.4, .5, 2626.2)? 
Carl Mitchell Eller (under charges) . . ,05/14/90 

d) By withdrawal between conference (1454.6? None 

e) By involuntary termination (1453. 1 0? None 
By administrative location (1453.3)? None 
g) By trial (11453.2, 2624.3)? None 

45. Deceased (List alphabetically): 

a) What Associate Members have died during the year? None 
EFFECTIVE: 

NAME - DATE OF BIRTH - DATE OF DEATH 

George McCrea Marsh, Jr 07/04/33 . . .07/20/89 

RETIRED: None 

b) What Probationary Members have died during the year? None 

c) What Members in Full Connection have died during the year? 
EFFECTIVE: 

NAME - DATE OF BIIRTH - DATE OF DEATH 

Henry Arthur Phillips, Jr 09/21/34 . . .09/20/89 

RETIRED: 

Richard Thomson Commander 05/10/23 . . .02/04/90 

Harvey Laudis Davis 04/15/99 . . .06/19/89 

Nelson Pate Edens 12/27/00 . . . 06/27/89 

Offie Lemuel Hathaway 09/01/05 . . .01/24/90 

Madison Ward Maness 05/15/04 . . .03/15/90 

Charles Graham Nickens 07/08/17 ... 1 1/17/89 

James Robert Regan, Sr 04/04/02 . . .07/17/89 

Edward Franklin Smith, Jr 01/12/20 . . .01/19/90 

David Morrill Tyson 09/29/16 . . .04/12/90 

Carlton Ray West 06/20/23 . . .12/25/89 

d) What local pastors have died during the year? 
None 

46. What ordained ministers have received appointments in other Annual Conferences 
of The United Methodist Church while retaining their membership in this Annual Con- 
ference (1426.1)? (List alphabetically; indicate Annual Conference where appointed 
and number of years such an appointment has been in effect. If Probationary or As- 
sociate Member, so indicate.) 

Christian Laube Kraatz United Church of Canada 04/01/90 

Linda Marie Kelly (PM) Western North Carolina 02/01/90 

Robert Ogle Skinner Central Illinois 06/1 1/90 

47. Who are the ordained ministers on leave of absence and for what number of years 
consecutively has each held this relation (1448)? (If Probationary Members or As- 
sociate Member, so indicate. Record charge where membership is held.) 

a) With consent? 

NAME AND NUMBER OF YEARS 

Michael Reid Barker 06/30/90 . . . RA: Edenton St. CC 

John D. Butson 06/30/88 . . . Laurinburg: First CC 

Leeland Jan Fogleman 05/31/89 . . . Durham: Trinity CC 

J. Harvey Estes 06/01/87 . . . Banks-Grove Hill CC 

J. Rodney Fulcher 06/01/87 . . .Caledonia CC 

Paul D. Granger 06/30/88 . . . Hope Mills CC 



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48 



50 



RA: St. Marks CC 
Haymount CC 
Lumberton: Asbury CC 
Trinity-Piney Grove CC 
Resurrection CC 
Oxford CC 
Mamers CC 
Lakewood CC 
Pleasant Green CC 
Brookland-Brooksdale CC 



Dwight C. Jarvis 06/30/90 

Susan Padgett Levis 06/01/87 

Billy W. A. McLean (AM) 06/30/88 

David A. McLean (AM) 06/30/88 

Deborah Morgan 06/30/90 

Charles Donald Myers 06/01/86 

Leon Jackson Pernell 10/31/88 

John Martin Russell (PM) 06/30/90 

Julia Webb-Bowden 06/30/90 

Norma Walters Wingo (PM) 06/30/90 

b) Without consent? None 

c) What ordained ministers have been placed on leave of absence since the last 
session of the Annual Conference (ad interim)? 
NAME - EFFECTIVE DATE - CHARGE CONFERENCE 

(1) With consent? 

Michael Kevin Boggs (PM) 01/31/90 . . . Glendale Heights CC 

Ruth E. Harper 01/01/90 ... FA: St. Matthews CC 

Benjamin R. MeMn 02/01/90 ... FA: Christ CC 

Robert Henderson Ray 04/01/90 . . . Chestnut Ridge CC 

Johnnie Joseph Williams, Jr. . . . 11/01/89 . . . Durham: EpworthCC 

(2) Without consent? None 

d) What ordained ministers on leave of absence have had their leaves terminated 
since the last session of the Annual Conference (ad interim)? 
NAME - EFFECTIVE DATE 

Linda M. Kelly (PM) 01/31/90 

Leslie Marsicano 07/31/89 

Benjamin R. MeMn 03/31/90 

Who have been suspended under the provisions of 112623.3d? (Give effective dates.) 
None 
49. Who are granted sabbaticai leave (H446)? (Give date when this relation became ef- 
fective; if Associate Member, so indicate.) None 

What actions have been taken concerning disabled ordained ministers and full-time 
local pastors (H450. NOTE: Disability leave is a relationship that must be granted AN- 
NUALLY by action of the Annual Conference. If the disability leave of persons in 
Q.50a) is continuing, list their names also in Q.50c). Persons listed here should not 
be listed as retired under Questions 51 , 52, 53, or 54.) 

a) What ordained ministers and full-time local pastors were granted disability leave 
since the last Annual Conference session (H450.2) (Give effective dates and in- 
dicate if Probationary Members, Associate Member, or Full-time Local Pastor): 
George Calvin Smith 04/01/90 

b) What ordained ministers and full-time local pastors have had their disability leave 
terminated since the last conference session (H450.3)? (Give effective dates of 
terminations): None 

c) What ordained ministers and full-time local pastors are granted disability leave at 
this session (11450.1)? (If Probationary Member, Associate Member, or Full-time 
Local Pastor, so indicate.) 

Clingman Carter Capps 02/01/84 

Frederick F. Dillon (AM) 06/01/84 



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Virgil Loren Free (AM) 07/01/90 

James W. Hicks (AM) 06/01/89 

Clifton R. Hollowell 06/01/86 

Arnold Kimsey King, Jr 06/01/85 

William Robert King (FLP) 06/01/86 

Robert Fullerton McKee 08/15/83 

James Earl McLendon 06/01/87 

Evander Parnell (AM) 06/01^76 

George Calvin Smith 04/01/90 

51. WhatMembers in Full Connection have been retired (H451): List alphabetically giving 
full name - first, middle, last - in that order.) 

a) THIS YEAR? 

Mandatory Retirement (age 70)? (1457.7,) None 

Vassar Wilson Jones, 41 8 W. Gordon St., Roxoboro 27573 Long Mem. CC 
Early Retirement (20 or more years under appointment)? (145 1.2a) 
James Arthur Tingle, P.O. Box 516, Hartsel, CO 80449 
John Hezekiah White, P.O. Box 17286, Raleigh, MC 27619 
Retirement ivith Actuarially Reduced Benefits (age 62 or 35 years under ap- 
pointment)? (145 1.2b) 

Early Clifford Shoaf, 21 6 E. Water St., Edenton, NC 27932 
Charles Edward Sparks, 3904 Thomasville Rd., Winston-Salem, MC 27107 
Regular Retirement (age 65 or 40 years under appointment)? (1457 .2c) 
Richard Robert Blankenhorn, PO Box 1012, Misenheimer, NC Mt. Sylvan CC 
James Collins Parker Brown, 380 Swoope Drive, Southern Pines, NC 28387 
Joseph Junior Grimes, 1316 Pruden St., Roanoke Rapids, NC 27870 
Alton Pugh Hill, Jr., PO Box 1724, Kinston, NC 28502, Queen St. CC 
Robert Norman Knight, 4708-A Matt Dr., Raleigh, NC 27604 
Harvey Langill Watson, 3620 Westridge Cir., Rocky Mount, NC 27804 

b) PREVIOUSLY? 

BCJRLINGTON DISTRICT - Gayle T. Alexander, Chester J. Andrews, Lewis H. Dodson, 
S. G. Dodson, Jr., H. H. Hodgin, Jr., William M. Howard, Jr., L R. Mason, Jr. Jesse F. 
Minnis, Robert C. Mooney, Jr., C. P. Morris, Robert E. Lee Moser, George W. Ports, Jr., 
William A. Seawell, Robert B. Storrs, Jr., E. Russell Stott, Marvin Dewey Tyson, Christian 
White 

DCJRHAM DISTRICT - Paul Wesley Aitken, Walton N. Bass, David G. Bradley, Robert 
E. Cushman, N. A. Desrosiers, Matt R. Gardner, R. S. Harrison, Barney L. Jones, Johnie 
L. Joyce, Charles H. Lancaster, Brooks B. Little, E. H. Measamer, Eric O. Murray, John 
R. Poe, Vergil E. Queen, John Edward Reed, Cecil W. Robbins, Charles K. Robinson, John 
J. Rudin II, A. M. Williams, Kelly J. Wilson, Jr., J. D. Young 

ELIZABETH CITY DISTRICT - Lewis A. Dillman, E. L. Earnhardt, D. T. Goodwin, 
Lawrence A. Green, C. B. Hutcherson, J. Kern Ormond, Edgar E. Whitley, William Earl 
Worley 

FAYETTEVILLE DISTRICT - W. Hoyt Cheek, Allen C. Edens, Jr., J. E. Garlington, N. 
B. Hill, Jr., James R. Lancaster, Jr., P. O. Lee, Melvin R. Miller, T. Arnold Pope, R. M. Poulk, 
Aaron G. Tyson, Clarence L. Warren, Samuel J. Womack, J. H. Warren 

GOLDSBORO DISTRICT - Robert L. Bame, Chester D. Brown, W. R. Crowder, C. F. 
Eakin, J. Paul Edwards, H. L Harrell, C. E. Hix, Jr., Jean L Hood, Grady L. Kinley, F. D. 
Lamneck, B. R. McCullen, E. G. Purcell, Jr., James G. Snypes, R. E. Walston, Samuel L. 
Wood 



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GREENVILLE DISTRICT - F. W. Fortescue, Murrell K. Glover, John W. Hobbs, L. E. 
Lugar, James G. Lupton, J. H. Miller, Jr., J. B. Parvin, H. F. Pollock, M. O. Stephenson, 
H. L. Tenney, 

NEW BERN DISTRICT - Edward P. Armstrong, James A. Auman, Paul C. Browning, 
Roy O. Burgess, Irving E. Cook, W. C. Feltman, Lawrence E. Lugar, Samuel S. Moore, 
R. L. Nicks, Joseph C. Parker, Jesse C.Staton, Sr., Pearl G. West 

RALEIGH DISTRICT -Troy J. Barrett, Joseph K. Bostick, Jr., JohnM. Cline, J. H. Crum, 
G. W. Crutchfield, B. L. Davidson, K. E. Frazier, J. W. Garrison, H. L Harris, Norwood L. 
Jones, H. B. Lewis, J. W. Lineberger, Walter N. McDonald, H. M. McLamb, C. Maness 
Mitchell, J. P. Moorman, W. B. Petteway, L. P. Plyler, R. W. Pritchard, F. R. Randolph, J. 
Earl Richardson, J. P. Rickards, K. B. Sexton, N. H. Thompson, T. Marvin Vick, Jr., H. 
Robert Warren, James A. Williams, O. B. Wooldridge 

ROCKINGHAM DISTRICT - John D. Aycock, Simeon F. Cummings, Willie J. Evans, 
T. B. Hough, T. H. House, Harold F. Leatherman, Robert A. MacLean, Clyde G. McCarver, 
B. F. Meacham, W. F. Meacham, C. H. Mewborn, Robert F. Moore, Lee A. Phillips, J. H. 
Shiver, L. Ray Sparrow, James C. Stokes, Jr. Amos H. Stone, L. C. Swink, D. D. Trayn- 
ham, William M. Wells, Jr., K. R. Wheeler, Herman S. Winberry 

ROCKY MOCJNT DISTRICT - L. E. Blackburn, Daniel C. Boone, Sidney G. Boone, C. 
R. Breedin, C. W. Goldston, John T. Greene, W. B. Gregory, O. Kelly Ingram, L. P. Jack- 
son, T. R. Jenkins, R. Harry Jordan, Dan E. Meadows, Charles H. Mercer, Jack W. Moore, 
Brooks Patten, John T. Smith, J. B. Speight, H. M. Wilkinson, A. W. Winstead 

SANFORD DISTRICT - William H. Brady, J. C. Chaffin, John R. Crew, Jr., W. A. Crow, 
W. Everette Eason, James W. Hamilton, C. F. Hirschi, C. S. Hubbard, Konstanty Naider, 
W. Junius Neese, J. E. Sponenberg, Mary L. VonCanon 

WILMINGTON DISTRICT - Clyde S. Boggs, W. O. Connor, R. Leon Crossno, H. F. 
Davis, F. D. Hedden, Alton S. Lancaster, Rayford H. Methvin, David L. Moe, Ben F. Musser, 
John S. Pearsall, Allen Richardson, Roger E. Thompson 

52. What Associate Members have been retired (H451): (List alphabetically giving full 
name - first, middle, last - in that order.) 

a) This year? 

Paul Wesley Evans, 833 S. Tillery St., Rocky Mount, NC 27803 

b) Previously? 

William H. Farmer 1989 

Fletcher W. Fraley 1984 

William Nelson Fulford 1985 

Henry Marcus Hunnings 1 987 

Orville Earl Leonard 1976 

Charles I. Gmstead, Jr 1980 

Luther Vernon Wesley 1985 

53. What Probationary Members have been retired (H451 ): 

a) This year? None 

b) Previously? None 

54. Who have been recognized as retired local pastors (H41 0.5): 

a) This year? 

Herbert Franklin Horne.POBox 728,Maysville,NC 28555, Belgrade-Taberna.CC 
Emma Ruth McLean, PO Box 1205, Laurinburg, NC 28352, Maxton Cir. CC 

b) Previously? 

Leon Moran Brock 1 975 

Jefferson Woodrow Davis 1 984 



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Riley Vance Hardison, Jr 1987 

John Thomas Ledford 1 980 

Ester Maxwell McNair 1986 

George D. Miller 1973 

Harley McCoy Owens 1 983 

Charles Maura Treihart 1 983 

Roy L. Turnage, Jr 1982 

Tracie Varnum 1 984 

55. Changes in clergy membership: What is the number of ordained ministers: (MOTE: 
The numbers in parenthesis following each category listing are the question num- 
bers in this report form where ministers in that category are listed. The number 
reported below should agree with the number of names listed in the corresponding 
questions.) 

a) Elected as Associate Members? (27) 

b) Elected as Probationary Members? (28a, b, c) 15 

c) Elected as Members in Full Connection? (31) 25 

d) Readmitted? (32, 33a, b) 

e) Retired made effective? (34a, b, c) 

f) Transferred in? (30a, b, 35, 36) 5 

g) Transferred out? (41 ) 3 

h) Discontinued as Probationary Members? (42) 2 

i) Honorably located? (43) 39 

j) Withdrawn? (44a, b, c) 2 

k) Involuntarily terminated? (44d) 

1) Administratively located? (44e) 

m) Terminated by trial? (44f) 

n) Deceased (45a, b, c) 12 

56. What is the number of: 

a) Pastoral charges? 574 

b) Local churches? 845 

57. What is the number of ministerial members of the Annual Conference: 
a) By appointment category and conference relationship? 

(NOTES: 

(1 ) Where applicable, the question numbers on this report form corresponding 
to each category have been placed in parenthesis following the category 
title. Where these question numbers appear, the number reported in that 
category should agree with the number of names listed in the correspond- 
ing question. 

(2) For the three categories of Appointments Beyond the Local Church, please 
report as follows: 

U443.1a, c): the number of clergy members appointed within United 
Methodist connectional structures, including district superintendents. 
H443.1b, c): the number of clergy members appointed to extension mini- 
stries, under endorsement by the Division of Chaplains and Related Mini- 
stries of the General Board of Higher Education and Ministry. 
1443. Id): the number of clergy members appointed to other valid ministries, 
confirmed by a two-thirds vote of the Annual Conference. 
See the Discipline paragraphs indicated for more detailed description of 
these appointment categories.) 



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Members in 


Probationary 


Categories Full Connection 


Members 


Pastors 


370 


56 


Appointments Beyond the 






Local Church: 






11443.1a, c) (72a) 


63 


1 


Appointments Beyond the 






Local Church: 






H443.1b,c)(72b) 


31 





Appointments Beyond the 






Local Church: 






1443. Id) (72c) 


25 


2 


Appointments to 






Attend School (73) 


5 


2 


On Leave of Absence (47) 


13 


4 


On Sabbatical Leave (49) 








On Disability Leave (50c) 


6 





Retired (51 ,52, 53) 


201 






Associate Mbrs/ Full-Time 

Affiliate Mbrs LPs 

With Vote (21a) 



21 



29 






X 


1 


X 





X 


4 


1 


8 


12 



Total Number, 
Clergy Members 



714 



65 



35 



29 



Grand Total, 
All Conference 
Clergy Members 



843 



b) By gender and racial/ethnic identification? (MOTE: see the instruction for item 
57 for guidelines to assist in the racial/ethnic identification count.) 



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Categories 



Members in 
Full Connection 



Female 
Male 



Total Number, 
Clergy Members* 



Total Number, 
Clergy Members' 1 



Grand Total, 
All Conference 
Clergy Members* 



45 

669 



714 



714 



843 



Associate Mbrs/ Full-Time 

Probationary Affiliate Mbrs LPs Apptd 

Members With Vote to Charge 



16 
49 



65 



65 




35 



35 



35 



2 
27 



29 



Grand Total, 










All Conference 










Clergy Members* 


843 








Asian 
Black 



16 



2 



1 



2 



27 


Hispanic 














34 


Native American 


6 





Pacific Islander 








White 


692 


63 



29 



*The totals entered in these spaces should agree with the comparable totals in the 
bottom two lines of Q.57a). 



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PART III: DIACONAL MINISTERS 

58. Who constitute the Committee on Investigation (112623. 4)?7)? 
Principals: C. Denise Conner, Harold D. Jacobs, Richard Williams 
Reserves: Margaret Anne Biddle, Robert Huckaby 

59. Who are consecrated this year as diaconal ministers (11307)? (List alphabetically): 
Sue Ellen Nicholson Durham District 

Susan Parker Sanford District 

Cynthia Powell Burlington District 

60. Who are reinstated as diaconal ministers (H3 13.3c)? None 

61 . Who are transferred in as diaconal ministers (1131 2)? None 

62. Who are transferred out as diaconal ministers (1131 2)? None 

63. Who have had their conference relationship as diaconal ministers terminated by An- 
nual Conference action (H3 1 3 .3)? None 

64. What diaconal ministers have died during the year? 

a) Effective: None 

b) Retired: None 
Ethelynde Ballance 

65. What diaconal ministers have been granted leave of absence under 113 13. la, c, d) 
(disability, study/sabbatical, or personal leave): 

a) Since the last session of the Annual Conference? (Give effective date of each): 
None 

b) At this session of the Annual Conference? (Include names of persons listed in 
Question 65a, if their leaves of absence are continuing): 

David M. Hines June 1 989 

66. What diaconal ministers have been granted an extended leave (1131 3. le): 

a) Since the last session of the Annual Conference? (Give effective date of each): 
None 

b) At this session of the Annual Conference? (Include names of persons listed in 
Q.66a, if their leaves of absence are continuing): 

Wanda Gail Walker June 1986 

67. Who have returned to active status: 

a) From disability, study/sabbatical, or personal leave of absence (1131 3. 1 a, c, d)? 
None 

b) From extended leave (13 1 3 . 1 e)? None 

68. Who have taken the retired relationship to the Annual Conference as diaconal min- 
isters (1313.2): 

a) This year? 
Wanda Gail Walker 

b) Previously? 

Bernice Ballance Marilyn Johnson 

Robert H. Garrison, Jr. Alma Whitfield Offutt 

Irene Gattis Leslie C. Womack 

PART IV: APPOINTMENTS AND CONCLUDING BUSINESS 

69. What clergy members are approved for appointment to less than full-time service, 
what is the total number of years for which such approval has been granted to each, 
and for what fraction of full-time service (in one-quarter increments) is approval 
granted (for purposes of equitable salary claim and pension credit (11437.2, 441 .2, 
1606.4b)? 



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Frank L. Alexander one fourth year 

Kenneth E. Beane one fourth year 

Edwin A. Briggs three fourths year 

C. McGee Creech one fourth year 

John Henry Dutton, Jr one fourth yeaar 

Suzanna Ross Helms three fourths year 

Rachel T. Moser one half year 

Barbara K. Hollis Price one half year 

Karen Hirschi Whitaker one half year 

John E. Williams one half year 

70. What changes have been made in appointments since the last Annual Conference 
session? (Attach list. Include Appointments Beyond the Local Church and give ef- 
fective dates of all changes.) 
BURLINGTON DISTRICT 

Burlington: Davis Street - H. Arthur Phillips, Jr., died September 20, 1989. Paul B. 
Scott, Jr., was appointed November 1 , 1 989. 

Burlington: Davis Street - The associates position was left vacant when Lyndle R. Bul- 
lard was appointed to St. Luke's, March 1 , 1 990. 

Chapel Hill: Orange - Douglas R. Cullom (OM) was appointed associate pastor, Decem- 
ber 1, 1989, under 1426.1. 

New Sharon - Michael K. Boggs (PM) was granted leave of absence effective January 
31, 1990. 

Carl Dean Belcher (SL) was appointed March 1 , 1 990. 

Prospect - Stephen F. S. Strock was appointed November 1 , 1 989, replacing William 
W. Newman, who was given another appointment in the Burlington District. 

St. Luke's - Lyndle R. Bullard was transferred from Davis Street on March 1 , 1 990, 
replacing Carl D. Belcher who was given another appointment in the Burlington District. 
DURHAM DISTRICT None 
ELIZABETH CITY DISTRICT None 
FAYETTEVILLE DISTRICT 

Cotton - Gilbert Beeson, Jr., was appointed September 1 , 1 989. 
Fayuetteville: Christ - Benjamin R. Melvin was granted leave ofabsence effective 
February 1 , 1 990. Lawrence Lugar (RS) was appointed as interim pastor on March 1 , 
1990. 

Fayetteville: St. Matthews - Ruth E. Harper took leave of absence beginning Decem- 
ber 31 , 1 989. Robert M. Poulk (RM) was appointed effective Janubry 1 , 1 990. 
GOLDSBORO DISTRICT 

Browning-Smith - Joseph E. Kossan (PM) was appointed November 1 , 1 989, and 
Stephen F. S. Strock was appointed in the Burlington District. 

Faison Circuit - Davis S. Fischler was appointed in the Greenville District, November 
1, 1989. 

C. Earl Huston (PL) was appointed pastor, and H. Tyler Jones (IS) as associate pastor, 
November 1 , 1 989. 

GREENVILLE DISTRICT 

Greenville: Jarvis Memorial - Davis S. Fischler was appointed Associate Pastor, Novem- 
ber 1, 1989. 

NEW BERN DISTRICT 

Asbury - Lee C. Robison (IS) was discontinued August 31,1 989. 
John H. Tyson (who had been appointed to attend school) was appointed to Asbury 
effective September 1 , 1 989. 



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Asbury Church was left to be supplied, May 7, 1 990, when John H. Tyson returned to 
school. 

Harlowe-Oak Grove - George M. Marsh, Jr., (AM) died July 20, 1 989. 

Richard H. Flick (OM) was appointed interim pastor August 1 , 1 989. 

RALEIGH DISTRICT 

Ebenezer - William W. Newman was appointed November 1 , 1 989, replacing Paul B. 
Scott, Jr., who was given an appointment in the Burlington District. 

Gilburg -James P. Johnson (SLP) was appointed November 1 , 1 989, replacing Joseph 

E. Dossan, who was given an appointment in the Goldsboro District. 

Raleigh: St. Mark - G. David Dunson (OM-426.1) was appointed Associate Pastor, 
August 24, 1989. 

Raleigh: Hayes Barton - The Associate Pastor position was left to be supplied, May 1 5, 
1 990, when D. Ray Warren (FL) was appointed Associate Director of the Conference 
Council on Ministries. 

ROCKINGHAM DISTRICT 

Lumberton: Asbury - Clifford L. Williams (OM-426.2) withdrew October 31 , 1 989. Her- 
man S. Winberry (RM) was appointed November 1 4, 1 989. 

Coharie - Joseph Kenny Simmons (PL) was discontinued October 23, 1 989. Simeon 

F. Cummings (RM) was appointed October 23, 1989. 

Hamlet: Fellowship - Carl M. Eller withdrew from the ministry May 1 5, 1 990. William 
M. Wells, Jr., (RM) was appointed as interim pastor, May 1 5 - June 1 5, 1 990. 

Lighthouse - Herbert Lowry, Jr., (PL) was discontinued June 30, 1989. Lighthouse 
has been supplied by lay speakers this year. 

ROCKY MOCJNT DISTRICT 

Gold Valley - J. Milton Hadley was appointed Director of Pastoral Care at Annie Penn 
Hospital in Reidsville, effective February 1 , 1 990. 

C. W. Gooldston (RM) served as interim pastor, February-March, 1 990. 

Greg A. Presnal (IS) was appointed to Gold Valley on April 1 , 1 990. 

SAN FORD DISTRICT 

Bonlee - Vickie Diane Phillips (SL) was discontinued 07/31/89. 

Todd S. Krueger (SL) was appointed 09/24/89. 

Pittsboro: First - Christian L. Kraatz was appointed to Mountainview United Church 
(United Church of Canada) under 1 426.1 , effective April 1 , 1 990. 

Benjamin R. MeMn, who had been on Leave of Absence, was appointed to Pittsboro 
effective April 1 , 1 990. 

Sanford: Trinity was left to be supplied. Linda A. Goldston (IS) was appointed Sep- 
tember 2, 1 989. 

WILMINGTON DISTRICT 

Harrells: Centenary was left to be supplied. Troy Kevin Todd (PL) was appointed Sep- 
tember 1, 1989. 

Tabor City: St. Paul - George C. Smith was granted Study Leave, April 1 , 1 990. 

Winston A. Saunders (RM) served as interim supply, April 1 , 1 990 - June 30, 1 990. 

Westview was left to be supplied. John K. Ormond, Jr., was appointed interim pastor 
on July 15, 1989. 

71 . Where are the preachers stationed for the ensuing year? 
(See Appointment List on the next page.) 

72. What ordained ministers are appointed beyond the local church for the ensuing year: 
(H442. List according to the disciplinary categories listed below.) 

a) Within the connectional structures of United Methodism (11443. 1 a, c)? 

b) To extension ministries (H443. 1 b, c)? 



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c) To other valid ministries under the provisions of 11443. 1 d? 

73. Who are appointed to attend school (1151 6.6)? (List alphabetically all those whose 
prime appointments is to attend school.) 

Associate Members: 

Probationary Members: 

Members in Full Connection: 

(See Appointment List on the next page.) 

74. Where are the diaconal ministers appointed for the ensuing year (131 0)? (Diaconal 
minister appointments are included in the Appointment List.) 

75. What other personal notations should be made? (Include such matters as changes 
in pension credit, correction or additions to matters reported in the Business of the 
Annual Conference form in previous years, and legal name changes of ministerial 
members.) 

Deborah Morgan Tyson's name was changed to Deborah Morgan, March 1 990. 

Lisa Ann Brown is shown in the 1988 Journal as ordained Deacon in 1986 in Dur- 
ham. It should have read "Ordained Deacon," 1 985, in Fayetteville. 

Lisa Ann Brown became Lisa Brown Cole, May 5, 1 990. 

Lee C. Robison (Interim Supply) was inadvertently listed in the 1 989 Journal as serv- 
ing under 1426.1. 

Samuel G. Dodson, Jr., has been given pension credit for the period 1 0/31/54 through 
09/09/58. This will increase his years of pension credit with the N.C. Conference by 3.75. 

Harold H. Harbin, Jr., became a Full-Time Local Pastor effective January 1 , 1 990. 

David A. McLean was inadvertently shown on page 220 of the 1 988 Conference Jour- 
nal as a Student Local Pastor instead of a Full Time Local Pastor. He was appointed to 
Trinity-Piney Grove in teh Raleigh District, March 1 , 1 988. 

David A. McLean was inadvertently shown on page 220 of the 1 988 Journal as a Stu- 
dent Local Pastor instead of a Full Time Local Pastor. He was appointed to Trinity-Piney 
Grove in the Raleigh District, March 1 , 1988. 

Effective May 1 , 1 990, John H. white was reduced to less than full time appointment 
(1/4 time). 

Deborah Morgan Tyson was inadvertently listed on page 235, 1 988 Journal, as "Ap- 
pointed to attend school." Her appointment should have been listed under 11443. l.b, 
"Appointed to Extension Ministries," since she was serving as Chaplain's Assistant, Duke 
Medical Center. 

Norma Walters Wingo was listed inadvertently on page 241, 1989 Journal, as "Ap- 
pointed to Attend School." Her appointment should have been listed under 1443.1 .b, 
"Appointed to Extension Ministries," since she was serving as Chaplain's Assistant, Duke 
Medical Center. 

Pamela Jo Hudson was listed inadvertently on page 235, 1 988 Journal, and on page 
241 , 1 989 Journal, as "Appointed to Attend School." Her appointment should have been 
listed under 1443. l.d, "Appointed to Other Valid Ministries," since she was serving as 
Chaplain's Assistant, N.C. Memorial Hospital. 

(Also see Pension Report, Section V of Journal.) 

76. Where shall the next Conference Session be held? 
Methodist College, Fayetteville, North Carolina 



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1990 - 1991 APPOINTMENT LIST 
Key to Appointment List 

PM Probationary Member 

AM Associate Member 

FL Full-Time Local Pastor 

PL Part-Time Local Pastor 

SL Student Local Pastor 

RM Retired Pastor serving as Supply 

OM Member of Other Conference or Denomination 

IS Interim Supply 

(John Doe)Name enclosed in ( ) indicates that the minister is not a full conference 

member. 
[2] Indicates number of churches on the charge. Number in the right-hand 

column indicates the number of years minister has been appointed to that 

charge. 

BURLINGTON DISTRICT - 49 Charges 

George W. Johnson, District Superintendent - 1 
3118 Truitt Drive, Burlington, NC 27215 



Bellemont 


William V. Taylor 




4 


Bethel 


Sandra J. Conner 


PM 


2 


BURLINGTON: 








Davis Street 


Paul B. Scott, Jr. 




2 


Emmanuel 


William C. Spencer, Jr. 




3 


Faith 


Glenn B. Everett 




6 


Front Street 


Jack L. Hunter 




7 


Associate 


(Robert K. Smith) 
Margaret Anne Biddle 


FL 


2 


Diaconal Minister 






Grace 


Jerry S. Dodson 




5 


St. Paul's 


Edward M. Gunter 




3 


West Burlington 


William L. Wolfe 




6 


Burlington Ct. [2] 


Otto H. C. Hardt 




2 


Carrboro 


James H. Coile 




3 


Cedar Grove 


David L. Harvin 




5 


CHAPEL HILL: 








Aldersgate 


Susan L. Allred 




4 


Amity 


Richard C. Vaughan 




2 


Orange 


Rene' O. Bideaux 




3 


Associate 


Douglas R. Cullum 


OM 


2 


University 


William H. Gattis 




5 


Associate 


Raegan V. May 
Carol Denise Conner 




3 


Diaconal Minister 






Chestnut Ridge 


(Phillip R. Maynard) 
Virgil B. Huffman 
(Robert T. McLawhorn) 
Stuart R. Tucker 


SL 


5 


Cobb Circuit [3] 




6 


Concord 


SL 


3 


Efland 


OM 


2 


Eno-Palmers Grove [2] 


(Bruce D. Phillips) 
Ellen H. Metcaff 


SL 


3 


Evergreen 




4 


Fairview 


Robert W. Morgan 




2 


Friendship 
GRAHAM: 


Alvin M. Home 




9 


Christ-Cedar Cliff [2] 


A. Gene Cobb, Jr. 




1 


First 


Marshall R. Old 




3 


Diaconal Minister 


Cynthia D. Powell 






Haw River 


Fred E. Roberts 




1 


Hebron 


Carson S. Tyson 
(Roger C. Williams) 
Herman N. Ward, Jr. 




7 


Hightowers [3] 
Hillsborough 


FL 


4 
22 


Leasburg 


(Stephen H. Kirby) 
(Steven N. Formo) 


SL 


3 


Lebanon-Carr [2] 


SL 


1 



231 



Me bane 

Minister of Education 
Milton [3] 
Mt. Hermon 
New Hope -Pur ley [2] 
New Sharon 
Phillips Chapel 
Prospect 
Rock Creek [2] 
St. Luke's 
Salem 
Saxapahaw 
Shiloh 

Swepsonville 
Union Grove 
Walnut Grove 
West Orange [2] 
Yanceyville 



George A. Jones 
To be supplied 
(Adolph C. Smith) 
Judi J. Smith 
Donna Susan Moore 
Carl Dean Belcher 
Benjamin S. Sharpe, Jr. 
Stephen F. S. Strock 
(J. Donald Johnson) 
fLyndle R. Bullard) 
Charles R. Litzenberger 
Gregory K. Jenks 
William A. Haddock, Jr. 
Randall E. Innes 
(Anne T. Bachmann) 
R. Michael Sykes 
Robert K. Eldredge 
(Thomas D. McDowell) 



DURHAM DISTRICT - 55 Charges 

Albert Shuler, District Superintendent - 1 
1002 West Knox Street, Durham NC 27701 



SL 



PM 
PM 



SL 
SL 



SL 



SL 



Allensville-Trinity [2] 


Bess G. Hunnings 
(Gary E. AllredJ 
J. Albert Trotter 




4 


Andrews Chapel 
Bahama: Mt. Bethel 


SL 


2 




3 


Banks-Grove Hill [21 
Brookland-Brooksdale [2] 


(Steven M. Ling) 
Brian W. Wingo 
(Richard G. Reed) 
Johnny H. Branch 
Kelly J. Wilson HI 


FL 


1 


PM 


3 


Butner: Community 


SL 




Concord 




3 


Creedmoor 




5 


DURHAM: 








Aldersgate 


Robert L. Wallace 




13 


Asbury 


Wallace M. Ellis 






Asbury Temple 


Stanley C. Moore 
Rex E. Brooks 


PM 


3 


Bethany 
Bethesda 




3 


James T Weaver, Jr. 


PM 


3 


Calvary 


Charles E. Owens 




3 


Carr 


Edward F. Bogie 




6 


Diaconal Minister 


Tacoma O'Connor 






Duke Memorial 


W. Eric Carson 




4 


Assistant in Ministry 


J. Lawrence Brasher 


OM 


1 


Duke's Chapel 


John W. Ruth 




5 


Epworth 


Charles K. Morrison 




1 


Associate 


Ruth E. Harper 




1 


Glendale Heights 


Mark W. Wethington 




3 


Good Shepherd 
Lakewoocf 


Mark E. Lykins 
Eddie Jo Jarrett 


PM 


3 


PM 


1 


McMannen 


Michael B. Hobbs 




3 


Parkwood 


Leonard F. Doucette 




3 


Pleasant Green 


R. Lawrence Bowden, Jr. 




1 


Resurrection 


E. Powell Osteen, Jr. 




5 


St. Paul 


Everett J. France 




2 


Trinity 


David E. Brownlee 




3 


Diaconal Minister 


Sue Ellen Nicholson 






Ellis Chapel 
Fletcher's Chapel 


Frank L Alexander 




9 


Barry Lee Lane 




6 


Granville Circuit J21 
Granville-Vance [3J 


(Tryon D. Lowry) 


SL 


1 


(Derrick K. Harris) 


SL 


4 


Helena 


(D. Christopher Hill) 


SL 


1 


HENDERSON: 








City Road 


G. Ronald Patton 




3 



232 



First 

White Memorial [2] 
Lea's Chapel-Warren s Grove [2] 
Marrow's Chapel 
Massey's Chapel 
Mt. Sylvan 

Associate 
Mt. Tabor-Riverview [2] 
Mt. Tirzah 
Mt. Zion 
Oak Grove 
Oxford 

Oxford: Salem 
Rehoboth-Harris Chapel [2] 
Rougemont 131 
ROXBORO: 

Ca-Vel 

Grace 

Longhurst 

Long Memorial 
Salem (Person Co.) 
Stem-Bullock's [2] 
Stovall 
Tabernacle 



C. Clyde Tucker 
(Jeffrey L. Jackson) 
Ronald J. Snider 
Floyd R. Morrow, Jr. 
(Marilyn K. Shipman) 
J. Donald Phillips 
Mary Alene Clive 
(Douglas W. Miller) 
(Clinton W. Spence) 
James R. Huskins 
J. Stanley Brown 
John E. Harwood, Jr. 
(Berry Lynn Taylor II) 
David A. Huff 
Roderic L. Mullen 

(Hunter H. Preston) 
(James C. Reed, Jr.) 
W. Christopher Aydlett 
J. Edward Morrison 
Jeffrey L. Roberts 
James Edward Bailey 
(John W. Yount) 
(Sam F. Martin III) 



ELIZABETH CITY DISTRICT - 37 Charges 

M. Randall Baker, District Superintendent - 4 
P. O. Box 1662, Elizabeth City, NC 27909 



Ahoskie 
Albemarle J3] 
Aulander [3] 
Chowan [41 
Creswell [3] 
Currituck [2] 
Edenton 
ELIZABETH CITY: 

City Road 

First 

Associate 

Riverside 
Gatesville [331 
Harrellsville [4] 
Hatteras [3] 
Hertford 
Kinnakeet [3] 
Kitty Hawk 
Manns Harbor [3] 
Manteo: Mt. Olivet 
Moyock 
Murfreesboro 
New Hope-Woodland [2] 
Newlana-Grace [21 
North Gates [3] 
Ocracoke 

Outer Banks Parish [2] 
Pasquotank [2] 
Perkins 

Perquimans [3] 
Pilmoor Memorial 
Plymouth 
Sharon 





2 


SL 


2 




3 




6 


PL 


3 




1 




1 


SL 


2 


SL 


3 




5 


PM 


2 




1 


SL 


1 


OM 


1 




1 


SL 


1 


FL 


4 


PM 


1 




3 


PM 


2 


PM 


3 


IS 


13 


SL 


3 



Charles V. Bryant 




1 


(Robert B. Craig) 
(Laura G. Early) 


FL 


3 


FL 


4 


Luther V. High, Jr. 


OM 


2 


Paul T. Stallsworth 




1 


(Emmit C. McCall) 
Ralph I. Epps 


AM 


4 




6 


Charles E. McKenzie 




8 


Milton T. Mann 




1 


Dena Jo McFarland 




3 


Lawrence C. Higgins 




2 


Daniel D. Bowman 




8 


(Doris Jean Johnson) 
Thomas Lynn Sweeley 
Raymond K. Wittman 


FL 


3 




4 




3 


Leon D. Fowler 




4 


William M. Presnell 




2 


Clarence E. O'Briant 




1 


Clarence Garner 




1 


John R. Woodard, Jr. 




1 


C. H. Hutchinson 




1 


(Josef E. Fiegler) 
Alan C. Gibson 


FL 


2 
2 


Charles O. "Bruce" Smith 


OM 


1 


Clyde A. Denny 
William A. Ruth 


PM 


1 




6 


Haywood W. Gillkin 


PM 


1 


(Margaret Saunders) 
William E. Clements 


IS 


4 
6 


Jerry A. Jackson 




3 


Ellis J. Bedsworth 




5 


Steven M. Hall 


PM 


3 



233 



South Camden [2] 
South Mills [3] 
Tyrrell [3] 
union-Newbegun [2] 
Wanchese: Bethany 
Windsor [2] 



Stephen N. Little 
Harold T. Pickett 
Vance C. Way 
John M. Crowe 
(Richard F. Lewis) 
Alvin J. Morris 



AM 



Angier 
CLINTON: 
First 
Grace 
Clinton Ct. [3] 
Coats 
Coharie 
Cotton 
Cumberland 
Dunn: Divine Street 
Erwin 

FAYETTE VILLE: 
Camp Ground 

Associate 
Christ 
Culbreth 
Gardners 
Grace 

Harry Hosier 
Haymount 

Minister of Education and 
Christian Nurture 

Diaconal Minister 
Hay Street 
John Wesley 
Johnson Memorial 
Korean 
Person Street 
St. Andrews 
St. Matthews 
Salem 
Trinity 
Victory 

Wesley Heights 
Goshen-Keener [2] 
Harnett: Cokesbury 
Hope Mills 
Hopewell 
Kipling 
Leslie 
Lillington 

Linden: Parkers Grove 
Mamers [3] 
Marvin 

Newton Grove [3] 
Raeford 

Raeford: Hoke [2] 
Roseboro 
Sampson [3] 
South River [3] 
Spring Hill 



FAYETTE VTT J. F, DISTRICT - 50 Charges 

Helen G. Crotwell, District Superintendent - 5 
1911 Raeford Road, Fayetteville, NC 28305 



Jo-Ann M. Oulton 

R. Dennis Ricks, Jr. 
Robert E. Bergland 
Dennis E. Hooper 
Jack W. Pace, Jr. 
Simeon F. Cummings 
Gilbert W. Beeson, Jr. 
John Jay Jansen 
Jack M. Hunter 
John W. Wenberg, Jr. 

Ben C. Rouse 
Dennis M. Adams 
Walter L. Graves 
R. Keith Nanney 
Charles M. Cook 
Samuel Wynn 
Eldrick R. Davis 
John K. Bergland 

Ronald E. Dietrich 
David Anthony Argo 
Hugh H. Cameron 
Lawrence E. Johnson 
(Joseph W. Casteel) 
Jinho Kim 
Charles R. Pittman 
Haywood A. Smith 
George F. Blanchard 
Robert C. Flynn 
Henry B. Grant, Jr. 
(Johnnie S. Huggins) 
N.B.Hill, Jr. ' 

Ralph M. Hill 
(Gilbert H. Prince, Jr.) 
Tommy G. Privette 
Dennis R. Sheppard 
Stephen P. Wanger 
Amos L. I-aine 
Harold M. Chrismon 
(Eric S. Park) 
Mike K Pulliam 
Patricia D. Edwards 
Aydlett J. Eure, Jr. 
Joseph W. Forbes 
(Larry G. Patrick) 
Carrie W. Parrish 
(Andrew B. Wood) 
William J Witt, Jr. 
Lester C. Bissette 



OM 
PM 
RM 



PM 



OM 



FL 

OM 
OM 



AM 
RM 



SL 



PM 
OM 

SL 

OM 

PM 



SL 
PL 



3 
3 
2 
3 
2 
1 
1 
6 
3 
5 
3 
5 
2 
1 
2 
3 
16 
1 
2 
3 
4 
1 
2 
1 
3 
2 
3 
7 



234 



Spring Lake 

Stedman: Cokesbury 

Tabor 

Union 

Wesley-Black's Chapel [2] 



Allen C. Edens, Jr. 
Billy M. Carden 
(Milton E. Little) 
Frances L. Browne 
Peggy Ormsby Witt 



GOLDSBORO DISTRICT - 43 Charges 

J. Malloy Owen III, District Superintendent - 3 
P. O. Box 1516, Goldsboro, NC 27533 



Benson [2] 

Beston-Walker Memorial [2] 
Brogden-Falling Creek [2] 
Brownings-Smith [21 
Eureka-Yelverton [2] 
FaisonCt. [3] 

Associate 
Four Oaks 
Fremont 
Garris Chapel 
GOLDSBORO: 
Daniels Memorial 
Jefferson 
New Hope 
Pine Forest 
Providience 
St. John 
St. Luke 
St. Paul 

Associate 
Salem 
Institute-Hickory Grove [2] 
Jerusalem-Bethel [2] 
Johnston Ct. {2] 
Kenansville Parish |4] 
Kenly-Buckhorn [2] 
LaGrange 
Magnolia [4] 
Micro-Fellowship [2] 
Mt. Olive: First 
Pikeville-Mt. Carmel [2] 
Pine Level-Sanders [2] 
Princeton 
Rones Chapel 
Rose Hill 
Saulston 

Selma: Edgerton 
Seven Springs-Bethel [2] 
SMITHFIELD: 
Asbury 
Centenary 

Diaconal Minister 
Whitley-Elizabeth [2] 
Trinity 
Wallace 
Warsaw 

Westwood-Ebenezer [2] 
Zion 



James D. Bell 
(T. C. West, Jr.) 
Richard C. Sharp 
Joseph E. Kossan 
(Maurice L. Lancaster) 
(C. Earl Huston) 
(H. Tyler Jones) 
W. Joseph Yow, Jr. 
W. T. Cottingham III 
C. McGee Creech 

C. Dubois Schutt 
H. Mallie Hinnant 
Alan P. Swartz 
Mark H. Kennedy, Jr. 
James R. Oliver 
(E. M. McNair) 
Robert S. Pullman 
Thomas E. Loftis 
William A. Boykin 
Roger A. Blaisdell 
Charles F. Eakin 
(Wallace B. Lewis) 
Michael W. Leburg 
Nevin D. Snyder 
Charles M. Hackett 
Rufus E. Butner III 
Robert H. Ray 

goyce D. Odom) 
ennis M. Goodwin 
S. D. McMillan III 
(John F. Toney) 
John M. Roberts 
M.B.Collier, Jr. 
Jonathan E. Strother 
Charles K. Moseley 
Dwight E. Martin 
William R. Rudd 

James G. Snypes 
Francis C. Bradshaw 
Richard J. Williams 
T. Scott Watford 
(Daniel M. Forbes, Jr.) 
Claude T. Wilson 
Danny G. Allen 
W. Joseph Wilburn 
Samuel L. Wood 



RM 



PL 
PM 



PL 

OM 

PM 

AM 

PL 

PL 



PM 



RLP 



PM 
RM 
AM 
PM 



SL 

SL 
PM 

OM 

RM 



OM 
AM 



RM 



1 

11 
3 
2 
3 
2 
2 
3 
4 
22 



2 
1 
4 
3 
3 
2 
1 
2 
2 
1 
2 
3 
2 
4 
3 
4 
1 
1 
2 
4 
2 
16 
3 
3 
3 
1 
1 

6 

3 

2 
3 
2 
4 
2 
3 



235 



GREENVILLE DISTRICT - 40 Charges 

E. M. Thompson, Jr District Superintendent - 1 
101 Martinsborough Road, Greenville, NC 27858 



Aurora [3] 

Ayden 

Bath [2] 

Belhaven: Trinity [21 

Bell Arthur [3 

Bethel 

Farmville 

GREENVILLE: 

Holy Trinity 

Jarvis Memorial 

Associate 

St. James 

Associate 

Diaconal Minister 
Grifton 

Grimesland ]31 
Hobgood [2J 
Holly Springs 
Hooker ton 
Jamesville [31 
KINSTON: 

Queen Street 

Minister of Discipleship 

Westminster 



Kinston Circuit [21 

tethany [ 
Lebanon-Tabernacle [2] 



Lane's Chapel-Bethany [2] 



Mattamuskeet [4] 

Maury-Mt. Herman [2] 

Noble's Chapel 

Pink Hill 

Rainbow 

Robersonville 

Salem 

Diaconal Minister 
Snow Hill: Calvary 
Stantonsburg 
Stokes [3] 
Swan Quarter [4] 
Vanceboro 

Vanceboro Circuit [31 
WASHINGTON: 

Asbury 

First 

Associate 
Washington Circuit [2] 
Wesley Memorial 
Williamston 
Woodington-Webb [2] 



Edith Dudley Jenkins 


PM 


2 


John D. Mitchell 




2 


Robert M. Hammond 


PM 


4 


(Benjamin E. Nelms) 
(Wilbur C. Ormond) 


FL 


1 


PL 


4 


Earl G. Dulaney 
Wilbur C. Teachey 




5 




4 


Ralph A. Brown 

H. Sidney Huggins III 

David S. Fischler 




7 




3 




2 


Billy F. Seate 




2 


Samuel W. Loy 




5 


Stephen W. Vaughan III 
C. Arthur Wall 








3 


Dan T. Earnhardt 


OM 


7 


(Ebern E. Allen) 


SL 


3 


(Linwood S. Jones) 
R. M. Armstrong III 


FL 


3 




3 


(Charles H. Plowman) 


SL 


1 


W. Edward Privette 




4 


A. Ray Broadwell 
Paul L. Leeland 




2 




2 


(Richard C. Hill, Jr.) 


SL 


2 


(Daniel P. Powers) 
(Douglas R. Woodworth) 


PL 


18 


PL 


7 


(William d. Renn, Sr.) 


FL 


1 


Thomas M. Hollis 




2 


(Robert E. Hill) 
Sherwood A. Godwin 


PL 


1 




3 


Roger D. Paxton 




2 


Kendall J. Guthrie 


PM 


1 


Charles B. Owens 




6 


Lois Jane Stocks 






Frank I. Lloyd 




2 


Gerry G. Davis 




2 


(Sally S. Plowman) 


SL 


2 


(Bobby L. Jordan) 


AM 


2 


(L. Graham Royall) 
L B. Womack, Jr. 


AM 


2 




4 


James B. Ward 




2 


William E. Braswell 




2 


Leonard O. Fair 




1 


William D. Harrington 
(W. Nelson Fulford) 
Gayla G. Estes 


PM 


4 


RM 


3 




1 


(Jere A. Rouse) 


FL 


11 



NEW BERN DISTRICT - 47 Charges 

Thomas G. Holtsclaw, District Superintendent - 1 
1503 Kimberly Road, New Bern, NC 28560 



Alliance-Arapahoe [2] 

Asbury 

Atlantic 



Penny Dollar Farmer 
(James H. McLean) 
Richard L. Ward 



FL 
PM 



236 



Beaufort: Ann Street 


A. D. Byrd, Jr. 




2 


Beech Grove -Rhems [21 
Belgrade-Tabernacle [2] 
Beulaville 


Lynn T. Wall 




4 


James M. Short 




4 


Robert D. O'Keef 




2 


Bridgeton 


Joyce Reynolds Mott 
(George F. Cribb, Jr.) 


PM 


3 


Broad Creek 


PL 


10 


Cedar Island-Sea Level [2] 


(James R. McMillen) 


FL 


2 


Core Creek [31 
Dover-Clarks [2] 


(Riley T. Hamilton) 


FL 


3 


Roger D. Cope 
(Harold H. Harbin, Jr.) 
W. Everette Eason 




2 


Harkers Island 


FL 


3 


Harlowe-Oak Grove [2] 


RM 


1 


HAVELOCK: 








Cherry Point 


Walter W. Gaskins, Jr. 




3 


First 


Carson O. Wiggins 
(Elva Leroy Morton III) 




2 


Haw Branch 


PL 


3 


Hubert: Oak Grove 


(Donald B. Strong) 


PL 


7 


Hubert: Queens Creek 


Robert J. Rudd 




3 


JACKSONVILLE: 








Northwoods 


W. Kenneth Hall 




4 


Pine Valley 


Charles C. Smith 




4 


Trinity 
Marshallberg-Smyrna [2] 


Clyde H. Dunn 
Wayne E. Thomas 




1 




3 


Maysville 

Midway-Bethlehem 121 
MOREHEAD CITY: 


Wade W. Crabtree 




2 


W. Thomas Smith 


PM 


2 








First 


Paul W. Boone 




3 


Diaconal Minister 


Brigitte A. Freeman 
Clyde B. Cheezem 






Franklin Memorial 




4 


St. Peter's 


David A. Banks 




7 


NEW BERN: 








Centenary 


William W. Sherman, Jr. 




2 


Associate 


Andrea R. Woodhouse 


PM 


2 


Faith 


M. Eugene Tyson 




7 


Garber 


Edward F. Hill II 




4 


Riverside 


(W. Michael Hinson) 
Horace L. McLaurin 


FL 


2 


Trinity 




1 


Newport: St. James 


Argel H. Payne 




3 


Oriental 


Glenn E. Mason 




3 


Pamlico Cooperative Parish [5] 


(J. Rodney Lane, Jr.) 


AM 


2 


Associate 


(B. Fallon Melvin) 


PL 


5 


Associate 


Joseph C. Parker 


RM 


3 


Pollocksville-Lee's Chapel [2] 


Rudolph H. Hodge 
Robert D. O'Keef 




4 


Richlands 




3 


Riverdale 


David W. Woodhouse 


PM 


2 


Salter Path 


J. Sidney Epperson 
(John G. Olive) 




2 


Shady Grove [2] 

Sneads Ferry: Carroll Chapel 

Straits-North River [2] 


AM 




(Richard H. Parker) 


FL 




(W. Sherman Guthrie) 


AM 




Swansboro 


Susan Pate Greenwood 






Trenton [2] 


Charlene H. Pierce 


PM 




Verona 


(Paul E. Oldaker) 
(James K. Stalnaker) 


IS 




Williston-Stacy [2] 


FL 





RALEIGH DISTRICT - 62 Charges 

F. Belton Joyner, Jr., District Superintendent - 2 
P. O. Box 10955, Raleigh, NC 27605 



Apex 

Bethlehem-Shady Grove [21 
Bunn-Hill King 6. [2] 
CARY: 
First 



Henry N. Lovelace 
(Kevin M. Morris) 
(Rodger N. Mayes) 

D. Douglas Jessee 



SL 
FL 



237 



Associate 

Genesis 

Macedonia 

St. Francis 

White Plains 

Associate 
Clayton [2] 
Ebenezer 

Ebenezer-Wesley [2] 
Flat Rock 
Franklinton 
Fuquay-Varina 

Associate 
GARNER: 

First 

St. Andrews 
Gillbure 
Hollands 
Holly Springs 
Jerusalem 
Knightdale 

Leah's Chapel-Shiloh [2] 
Louisburg 



Macon [3] 
Middleburg 
Mt. Zion 
Norlina 
Piney Grove 
Plank Chapel 
RALEIGH: 
Asbury 



[3] 



Avent Ferry 

Associate 

Benson Memorial 

Cokesbury 

Edenton Street 

Associate 
Associate 
Associate 

Fairmont 
Hayes Barton 

Associate 
Highland 

Associate 
Jenkins Memorial 
Korean 

Layden Memorial 
Longview 
Millbrook 

Associate 
Morningstar 
North Raleigh 

Associate 
Pleasant Grove 
St. James 
St. Mark's 
Soapstone 
Southeast 
Trinity 
Wesley Memorial 



Diaconal Minister 



Diaconal Minister 



H. William Green 2 

Richard P. Wilkerson 4 

Wilbur I. Jackson 1 

R. Carl Frazier, Jr. 2 

M. Whitfield Warren, Jr. 1 

R. Keith Glover 7 

Lovell R. Aills 3 

William W. Newman 2 
To be supplied 

Henry A. Bizzell, Jr. 1 

Michael A. Davis 5 

Jerry J. Juren 2 

Randall J. Cirksena, Jr. OM 1 

W. D. Sabiston III 3 

James L. Summey 2 

(James P. Johnson) SL 2 

(Thomas B. Supplee) 1 

(Horace T. Ferguson) PL 3 

(Troy K.Todd) SL 1 

William W. Snotherly, Jr. 4 

(Warren S. Cash) PL 1 

Wallace H. Kirby 1 

(Michael D. Frese) SL 1 

(Everette E. Bryan) AM 4 

Henry W. Lee 3 

Stuart M. Milton PM 2 

Kenneth B. Sexton RM 2 

Michael D. Weber 3 

Jerry T. Smith 2 

Robert L. Huckaby, Jr. 

Karen H. Whitaker 5 

Troy J. Barrett RM 2 

T. M. Faggart 2 

Theodore V. Carter 

William C. Simpson, Jr. 2 

Bruce E. Stanley 4 

Joan M. Purcell OM 3 

Randy C. Blanchard 1 

William J. Weisser 

Steven A. Hickle 1 

J. Thomas Smith 5 

Stacey Z. Graves PM 1 

Charles M. Smith 3 

Glenda N. Johnson 5 

Suzanna Ross Helms 4 

Eul Lark Kim OM 1 

Barbara K. Hollis Price PM 3 

Samuel H. Brown 

James C. Lee 

E. Geiselle I. Thompson PM 2 

Michele R. Merchant 

Charles L Pollock 2 

Kimberly Ann Garner PM 

Curtis W. Campbell 5 

James E. Sutton 

Brian G. Gentle 1 

Hope Morgan Ward 

(Leroy Worth, Sr.) PL 

James L. Hobbs 2 

Murry L. DeHart, Jr. 2 



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Westover 

Wilson Temple 
Trinity 

Union Chapel 
Vance Charge [2] 
Wake Forest 
Warren [2] 

Warrenton: Wesley Memorial 
Wendell 
Zebulon 
Zion 



Robert S. Shields 
Jesse Brunson 
George C. Meeill 
Bruce W. McPnerson 
Roy F. Falgout 
Jack R. Radford 
(J. Crispin Noble II) 
J. C. Lov 

Richard L. Stone III 
Jack M. Benfield 
Rowan D. Crews, Jr. 



ROCKINGHAM DISTRICT - 54 Charges 

Robert L. Baldridge, District Superintendent - 2 
P. O. Box 1588, Laurinburg, NC 28352 



Bethesda 

Caledonia 

Cordova 

Ellerbe [21 

Fairmont: Trinity 12] 

Fletcher's Chapel-St. Peter [2] 

Green Lake-Beaver Dam [2] 

HAMLET: 

Fellowship 

First 

St. Peter 
Laurel Hill 
LAURINBURG: 

Central 

First 

Galilee [2] 

St. Luke 
Ledbetter 
LUMBERTON: 

Asbury 

Branch Street 

Chestnut Street 

Mt. Olive Parish [2] 

Pineview 
Lumberton Circuit [3] 
Maxton: St. Paul 



Maxton Circuit [3] 

Chapel [2] 
NATIVE AMERICAN LARGER PARISH: 



Mt. Zion- Wall's Chapel 





1 




4 




1 


OM 


5 


PM 


3 




5 


SL 


1 




5 




4 




4 


OM 


1 



Collins Chapel 

Lighthouse 

New Philadelphus 

Pembroke: First 

Pembroke: West Robeson 

South Carolina Parish [2] 
Norman [31 
Parkton [2f 
Pembroke Circuit [3] 
Philadelphia-Cool Spring [2] 



Prospect 

RED SPRINGS: 
Rhyne Memorial 
Trinity 

Roberdel 

ROCKINGHAM: 



Diaconal Minister 



James A. Starnes 1 

Rick A. Moser 4 

Richard A. Stanley, Jr. 3 

(James W. Caviness, Jr.) AM 9 

James H. Harris, Jr. 4 

(Walter E. McLeod) SL 7 
To be supplied 

(W. Douglas Lamb) AM 1 

Ben H. Wilson III 2 

Leonard E. Fairley 3 

A. E. Goldfinch, Jr. 3 

J. Quinton Covington, Jr. 2 

Don Lee Harris 1 

(Jimmy F. Cummings) AM 4 

W. Edward Barber 1 

(William O. Hewett) PL 3 

Herman S. Winberry RM 2 

(Kenneth W. Locklear) SL 2 

G. Lloyd Edge 2 

James E. Malloy, Jr. PM 4 

(J. Earl Covington) PL 3 

G. Jerome Smith PM 1 

W. Kenneth Hall, Jr. PM 1 

(Robert A. Fairley) FL 8 

(John A. Campbell) SL 4 

(John Paul Prine) PL 1 
To be supplied by Lay Speakers 

(Carolyn C. Wonax) PL 1 

Jerry Lowry 3 

(Herbert Lowry, Jr.) SL 1 

(E.Ray Brooks) SL 2 

H. W. Burnside, Jr. 3 

Kenneth E. Beane 5 

(Thomas B. Bacote) PL 4 

Doris T. Fox PM 2 

Robert L. Mangum 13 
Harold D. Jacoos 

William E. Cummings 6 

William M. Jeffries, Sr. 1 

Ira H. Smith 2 



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East 

First - Co-Pastor 

" - Co-Pastor 

Glenwood 

Pee Dee 

St. Paul 

Trinity-Zion [21 

West J 

ROWLAND: 

Cedar Grove-Salem [21 

First l J 

Rowland Parish [2] 
St. John-Gibson 121 
St. Pauls 
Sandy Plains 
Snead's Grove 
Tabernacle 



(Donnie G. Davis) 
Eric N. Lindblade, Jr. 
Susan C. Lindblade 
Don Paul Lee 
Terry L. Huffines 
Lee A. Phillips 
Leonard E. Mayo 
William F. Williams 

David O. Malloy 
David H. Francis 
Bill James Locklear 
(Richard Leonhard) 
C. Franklin Grill 
S. Dufrene Cummings 
(Garry E. Jones) 
(Donald M. Dawkins) 



ROCKY MOUNT DISTRICT - 44 Charges 

Caswell E. Shaw, District Superintendent -I 
3621 Sheffield Drive, Rocky Mount, NC 27803 



Bailey [2] 

Battleboro-Clark Street [2] 

Black Creek-Lucama [2[ 

Calvary [3] 

Conetoe 

Conway 

Elm City 

Enfield-Eden [2] 

Evansdale 

Gaston [31 

Gold Valley 

Halifax [3J 

Hawkins-Tabor [2] 

Hornes-Sims [2] 

Littleton 

Milwaukee [31 

Mt. Pleasant-Middlesex [2] 

Mt. Zion 

Nashville 

Minister of Education 
Northampton [3] 
Pinetops 
Red Oak [3] 

Rich Square-Woodland [21 
Roanoke [2] 
ROANOKE RAPIDS: 

First 

Associate 

Rosemary 

Associate 
ROCKY MOUNT: 

Englewood 

First 

Associate 

St. Paul 
Rocky Mount Parish [31 
Sandy Cross 
Scotland Neck 
Seaboard [41 
Smith 



R. Branson Sheets III 
Joanna C. Miller 
Randall G. Maynard 
Kevin L. Stiles 
John E. Williams 
William K Mitchell, Jr. 
Thomas D. Hoogerland 
Dennis P. Levin 
David C Benson 
Randy L. Wall 
(Gregg A. Presnal) 
Charles L. Herrin 
H. Dennis Draper, Jr. 
(John Check) 
F. Bruce Allen 
David V. Spaulding 
Jesse C. Staton, Jr. 
(R. L. Carpenter, Jr.) 
Robert C. Redmond 
Edwin A. Briggs, Jr. 
John C. Andrews 
To be supplied 
(Jerry Lee Boyce) 
Gordon E. Allen, Jr. 
James L. Bryan 

Bruce D. Taylor 
(Joseph Barry Lemons) 
Milton H. Gilbert 
Shelly Wilson Wall 

Woodrow W. Wells, Jr. 
John S. Paschal 
M. Keith Thomason 
Richard T. Clayton 
Joseph A. Winston III 
James L. Reavis, Jr. 
William E. Holliday 
Kenneth C. Singley 
Joe D. Lister 



AM 



RM 



FL 



SL 
PL 



PM 
OM 



PM 

PL 
OM 

IS 



AM 
PM 



FL 



IS 
PM 



PM 

PM 
OM 



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Spring-Garysburg [3] 
Spring Hope [3J 
Tarboro: Hart 


Jerry W. Cribb 




3 


David S. McAdams, Jr. 




2 


(Allison B. Hocutt) 
David S. Clift 


PL 




Tarboro: St. James 




2 


Weldon 


Luis F. Reinoso 


OM 




West Halifax 


To be supplied 
Kirk B. 6fdham 






Whitakers [2] 






WILSON: 








First 


James H. Bailey 






Associate 


Delores A. Langley 






Diaconal Minister 


Laura Davenport 
H. Gray Southern 
W. Rickman Pinner 






West Nash 




3 


Winstead 




3 



SANFORD DISTRICT - 47 Charges 

Roger V. Elliott, District Superintendent - 2 
1511 Columbine Road, Sanford, NC 27330 



Aberdeen: Page Memorial [2] 
Asbury-Bethlehem [2] 


Julian W. Scott 




2 


H. Worth Pearce 




2 


Biscoe-Bascom [2] 


Duke C. Lackey 




4 


Bonlee [31 
Broadway-Morris Chapel [2] 


(Todd S. Krueger) 


SL 


2 


(Douglas B. Curnn) 
(Paul E. Bravender) 


SL 


2 


Bynum 
Candor 


SL 


2 


David C. Wade 




6 


Carthage 


Terry A. Bryant 




3 


Center 


Larry D. Crane 




3 


Chatham Hispanic Ministries [2] 
Chatham-Cedar Grove [2] 


Hugo L. Lopez 
James Goddard 


OM 


1 


OM 


1 


Cumnock 


John H. Dutton, Jr. 




2 


Glendon [4] 


W. Clark Benfield 




4 


Goldston 


Angus M. Cameron 




10 


Hickory Mountain 
Jones Chapel 


Charles S. Hubbard 


RM 


5 


Mary L. VonCanon 


RM 


3 


Lemon Springs 


Lisa Brown Cole 




2 


Love Joy-Macedonia [2] 


Tommy L. Evans 




1 


Merritts-Ebenezer [21 


(G. Scott Richards] 
Richard M. Tysinger 
W. Allen Wentz, Jr. 


PL 


3 


Moncure-Buckhorn [21 




3 


Mt. Gilead: First [2] 




2 


Mt. Pleasant 


Carolyn Reed Smith 




3 


Mt. Zion 


(Gayle S. Goddard) 


PL 


1 


Pekin [41 


(Betty A. H. Hoffman) 


PL 


2 


Pinebluff [3] 


Morris L. Barber 




3 


Piney Grove-Hickory Grove [2] 
Pittsboro: First 


Susan Harsh-Cafferty 




3 


Benjamin R. Melvin 




2 


Pittsboro Circuit [2] 


Ray T. Gooch 




9 


Pleasant Hill [2] 


H. Charles Davis 




1 


Poplar Springs-Memphis [2] 
Roobins: Tabernacle 


(James A. Fisher) 
Robert F. Bundy 
(Janet K. Buffaloe) 


SL 


2 




4 


Sandhills [31 
SANFORD: 


SL 


1 


Jonesboro 


R. Bruce Pate 




1 


St. Luke 


Vernon C. Tyson 




2 


Associate 


Scott C. Washington 


PM 


2 


Diaconal Minister 


Susan M. Parker 






Trinity 
Sanford Circuit [31 


To be supplied 






Larry Robinson 




3 


SILER CITY: 








First 


Travis W. Owen 




10 


West End 


(John E. Gerber) 


SL 


4 


Silk Hope [3] 


(Joel B. Guillemette) 


SL 


4 


Smyrna 


Jimmy Ray Tatum 




1 



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Southern Pines 

Star 

Troy: Trinity 

Troy Circuit [4] 

Vass-Cameron [21 

West End [2] 

Zion 



Paul G. Bunn i 

Bobby E. Smith 2 

W.Stanley Smith, Jr. 3 

C. Glenn Hancock OM 1 

W. Arthur Warren, Jr. 2 

William C. Townsend, Jr. 3 
To be supplied by I .ay Speakers 



WILMINGTON DISTRICT - 46 Charges 

Samuel D. McMillan, Jr., District Superintendent - 
2201 Lynnwood Drive, Wilmington, NC 28403 



Bethel -Lebanon [21 
Bladen [4] 
Bolton-Shiloh [2] 
Brunswick Circuit [3] 
Burgaw \2] 

Carolina Beach: St. Paul 
Carver's Creek-Trinity J2J 
Chadbourn-Evergreen \2\ 
Clarkton [2] 
Dublin [2] 

Elizabethtown: Trinity 
Fair Bluff-Cerro Gordo [21 
Garland [3] 
Hallsboro 
Hampstead 
Harrells: Centenary 
Lake Waccamaw 
Ocean View 
Old Dock [4] 
Pleasant Grove 
Riegelwood: Wesley 
Rocky Point [31 
Scotts Hill: Wesleyan Chapel 
Minister of Music 
Seaside (Brunswick) 
Shallotte: Camp 
Shallotte Circuit [3] 
Sharon: Holden Beach 
Southport: Trinity 
Tabor City: St. Paul 
Topsail Island 
Wesley's Chapel 
Westview 
Whiteville 

Whiteville Circuit [21 
WILMINGTON: 

Epworth 

Fifth Avenue 

Grace 

Oleander-Devon Park [21 

Pine Valley 

St. John-Smith [2] 

Sunset Park 

Trinity 

Wesley Memorial 
Associate 

Minister of Evangelism 
Wrightsboro 
Wrightsville Beach 
Zion 



Lynwood C. Boyette l 

(Roger E. Schroll) FL 1 

(Susan W. Hamilton) PL 1 
To be supplied 

W. Eugene Tisdale l 

(Gerald R. Massey) AM 13 

(Russell R. Knowles) AM 5 

W. Thomas Clarke l 

G. Earl Smith PM 3 

(John M. Bowman) AM 1 

Ralph L. Fleming, Jr. 2 

J. Tal Madison, Jr. 4 

Vernon W. Brown III 1 

Guy V. Soule, Jr. 4 

M.Trancis Daniel 8 

J. Neal Salter Jr. 1 

Thomas G. Melvin 3 

J. Mark Kasper 4 

Rayford H. Methvin RM 1 

(Lenier E. Furr) PL 1 

Brian D. Perry PM 3 

Robert L. Irwin OM 1 

David J. Goehring 6 

(Anthony A. Adams) PL 1 

Camille O. Yorkey Edwards 2 

George D. Speake 1 

(Robert H. Hargrove) FL 3 

(Robert E. Rattz) AM 4 

P. D. Midgett III 9 

Timothy J7 Russell 1 

(Eugene A. Collins) FL 4 

J. B. Helms, Jr. 3 

John K. Ormond, Jr. 2 

Homer E. Morris 1 

Gladys R. Williford 3 



(Joe Luther Tomberlin) 
Samuel A. Williams, Jr. 
Denny C. Wise 
Michael Pasquarello III 
Ecwood C. Lancaster 
(Donnie L. Jones) 
Michael H. Elliott 
Jesse V. Bone, Sr. 
Rodney G. Hamm 
Steven W. McElroy 
(Charles J. Hause) 
James L. Wilson 
Carol W. Goehring 
L. M. Peele, Jr. 



PL 



FL 



PM 
FL 



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APPOINTMENTS BEYOND THE LOCAL CHURCH 

( ) Indicates District to Which Related 

Par. 443.1 .a) Appointments within the Connectional Structure of United Methodism: 

Barbour, Berry O. (RA) - Approved Evangelist- Mt. Zion CC 

Blanchard, Diane C. (RA) - Chaplain, Methodist Retirement Home Community; Raleigh: 

Edenton Street CC 
Braswell, Kermit L. (RA) - Administrative Assistant to the Bishop and Director of 

Ministerial Relations; Raleigh: Hayes Barton CC 
Brown, Wesley F. (DU) - Director of Development and Alumni Affairs, Divinity School, 

Duke University; Durham: Parkwood CC 
Byrd, Douglas L. (RA) - Executive Director, United Methodist Foundation, Inc.; Raleigh: 

Edenton Street CC 
Byrd, Nathan H. (DU) - Director of Public Relations, Methodist Retirement Homes, 

Inc.; Durham: Duke Memorial CC 
Campbell, Dennis M. (DU) - Dean, Divinity School, Duke University; Durham: Trinity CC 
Campbell, Jerry Dean (BU) - University Librarian and Professor of the Practice of 

Theological Bibliography, Duke University; Chapel Hill: University CC 
Chandler, George P. (FA) -Professor, Columbia College, Columbia, SC; Fayetteville: 

Hay Street CC 
Christian, Robert S. (FA) - Professor, Methodist College; Fayetteville: Hay Street CC 
Clyburn, M. Claire (FA) - Chaplain, Methodist College; Fayetteville: Fayetteville: 

Haymount CC 
Collins, Thomas A. (RA) - Assistant to Cabinet for New Church Development and 

Continuation Campaign; Raleigh: St. Mark's CC 
Compton, Stephen C. (RA) - Vitalization Project Team Leader; Cary: Genesis CC 
Cox, Richard Lewis (T)U) - Dean for Residential Life, Duke University; Durham: 

Epworth CC 
Dixon, Jr., Samuel W. (RA) - Associate Director, Conference Council on Ministries; 

Raleigh: CC 

Farmer, John A. (NB) - Manager/Director. Camp Don-Lee; Alliance -Arapahoe CC 
Felton, Gayle Carlton (DU) - Assistant Professor, Divinity School, Duke University; 

Durham: Resurrection CC 
Fisher, Albert F. (DU) - Director, Rural Church Division, The Duke Endowment; 

Durham: Epworth CC 
Fitzgerald, Jr., F. Owen (RA) - Special Assistant to the Dean, Duke Divinity School; 

Raleigh: Hayes Barton CC 
Gleaves, Edith Lee (RA) - Associate Director, Conference Council on Ministries; 

Hale, Michael L. (FA) - Family Life Specialist, Methodist Home for Children; 

Fayetteville: Haymount CC 
Hendricks, M. Elton (FA) - President, Methodist College; Fayetteville: Hay Street CC 
Ingram, Geraldine D. (DU) - Associate in Ordained Ministry, Hinton Rural Life Center, 

Hayesville, NC; Durham: Epworth CC 
Jenkins David O. (DU) - Wesley Chaplain, Duke University; Massey's Chapel CC 
Knott, T. Garland (FA) - Professor, Methodist College; Fayetteville: Hay Street CC 
Lowdermilk, William P. (FA) - Vice President for Church and Community Relations, 

Methodist College; Fayetteville: Hay Street CC 
Maness, Tracy A. (RA) - Family Life Specialist, Methodist Home for Children; Raleigh: 

Benson Memorial CC 
Mann, W. Joseph (RA) - Associate Director, Rural Church Division, The Duke 

Endowment; Raleigh: Edenton Street CC 
McKenzie, G. Robert (RA) - Executive Director, Conference Council on Ministries; 

Raleigh: Highland CC 
Mickey, Paul A. (DU) - Associate Professor, Divinity School, Duke University; Durham: 

Trinity CC 
Moser, Rachel Tucker (RO) - Staff, Robeson County Church and Community Center; 

Caledonia CC 
Oldham, Kirk B. (RM) - Chaplain, North Carolina Wesleyan College; Whitakers CC 
Osborn, Robert T. (DU) - Professor, Department of Religion, Duke University; Durham: 

Trinity CC 



243 



Peterson, ^^g^^^ Service, Methodist 

Mb* G-^y I a CR^ t -^sociate Director, Conference Counci. on Ministries 
Ponder, Regnaljf W ^RA) - Executive Secretary, SEJ Administrative Council; Raleigh- 

Rtchey, ^^(D^A^ia^nfor Academic Program, &SSWE* 
Safley, Michae^W^^FA) -^ce President for Student Affairs, Methodist Co„ege; 

s£e J i/ii N m e r CTp£? n £ rence E x v , an .g elist ; Harrells: Centenary CC 
Sharpe, Will am G IV (RA) -Campus Minister and Director of Wesley Foundation NC 
State University: Raleieh: Fairmont CC y UUUdllon ' INC 

S.monton, C. Alison Jr. (DU) - Editor/Manager, NORTH CAROLINA CHRISTIAN 
c .u a A LDV 2 CATE i Durham: Epworth CC 
Smith, A. C ^ a | nk ^ o ) n - ( g ecutive Director, Hinton Rural Life Center, Hayesville, NC; 

i Stafford, Sidney E. (RA) - Chaplain and Professor, Louisburg College; Louisburg CC 
| Edento?Stfeefcc ( } " Bx ™ tiW ^^ MethodiSt H °™ ^Children; Rtlelgh: 
J Steinmetz, Da^dC.^DU) - Professor, Divinity School, Duke University; Durham: 

i tSS' Rnh^vT r sr (D min Mi A SSi0nary J r Sin S a R ore; Durham: Asbury Temple CC 
! 7W ?nmI}mn (B F ) " A PP, r ° ved Evangelist; Chapel Hill: Amity CC 

Tyson, Tommy (BU) - Approved Evangelist; Carrborotc 

warren, D Ray [PM] (KA) - Associate Director, Conference Council on Ministries; 
Raleigh: Hayes Barton CC 

Warren, James I .Jr. (RA) - Director, Intentional Growth Center, Lake Junaluska 
I it. Assembly; Raleigh: St. James CC 

Weaver, Walter P. (FA) -Professor, Florida Southern College; Fayetteville- Hav Street CC 
i Wilson, Robert L (DU) Professor of Church and S&iety, Divinity ^ Sch^l Duke 

University; Durham: Epworth CC y 

- Norton, M^ 3 ™^!^ [Diaconal Minister] - Staff, General Board of Discipleship, 

; Strange, Carol Dell ' [Diaconal Minister] - Associate Director, Conference Council on 
Ministries 

Par. 443.1. b) Appointments to Extension Ministries 

'Beeson, Gilbert W, Jr. (FA) - Family Life Specialist, Fayetteville Family Life Center 
Fayetteville: Camp Ground CC ' ' 

igest, Nancy R. (DU) - Chaplain, Duke Medical Center; Mt. Sylvan CC 
Blue, John R. (DU)- Chaplain, VA Medical Center; Mt. Sylvan CC 
Cherry CorbinL. (EC) - Chaplain, VA Medical Center; Hertford CC 
Cottingham, John G. (SA) - Chaplain, US Army; Goldston CC 
Cyr, Ronald D >.(GR) - Clinical Chaplain, Caswell Center,Kinston;Kinston:Queen StreetCC 
Daniels, Franklin rl (FA) - Chaplain, US Army; Fayetteville: Hay Street CC 
Dickens, Jan J. (EC) - Chaplain, US Air Force; Murfreesboro CC 
Fornnger-May, Julie B. (DU) - Pastoral Counselor, Family Counseling Service; Durham: 

Franklin, K. Mike (SA) - Chaplain, US Navy; Sanford: St. Luke CC 

Funkhouser, Morton L. (EC) - Chaplain, US Air Force; Aulander CC 

Gales, Alvester I (RO) - Chaplain, US Army; Fletcher's Chapel-St. Peter CC 

Unssom, David R. (DU) - Superintendent, Oxford Orphanage; Oxford:Salem CC 

HoIl 1 'c? OI l aId E- &) - Chaplain, Alamance Health Services, Inc.; Phillips Chapel CC 

Hall, Stephen B. (SA) - Chaplain, US Navy; Broadway-Morris Chapel CC 

Harris, Robert G., Jr. (GR) - Chaplain, VA Medical Center; Aydcn CC 

Herring, Charles M. (RO) - ChapFain, US Army; Lumberton Ct CC 

H; , Leon E. (GO) - Chaplain, US Air Force: Pine Level-Sanders CC 

Hillman, Randy A. (EC) - Associate Director of Chaplain Services, Forsyth Memorial 



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Hospital, Winston-Salem; Ocracoke CC 
Jackson, Richard C. [PM] (FA) Chaplain, US Army; Fayetteville: John Wesley CC 
Jernigan, Julius O. (FA) - Chaplain, VA Medical Center; Fayetteville: St. Andrews CC 
Johnson, Harvey B. (BU) - Executive Director/Chaplain, Presbyterian Retirement Homes 

of Birmingham, Inc., Birmingham, AL- Graham: First CC 
Lewis, Jerry Dean (NB) - Chaplain, US Air Force; Morehead City: Franklin Memorial CC 
Maultsby. J. Alexander III (WI) - Chaplain, US Navy; Whiteville CC 
Murphy, Miles, Jr. (RO) - Chaplain, VA Medical Center; Red Springs: Rhyne Mem. CC 
Oxendine, Milford, Jr. (RO) - Chaplain, US Navy; Rowland Parish CC 
Shannonhouse, Richard D. (RM) - Department of Pastoral Care, Methodist Hospital, 

Jacksonville, FL- Rich Square -Woodland CC 
Stanfield, Edwin Douglas (DU) - Chaplain, US Navy; Durham: Epworth CC 
Thompson, Leo C. (RA) - Pastoral Counselor, Triangle Mental Health Associates; 

Raleigh: Hayes Barton CC 
Waggoner, James M. (RA) - Chief of Chaplaincy Services, NC Division of Youth Services; 

Raleigh: St. Mark's CC 
Wilson, A. J. Ill (RA) - Director of Pastoral Services, Greenleaf Health Systems, Inc., 

Chattanooga, TN; Raleigh: Edenton Street CC 

Par. 443.1 .d) Appointments to Other Valid Ministries: 

Alexander, J. C, Jr. (BU) - Associate Dean, School of Arts and Sciences, Western 

Carolina University; Chapel Hill: Aldersgate CC 
Black, Bobby C. (SA) - Chaplain, The Village Chapel, Pinehurst, NC; Aberdeen: Page 

Memorial CC 
Brown, Philip S. (SA) - Executive Director, Penick Memorial Home; Southern Pines CC 
Byers, Leonard C. II (BU) - Director, Department of Pastoral Care, Cleveland Memorial 

Hospital, Shelby; St. Luke's CC 
Chandler, Daniel Ross (DU) - Professor, NY Institute of Technology, Old Westbury, 

NY; Durham: Asbury CC 
Cuthrell, Billy B. JAM] (GR) - Administrator, Plumblee Nursing Center, Plymouth; 

Ayden CC 
Danek, Thomas A. (SA) - Administrator for Juvenile Division, Administrative Office of 

the Courts; Pittsboro: First CC 
Daniel, David E. (RA) - President, NC Community Colleges Foundation,Inc.;LouisburgCC 
Elliott, Edward C. (RA) - Therapist, Johnston County Mental Health Center; Raleigh: 

Edenton Street CC 
Glass, J. Conrad, Jr. (RA) - Professor, NC State University; Raleigh: St. James CC 
Hadley, J. Milton, Jr. (RM) - Chaplain, Annie Penn Memorial Hospital, Reidsville, NC; 

Rocky Mount: First CC 
Hudson, Pamela Jo (RM) - Clinical Chaplain, Samarkand Manor, Eagle Springs, NC; 

Roanoke Rapids: Rosemary CC 
Johnson, C. Reginald (GR) - Associate Professor & Director of Doctoral Ministry Studies, 

Asbury Theological Seminary, Wilmore, KY; Greenville: Jarvis Memorial CC 
Marsicano, Leslie M. (DU) - Assistant Dean of Students, Davidson College; Durham: 

Epworth CC 
McKita, Carleton P. (RM) - Manager of Hospice, Nash General Hospital; Rocky Mount: 

t*n£lcWOOQ v^v^ 

McQuade, J. Stanley (DU) - Chaplain to Methodist Students, Campbell University; 

Durham: Duke Memorial CC 
Nagel, Donald C. (RA) - Medical Director, Alcohol Rehabilitation Center, Black 

Mountain; Cary: First CC 
Ormond,JohnK.,Jr.(WI) -Counselor. ParksideClinic,Wilmington; Wilmington:TrinityCC 
Pace, James H. (BU) - Professor, Elon College; Burlington: Front Street CC 
Potter, Benjamin F., Jr. (DU) - Chief Psychologist, Department of Psychiatry, Gaston 

Memorial Hospital; Durham: Aldersgate CC 
Price, Barbara K. H. [PM] (RA) - Pastoral Counselor, Life Enrichment Center; Raleigh: 

Layden CC 
Scanlan, Carla J. [PM] (FA) - Pastoral Counselor South Denver Counseling Center, 

Denver, CO; Fayetteville: Haymount CC 
Scroggs, Robin J. (RA) - Professor, Union Theological Seminary, NY; Raleigh: Hayes 

Barton CC 



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Smith, Ncil c E m ^A) nd Qmical Chaplain, McCain Correctional Hospital, McCain, NC; 

Stokes, John L. Ill (WH - Assistant Dean, College of Arts and Sciences UNC 
ctr» p h 1 ^ ll 1 min 1 g to ^ I W'lmington: Wesley Memorill CC fences, UNC- 

Straus, Phyllis Hicks (BU) - Pastoral Counselor. Pastoral Care and Counseling Institute 
urn- u ° f x ?V rh f m - Cna P cl "«"; Chapel Hill: Aldcrsgate CC 8 tC 

W.l.mgham^colm C. (^Chaplain, Samaritan Alony, Inc., Richmond Cbunty; 

Woodcock, Eldon h. (DU)'- Professor, Nyack College, Nyack, NY; Durham: Carr CC 

Appointed to Attend School: 

A) Probationary Members: 

Bingham, Wniiam^Allen (RA) - Drew University Theological Seminary; Raleigh: Avcnt 
Johnson, Paul Jones III (R A) - Emory University, AtIanta,GA; Raleigh: I Iayes Barton CC 

B) Members in Full Connection: 

Aaron, ChariesL, Jr (RO) - Union Theological Seminary, Richmond, VA; Lumbcrton 

Davis, W^Lyn^^ - Asbury Theological Seminary, Wilmore, KY; Evansdale- 

Pruett, Vicg^Sue^ (SA) - Clinical Pastoral Education, NC Memorial Hospital; Troy: 

!&• J °£" " ort ° n (Ng) - u T nivers i# of Edinburgh, Scotland; Asbury CC 

Young, Stephen ^(NB^- Union Theological Seminary, Richmond, VA; Jacksonville: 



In Memoriam 

Blessed are the dead who died in the Lord from henceforth; Yea, saith the 
Spirit, that they may rest from their labors; and their works do follow them. 

SECTION IV 




246 



249 

THE MEMORIAL SERVICE 

THE PRELUDE — Prelude in G Major Mendelssohn 

THE WORDS OF GRACE 

Jesus said, I am the Resurrection and I am the Life. Those who believe in me, even 
though they die, yet shall they live, and whoever lives and believes in me shall never die. 
Because I live, you shall live also. 

♦HYMN 709 — Come, Let Us Join Our Friends Above C. Wesley 

•THE GREETIMG 

Families and friends, we have gathered here to praise God and to witness to our faith 
as we celebrate the lives of the ministers, spouses and deaconess of this conference who 
have died since we last met: 

Ministers Who Have Died During the Year 

Harvey Laudis Davis June 1 9, 1 989 

Nelson Pate Edens, Sr June 27, 1 989 

James Robert Regan, Sr July 1 7, 1 989 

George McCrea Marsh, Jr July 20, 1 989 

Henry Arthur Phillips, Jr September 20, 1 989 

Charles Graham Nickens November 17, 1989 

Carlton Ray West December 25, 1989 

Edward Franklin Smith, Jr January 19, 1990 

Offie Lemuel Hathaway January 24, 1 990 

Richard Thomson Commander February 4, 1 990 

Madison Ward "Doc" Maness March 15, 1990 

David Morrill Tyson April 12, 1 990 

Spouses Who Have Died During the Year 

Maude Mae Pike Newton July 13, 1 989 

Elizabeth Frances Lowe Fouts October 1 5, 1 989 

Dorothy Lee Coley Roberts November 11,1 989 

Ora Mae Fletcher Seymour January 2, 1 990 

Lota Leigh Draughon Baum March 1 7, 1 990 

Rachel Copeland Edwards Mizelle March 27, 1 990 

Margaret Elizabeth Mullen Thompson April 1 9, 1 990 

Mary Decie Luther Cuthrell May 1 7, 1 990 

Deaconesses Who Have Died During the Year 

Ethelynde Mann Ballance May 25, 1 990 

We come together in grief, acknowledging our human loss. May God grant us grace, 

that in pain we may find comfort, in sorrow hope, and in death resurrection 

CONGREGATIONAL PRAYER 

Eternal God, we praise you for the great company of all those who have 

finished their course in faith, and who now rest from their labors. Help us so to 

believe where we have not seen, that your presence may lead us through our 

years, and bring us at last with them into the joy of your home not made with 

hands but eternal in the heavens. Amen. 

HYMN 707 — Hymn of Promise Sleeth 



'Indicates when the people should stand. 



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THE READING OF THE WORD 
Psalm 23 

II Corinthians 4:15-18 
Matthew 21:28-32 
THE SERMON — A Calling To Fulfill 

THE SOLO — O Rest in the Lord (Elijah) Mendelssohn 

CONGREGATIONAL PRAYER 

O God, who gave us birth, you are ever more ready to hear than we are to 
pray. You know our needs before we ask, and our ignorance in asking. Give to 
us now your grace, that as we shrink before the mystery of death we may see the 
light of eternity. Speak to us once more your solemn message of life and of death. 
Help us to live as those who are prepared to die. And when our days are ac- 
complished, enable us to die as those who go forth to live, so that living or dying, 
our life may be in you, and that nothing in life or in death will be able to separate 
us from your great love in Christ Jesus our Lord. Amen. 
OCJR LORD'S PRAYER 
*AN AFFIRMATION FROM ROMANS 8:34,37-39 

Leader: Who shall separate us from the love of Christ? 
Shall tribulation or distress, 
or persecution cr famine, 
or nakedness or peril or sword? 
People: No! 

In all things we are more than conquerors 

through the One who loved us. 
We are sure that neither 
death nor life, 

nor angels, nor principalities, 
nor things present, nor things to come, 
nor powers, nor height, nor depth, 
nor anything else in all creation, 
will be able to separate us from the love of God 

in Christ Jesus our Lord. 
Thanks be to God! Amen. 

♦HYMN 71 1 —For All The Saints How 

♦DISMISSAL WITH BLESSING 

Almighty God, you have knit together your elect in one communion and fellowhip, in 
the mystical body of your Son, Christ our Lord! Grant us peace so to follow your holy 
saints in all virtuous and holy living, that we may come to those unspeakable joys, which 
you have prepared for those who love you; through Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen. 
THE POSTLGDE — Allegro Maestoso e Vivace Mendelssohn 



Worship Leaders: 

Bishop C. P. Minnick, Jr., Presiding Minister 

The Reverend J. Malloy Owen III, Liturgist 

The Reverend Jimmy F. Cummings, Preacher 

Mrs. Susan Parker, Soloist 

Mr. Mark Gourley, Organist 



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HARVEY LACIDIS DAVIS 



1899- 1989 



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Harvey L. Davis was born April 1 5, 1 899 in Hemp, NC (now Robbins) to Henry Mitchell 
Davis and Mary Anne (Tanie) Cockman Davis. He graduated from Elise High School 
Academy in Hemp. 

Harvey entered Trinity College (now Duke University) in the 1 91 7 - 1 91 8 school year 
and was graduated in 1 921 . The words from his senior yearbook, The Chanticleer, state, 
"Davis lived a life according to the old adage that actions speak louder than words, and 
his college career should stand as an example to those who follow him. We can wish him 
little better than to live hereafter in the manner he has done while we have known him - 
a staunch Methodist and a man who is not afraid to stand by his own convictions." These 
words certainly characterize his later life and ministry. 

The year following his graduation from college, Harvey taught school in Burgaw. One 
of his senior pupils, Swindell Johnson, would later become his wife. He returned to Duke 
University to the School of Religion in 1922. He was admitted to the NC Conference in 
Raleigh in 1 922, ordained a deacon in 1 924, and an elder in 1 926. At the time of his death 
he is listed as having been a member of the Conference longer than any other minister. 

Charges which he served were: The Jones Circuit in 1924. On November 18, 1924, 
he and Swindell were married, and in 1925, they were appointed to Newport-Harlowe. In 
1927 the Davises came back to Durham and served Lakewood, and later the Epworth- 
Wesley churches. During this time Swindell completed her college work and graduated 
from Duke University in 1930. Harvey completed his work for the Bachelor of Divinity in 
1 932. Since Mr. and Mrs. Davis believed so strongly in the value of education, it is no 
wonder that their three children all chose education as the field of their professions. 

Other appointments were Pittsboro, Richlands Jacksonville, Littleton, Farmville, War- 
renton, Elizabethtown, and in retirement the Hollister and Brinkleyville churches in Halifax 
County. 

He served Littleton for nine years from 1 939 to 1 948. Part of this time he was the only 
minister there - and thus was the pastor of the whole community. Harvey Davis exerted a 
tremendous influence upon my life! I give him great credit for my being who and what I 
am today. Under his ministry at Calvary Church (Littleton Charge) he led me to Christ, 
and, through his encouragement and support, to become a minister in the NC Con- 
ference. 

Harvey Davis was greatly loved and respected in all the churches he served. He was a 
good preacher, an able administrator, and an excellent pastor - a good shepherd of his 
flock. His life was one of serene beauty and goodness. I have heard a number of people 
say that their day was better because they had "bumped into" him that day on the street 
or at the post office. Edgar A. Guest wrote, "I had rather see a sermon than hear one any 
day." It is said of Phillips Brooks, "He made the day better because he had walked the 



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streets of Boston as a pastor." Surely both of the above statements are true of Brother 
Harvey Davis as he walked the streets of the towns and in the communities he served. 

The people of Littleton were delighted when the Davises chose their town for a retire- 
ment home. They made him pastor emeritus of the Littleton Church. They lived here 
several years before going to the Methodist Retirement Home in Durham. 

Swindell preceded Harvey in death on November 25, 1 985. "Pop" remained in the 
Home until it was necessary for him to be transferred to the Coble Health Care Center 
unit for special care. After a couple of years of declining health, but with an ever alert 
mind, he died peacefully at the age of 90 on June 1 9, 1 989. 

Funeral services were conducted in Littleton on June 21 , 1 989 by a "preacher son", 
the Reverend Johnnie D. Aycock; the pastor of the Littleton Church, the Reverend Paul 
Burke; the Chaplain of the Methodist Retirement Home in Durham, the Reverend 
Deborah Tyson; and a close friend of the family, the Reverend Joseph M. Taylor, Jr., retired 
GM minister of Kernersville. Burial followed at the Sunset Hill Cemetery in Littleton be- 
side his wife. 

He is survived by two sons: Dr. Graham Johnson Davis of Blount Creek and Harvey 
L. Davis of Goldsboro; a daughter, Mrs. Jean Swindell D. Livingston of Raleigh; a sister, 
Mrs. Helen Williams of Robbins; five grandchildren and a great-grandchild. 

Knowing his great faith in God, the quality of his life, the faithfulness of everything he 
did, and his dedication to his Lord, his church, and his family, the following Scripture 
quotes are most appropriate: 

"Blessed are the dead who die in the Lord from henceforth, yea saith the Spirit, that 
they may rest from their labors." 

"Precious in the sight of the Lord is the death of His saints." 

"Well done, thou good and faithful servant... enter thou the joy of the Lord." 

"1 have fought the good fight, I have kept the faith; henceforth, there is laid up for me 
a crown of righteousness." 

And remembering his long life of 90 years, we recall the words from Psalm 91 , "With 
long life I will satisfy him, and show him My salvation." 

For those of us who knew, loved, and respected H. L. Davis through the years, we 
would say with the writer of Proverbs, The memory of the just is blessed", and in the words 
of that great hymn writer, Charles Wesley, "Servant of God, well done; thy glorious 
warfare's past: The battle's fought, the race is won, and thou art crowned at last." 

Johnnie D. Aycock 



NELSON PATE EDENS, SR. 



1900- 1989 




Nelson Pate Edens was a gentle and modest man, a ready wit, a lover of life in its many 
dimensions. He saw each day that the Lord made as a challenge, and challenged his 



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parishioners to meet life with courage and determination, as he had done. He loved books 
and words. A man of the earth, he dug in the ground and brought forth beauty in his 
bountiful gardens, and with great pleasure shared the harvest of vegetables with friends. 
He challenged his wife in their many tennis matches - not to mention the challenge of a 
vigorous bowling game. In his last days he challenged his heaith and said, "I have had 
more than my share of years and days. I am grateful that the Lord has seen fit to give me 
today." 

My late husband, William Pickard, had the privilege of knowing his father-in-law as a 
teller of tales - a chronicler of the past. Born December 27, 1 900, in Rowland, Dad spoke 
of his early boyhood and youth, of the death of his parents before he reached the age of 
five, of the lonely trip to Roberdel to live with his grandparents. With pride, he spoke of 
his grandfather who challenged him to remain at Trinity College (later Duke University) 
where he completed his undergraduate education and later Duke Divinity School. He 
spoke with fondness of his days as a member of Duke's cross-country team. 

With a smile and twinkle in his eye, Dad spoke of his passage of 62 years with his 
beloved, Annie Irene Brown of Red Springs. He spoke of "robbing" the Presbyterian 
Church for his mate, but hastily added that she was predestined to be his wife. Through 
the years they walked hand in hand doing the Lord's work. To this union were born two 
children - a son, Nelson Pate, Jr., and a daughter, Anne Edens Pickard, and he became 
the proud grandfather of two - Georganne Edens Pickard and Jodi Blair Pickard. 

Ordained into the Methodist ministry in 1 925, Dad served the following pastorates: 
Kenansville, Elizabethtown, Roseboro, Tabor City, Mayesville, Garner, Kittrell, Parkton, 
Laurel Hill, Person Street in Fayetteville, and Institute. Of the thirteen pastorates, fifty-five 
churches in eastern NC were served by Dad, to which 1 ,998 people were added by profes- 
sion of faith. When retirement came in 1 966, he was not ready to take a rest. For ten 
years, he ministered to Wesley Chapel and Black's Chapel, and on occasion, would fill the 
pulpit of Carr Memorial Christian Church in the community in Sampson County where 
he and Mother lived in their retirement years. 

After several weeks of hospitalization at Sampson Memorial Hospital in Clinton, Dad 
embarked on his final passage to eternal life on June 27, 1 989. A service of celebration 
was held at Keener United Methodist Church on June 29, 1 989 with the pastor, the 
Reverend Ralph Hill officiating, assisted by the Reverend Helen Crotwell, district superin- 
tendent of the Fayetteville District, the Reverend Jimmy Miller, a former district superin- 
tendent of the Fayetteville District, and the Reverend Paul Mattox, pastor of Carr Memorial 
Christian Church. Grandview Memorial Gardens in Clinton was Dad's place of rest. 

Yes, he was our shepherd. To God, we are grateful for Dad's life among the flocks. 

Lovingly submitted by his daughter, 
Anne Edens Pickard, for the Edens family 



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JAMES ROBERT REGAN, SR 
1902 - 1989 



James Robert Regan was born March 4, 1 902 in Robeson County near Lumberton. 
He grew up on a farm just outside Fayetteville where the family also ran a general store. 
He went to local schools, then to Trinity Park School in Durham, Rutherford College, and 
graduated from Duke University in 1 928. He also received his M.Div. from Duke Divinity 
School. 

He taught in the public schools of NC for several years in Bladen, Sampson, and Pender 
counties, and later in Hyde County. He also taught at Edwards Military Institute in Salem- 
burg and served as principle of a school near Roseboro. 

In his 30 years as a pastor, he served the following churches: Stumpy Point, Kennakeet- 
Avon, Hatteras, Mattamuskeet, Mamers, Erwin, Leasburg, Troy Circuit, Pinebluff, Stem, 
Henderson, White Memorial-Wesley, Pink Hill, South River, Fayetteville: Wesley Heights, 
Ellerbe, and Rockingham: Glenwood. 

Robert helped to start two other churches and was influential in leading several per- 
sons to enter the Christian ministry, including his son, Robert, Jr. 

He was a pastor who supported all the programs of the church, education, stewardship, 
missions, social concerns, and evangelism. His congregations always received new mem- 
bers by profession of faith because of his concern to reach others for Christ. 

He had a particular interest in the problems of alcohol and alcoholism. He attended 
the Yale School of Alcohol Studies to further his work in this area. This interest included 
teaching courses on alcohol and alcoholism to young people who attended the Louis- 
burg Assemblies. 

Robert married Selma Adelaide Cain of Bladen County near Elizabethtown, who also 
attended Duke University. From that union were born Herbert Alexander and James 
Robert, Jr. Herbert has lived in Raleigh and has been, along with his family, a participant 
in St. James GMC. His son, Robert, Jr., has served as a pastor in the MC Conference, on 
the national staff in Washington, DC, and as a pastor in the VA Conference. There are 
eight grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren. 

Robert retired from the active ministry in 1 967 but continued to preach as needed in 
area churches, serve part-time on the staffs of Christ Church and Campground churches, 
and do substitute teaching in the public schools of Fayetteville and Cumberland Coun- 
ty. In addition, he taught courses in Fayetteville's Community College. 

After the death of his beloved first wife, Selma, Robert married the former Beulah Mc- 
Phail of Lumberton. The two spent the last seven years of his life enjoying their homes 
both in Lumberton and Fayetteville. 

Robert fell asleep and died after a brief illness on July 17, 1989 in Highsmith-Rainey 
Hospital with his sons and wife standing by. He was buried in Memorial Gardens in Fayet- 



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teville. His funeral was conducted by the Reverend Herman Winberry at Haymount 
Church, attended by many fellow clergy, other friends, and family members. 

Dwight L. Moody wrote before he died, "Some day you will read in the papers that D. 
L. Moody is dead. Don't you believe a word of it! At that time I will be more alive than I am 
now. I shall have gone up higher, that is all... That which is born of the flesh will die. That 
which is born of the Spirit will live forever." (The Life ofDcuight L. Moody, William R. Moody, 
Fleming H. Revell Co., 1900) 

Robert Regan, too, is more alive than ever. Amen! 

J. Robert Regan, Jr. 






GEORGE McCREA MARSH, JR 
1933- 1989 



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George M. Marsh, Jr., son of George and Nina Marsh, was born in Renovo, PA on July 
4, 1933. He met and married Audrey Louise Cox and this union produced four fine 
children: Mrs. Roni Jo Marsh Phillips, George McCrea Marsh III, Joseph Marvin Marsh, and 
Glenn Monroe Marsh. 

George enlisted in military service in October of 1 950 and retired from the US Marine 
Corps in July of 1 970. He served a tour in Viet Mam. He served his country with distinc- 
tion and was proud of having been a Marine. He could always be counted upon to come 
up with a good lecture for those who would burn our flag or shun military service. His 
patriotism could never be questioned. 

While serving his final years in military service George received his call to preach. He 

was appointed to the Verona Church as a part-time supply pastor. After military retirement 

he served Hatteras, Pasquatank, Ellerbe, Roberdel, and the Harlow/Oak Grove Churches. 

It was said of the Mew Testament Saint named Barnabas, "He was a good man, and 

full of the Holy Spirit and of faith: and (because of him) much people were added to the 

church." To say that George was a good man is to say a lot, but it is not enough. He was 

a good man and a great man. He possessed a great faith and a great capacity for love. 

He loved his family and left his stamp upon their lives in such a way that it will never dim 

or be forgotten. He loved children and children loved him. He loved the people he served 

and they loved him. He was proud to be a United Methodist minister. "He was a good 

man", and his goodness, while never on parade, was the mark of his life. His gentleness, 

his brotherliness, his ability to understand and enter into the suffering and needs of people 

was an outstanding characteristic of his ministry. He was the dearest friend I'll ever have. 

The following poem, What is a Friend?, describes George McCrea Marsh. 

"A friend is somebody who knows you and likes you exactly the way you are, 

Somebody who's special and so close in thought that no distance can ever seem far, 

A friend is that someone whose cheerful 'hello' always brings a smile to your face, 

Whose thoughtfulness makes you feel really'at home' whatever the time or the place. 

A friend is somebody that shares your secrets and laughs at the same things you do, 



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Who helps you make plans and is happy to hear when something nice happens to you 
A friend understands you without any words, stands by you when nothing goes right, 
And willingly talks over problems with you till they somehow just vanish from sight. 
And whether you're neighbors or live miles apart, a word from a friend gives a lift 
To your heart and your spirit, that shows you once more why true friendship is life's 

dearest gift!" Elizabeth M. Gerus 
Death came suddenly, without any warning on Thursday afternoon, July 20, 1 989. 
George had been working in the parsonage yard. He came in to rest and suffered a mas- 
sive heart attack. He collapsed and died in Audrey's arms and his spirit went to be with 
the Lord, whom he loved and served so well. A Service of Death and Resurrection was 
conducted by New Bern District Superintendent M. Whit Warren, and the Reverend H. 
Charles Davis, in the Harlow GMC on Sunday afternoon, July 23, 1 989. Interment was in 
the church cemetery. 

H. Charles Davis 




HENRY ARTHUR PHILLIPS, JR. 



1934 - 1989 



Henry Arthur Phillips, Jr. was born September 21,1 934 in North Tazewell, VA to Henry 
Arthur Phillips, Sr. and Will Owen Harrell Phillips. Born into a parsonage family, Arthur 
grew up with the itineracy learning much about the Methodist ministry and its call. A love 
of history, Bible study, and a loving concern for others were his legacy from his family. He 
attended public school and graduated from high school in Richlands, VA in 1 951 . 

Arthur attended Emory and Henry College in VA. While there he met Margaret (Peg) 
Atkins. He proposed to her and they were married on May 31,1 955, just two days after 
they had both graduated from Emory and Henry. The fall of that same year he enrolled 
in the Divinity School at Duke University, and that is where I had the privilege of coming 
to know Arthur as a true friend. One quickly discerned Arthur to be a person of deep faith, 
true wisdom and good humor. We shared our classes and ministries, and graduated with 
the Master of Divinity degree in May, 1 959. 

One might assume that Arthur chose the ministry because of family experience, but it 
was his deep personal experience and conviction that led him to answer the call to the 
Christian ministry. Arthur's personal faith was founded on his own total commitment to 
Jesus Christ as Lord of his life, a concept of gentle goodness, and a life of service to others. 

Arthur served his entire thirty-five years in full time ministry in the NC Annual Con- 
ference serving the Allensville-Trinity Charge from 1 955-59, Camp Church in Shallotte 
from 1 959-64, Edenton Street in Raleigh as Associate Pastor from 1 964-69, Carthage 
from 1969-74, Louisburg from 1974-79, Swansboro from 1979-88, and Davis Street in 
Burlington from 1 988 until his death in 1 989. 



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AH the churches Arthur served came to know him as a compassionate pastor, a scholar, 
attentive to his parish, devoted to his Lord, and thorough in Bible study and sermon 
preparation. He was constant in personal prayer and sought to make worship meaning- 
ful for everyone. He was an evangelist in the best sense of the word! Arthur's sermons 
were virtually unforgettable. After all these years parts of ones I heard still come to mind 
I think this is because Arthur spent time searching for the truth behind the witness, and 
then preaching the truth he was led to speak. Arthur spoke the truth even when the truth 
was unpopular, but more importantly, Arthur taught us how to live. He did even more: 
he showed us how to live because he lived what he preached. He was a model of his own 
faith. 

In both district and Conference activities, Arthur took numerous roles of leadership, 
including a long tenure on the Board of Social Concerns, and a term as chairperson of 
that agency. I remember him standing in the pulpit at Annual Conference presenting 
some not-very-popular but important and honest Christian ideals, and defending the posi- 
tions of the Board with humility and integrity. Arthur never raised his voice or shouted at 
people. He was not bombastic. I asked Arthur why he put himself through all that. His 
answer was typically Arthur as he said, "A man has got to do what a man has got to do!" 
Wherever Arthur was, he was a man that Jesus had told exactly what to do. Arthur also 
was a creative and valuable member on the Conference Board of the Ordained Ministry 

Arthur had a positive influence on the floor of Annual Conference as on the members 
of every church he served. That influence flowed into the community at large. His ways 
were and will not be forgotten but serve as candles to light the darkness, and as open 
windows to bring fresh winds of Christian influence and change into every area of the 
Conference. He was a kindJy, lively man of great good humor. His gentleness will not be 
forgotten by the thousands of people that were touched by it and by his sense of Chris- 
tian family life that he practiced daily in his home. 

A year ago at Annual Conference, he came to the stage to shake my hand and chat a 
moment. He told me that the cancer seemed to be behind him and he was feeling good. 
He looked well. The only time I saw him happier was at Conference the year before when 
he received news of the birth of his first grandchild. Bishop Minnick overheard that and 
said, "I'll bet you'd like to see that grandchild!" Arthur replied, "I'd like to go right now!" 
Bishop Minnick replied, "I'm giving you an official excuse to leave Conference because 
you have duties at home." Arthur gave a big grin and said, "Oh, boy!" and took off run- 
ning. 

God, family, and fellow man - all were the interest and essence of Arthur Phillips. Ar- 
thur knew what to do and he did it. 

It came as a shock when I heard Arthur had returned to the hospital in August with a 
recurrence of his earlier condition. He died on September 20, 1 989 in Burlington. It was 
the day before his 55th birthday. By his own choice his earthly body was cremated and a 
memorial service held at Davis Street Church on September 22, 1989. The service was 
conducted by the Reverends Milton Mann, Christopher White, Lyndle Bullard, and Owen 
Fitzgerald. His ashes have been scattered on Molly's Knob at Hungry Mother State Park 
in VA, a favorite camping and hiking ground of the family. Arthur is survived by his wife, 
Margaret (Peg) Atkins Phillips; four children: Jonathan David of New Bern; Stephen Mark 
of Raleigh; Timothy Andrew of Louisburg; and Melanie Carol Phillips Parrish of Raleigh; 
one grandson, Nathan Scott Phillips of New Bern; one brother, the Reverend E. Harrell 
Phillips of Camden, TN. His mother, Will Owen Phillips, survived him by two months. 

Arthur packed more into his 35 years in ministry than most do in much longer. He will 
be remembered as a scholarly, goodly, God-fearing man who practiced what he preached. 
One thinks of Arthur's favorite hymn (because theologically it is so much like him), "When 
I Survey the Wondrous Cross". "Were the whole realm of nature mine, That were an of- 
fering far too small. Love so amazing,s o divine, Demands my soul, my life, my all." 

Kimsey King 



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CHARLES GRAHAM NICKENS 



1917 - 1989 



Charles Graham Nickens was born in Mt. Olive, July 8, 1 91 7, the son of Joseph E. and 
Alice Crumpler Nickens. He died in the Wayne Memorial Hospital in Goldsboro, on 
November 1 7, 1 989. His funeral was held on November 20 at 11 :00 a.m. at St. Paul CMC 
in Goldsboro where he and his wife had worshiped since his retirement. The service was 
conducted by their pastor, the Reverend Thomas E. Loftis and the Reverend J. Paul Ed- 
wards. He was buried in the Willowdale Cemetery in Goldsboro in an area owned by St. 
Paul UMC and reserved for CM ministers and their families. 

Graham was married to Inez Sasser on May 3, 1 940 and God blessed their life together 
for almost 50 years. To this union was born two children: Shelton (Charles Shelton Nick- 
ens of University Park, MD), and Tricia (Mrs. Colon Willoughby of Raleigh). He is survived 
by his wife, his children, five grandchildren, and his brother, the Reverend Paul Nickens 
of Southern Pines. 

After being in the business world for several years, and after seven years of marriage, 
Graham told Inez that he felt that God was calling him into the ministry. He had been 
struggling with this for many months. His call was very real but the realities of life seemed 
to make it impossible. He had a wife and small son to support. He saw no way that this 
could be done if he gave up his job, and also assumed the expenses of attending college. 
He decided to go and talk with his presiding elder, the late and beloved B. B. Slaughter. 
Mr. Slaughter encouraged him, helped him obtain his local preacher's license and as- 
signed him to serve a church. Graham graduated from ECU and completed his formal 
education at Emory University Candler School of Theology. He served the following ap- 
pointments: Oriental, Grimesland, Windsor, Duplin, Elizabeth City: City Road, Tabor City, 
Newland-Grace and Pikeville. Because of his health he was placed on disability leave in 
1 979 and retired in 1 984. 

I have known Graham since early in my ministry. I came to know him and Inez in a 
very special way when I was his district superintendent. My wife and I were invited into 
their home for the evening meal the night of our first Charge Conference together. Soon 
after we arrived he asked that I look at all the reports he had filled out and be sure that 
everything was in proper order. His was letter perfect, and I told him that my life would be 
much easier if all were as prepared as well as his. Inez said Graham always worried, to 
some degree, about all his work with the church for he wanted things done correctly. He 
expected a great deal from himself and his churches. When they observed how dedicated 
he was and how hard he worked, they responded in kind. He was an effective leader of 
God in the churches he served, and many Christians today rejoice that he came their way. 
I am one of those. 

He found a simple but meaningful poem that he liked, clipped it out and his wife asked 
that it be read at his funeral. 

"Life is not lost when this bright day is gone, 



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There comes a time of dark and then the dawn - 
Man does not die when Spirit leaves the earth, 
He has but gone to know another birth." 

J. Paul Edwards 




CARLTON RAY WEST 
1923 - 1989 



Ray West, the second-born of three sons to Mary Bell Gilbert West and Dorval Wayne 
West, Sr., was born June 20, 1 923, on a farm in Bachelor. Ray's parents moved to Kinston, 
where he spent his early childhood years. There he worked on the family dairy farm and 
in Pender's Grocery Store that his father managed. He attended Kinston Elementary 
School until he was twelve years old when his family moved back to Bachelor where he 
worked on the family farm and attended Beaufort High School. He graduated from high 
school in 1 940 and left home to begin his life's mission. 

Ray's first public job was as a ship rigger in the Newport Mews, VA Shipyard. In 1 942, 
Ray married his high school sweetheart, Pearl Gooding, and they were blessed with two 
daughters, Roberta Dawn and Meri Janet. During World War II, Ray worked in the Wil- 
mington Shipyard where he helped build battle ships. He was drafted into the GS Navy in 
1 944 and settled his family in Beaufort, NC after the war. He worked as a Civil Service in- 
dustrial engineering technician at the Cherry Point Marine Air Station until 1 958 when he 
felt called to enter the preaching ministry. 

Ray's first preaching appointment was the Straits-Harkers Island Charge. Harkers Is- 
land became a station church in 1 960 and Ray served there until 1 964. During this ap- 
pointment, Ray attended and graduated from Louisburg College. His stcond appointment 
was the Browning-Smith Chapel Charge where he received his Elder's orders. In 1967, 
Ray asked for supernumerary status to attend Campbell College where he received a 
psychology degree and worked part-time with the NC Mental Health Center at Buies 
Creek. After college he continued working as alcohol and drug abuse counselor for the 
Harnett County Mental Health Center until 1981. He served as part-time pastor of the 
Wesley-Black's Chapel Charge during this time. In 1981 , Ray retired from the NC Con- 
ference, returned to Cherry Point where he picked up his early employment, then retired 
from Civil Service in 1 985. 

Ray assisted his wife, Pearl, who entered the ministry in 1976. They served Union 
Church, Goldsboro District; Turkey-Friendship Charge, Fayetteville District; Town Creek 
Charge, Wilmington District, (Zion became a station church and Pearl remained at Zion 
until 1 985). Their last appointment was the Eureka-Yetverton Charge, Goldsboro District, 
where Pearl retired in 1 987. 

In 1 985, a biopsy showed Ray had prostate cancer which had spread into the blood 
stream. In spite of his declining health, Ray continued to work in the church and to build 
a house for his and Pearl's retirement. After twenty-nine years, they returned home to 



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Beaufort and they moved into their new home on Ray's birthday, June 20, 1 989. During 
his brief retirement years Ray enjoyed building their home, working in the church, sing- 
ing in the choir and assisting local preachers. He was taken to the hospital in October, 
1 989, and remained in the hospital until his death on Christmas Day, December 25, 1 989. 
His funeral service was held in Ann Street UMC by the Reverend A. D. Byrd, and his in- 
terment was in the North River GMC Cemetery. Ray's survivors are his wife, Pearl Good- 
ing West, Beaufort; two daughters, Roberta Dawn West of Atlanta, GA, and Meri Janet 
West of Garner; and one grandson, James P. Capps III, CJSN. 

Ray's many friends and his family testify to his great love for Jesus and His Church and 
to his service to many people. Ray often introduced himself from the pulpit as, "I am Ray 
West, and I am a sinner. Except for the loving and forgiving grace of our Lord Jesus Christ, 
I would be worthless." Ray gave Jesus full credit for all the good he achieved in his life. 

We miss him very much. 

Pearl West and family 




EDWARD FRANKLIN SMITH, JR. 



1920- 1990 



Edward F. Smith, Jr. was a United Methodist minister who lived and labored with a 
quietness and modesty which cloaked his true greatness. A servant of God, he fulfilled his 
Master's dictum... "Let the one who would be great, be servant of all". 

He was born in Cheraw, SC to Edward F. Smith and Mary Meacham Smith on January 
12, 1920. He died in a tragic automobile accident, hit by a drunken driver, in Lumberton 
on the afternoon of January 1 9, 1 990. 

He was married to Janet Wellons Smith on December 28, 1 945, and he is survived by 
his wife and their three children, Edward F. Smith III of Washington, DC, David A. Smith 
of Maryland, and Sally Stenland of Rocky Mount. They also have five grandchildren. 

He was graduated from Fayetteville Public Schools, Louisburg College, Duke Univer- 
sity, and Duke Divinity School. He did further graduate study at Hartford School of Mis- 
sions. 

He was ordained as a deacon in the Methodist Church in the NC Annual Conference 
in 1 945. He was received into full connection and ordained elder in 1 948. After serving 
the Maybrook-Massey and Leesburg Circuits, he and Janet responded to their call to the 
Methodist mission field. They were commissioned in 1 952 to serve in the Belgian Congo, 
where they served with distinction until 1 962. Smith remained a vital witness to mission- 
ary evangelism for a lifetime, sharing at any opportunity with obvious zest. 

When tumult in the new state of Zaire made it unsafe for his family to remain in Africa, 
they returned to outstanding years of ministry in the NC Annual Conference. He served 
Hillsborough UMC, Trinity UMC in Wilmington, Haymount UMC in Fayetteville; Duke 
Memorial UMC in Durham, and Chestnut Street UMC in Lumberton until his retirement 
in 1 986. He was asked to remain as pastor emeritus at Chestnut Street until his death. 



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He served the Conference with leadership in Missions, the Board of Education, and 
the Board of Pensions. He served as a trustee of NC Wesleyan College and a trustee of 
the Methodist Home for Children. He was in constant demand to instruct classes in dis- 
trict and church schools of Missions. He also frequently lectured or supplied at Duke 
Divinity School. 

During all these years he was a man of high integrity, loyal devotion, strong faith and 
deep spiritual insight. He merited inclusion in the "Halls of Fame" so endeared to mere 
mortals, as an all-American husband, father, friend, and tireless, loving shepherd to his 
assigned flock. Ed did not seek greatness, nor did he recognize his own true greatness. 

He remained faithful even until death. I am sure the Great and Good Master has 
awarded him the crown he so richly deserves. 

"Servant of God, well done! Thy glorious warfare's past; 

The battles fought, the race is won, and thou art crowned at last" - Charles Wesley 

We shall miss him, but we shall treasure his love and example. Surely he is with our 
Lord, preparing a place for us from whom he is temporarily separated. 

Thomas A. Collins 




OFFIE LEMUEL HATHAWAY 
1905- 1990 



Offie Lemuel Hathaway was born September 1 , 1 905, to Robert L. and Geneva Bar- 
nes Hathaway in Wilson County, NC. Offie Hathaway and Ocie Burleson were united in 
Holy Matrimony on September 1, 1927. The result of this union provided Offie and his 
wife, Burl, an opportunity to contribute and share a common ministry with the people of 
NC during his 44 years as an active minister in the NC Conference. 

He received his B.A. degree from Duke University in 1927, and his B.D. degree from 
Duke Divinity School at Duke University in 1 929. Methodist College in Fayetteville con- 
ferred the D. D. degree upon him in 1 982 for outstanding service on behalf of the NC 
Conference and Methodist College. 

O. L., as he was affectionately known, faithfully served the following appointments 
during active ministry: Epworth in Wilmington, 1931-34; Epworth-Wesley, 1934-38; 
Selma, 1938-42; St. Paul's in St. Paul, 1942-46; First Church in Graham, 1946-51 ; Siler 
City, 1 951 -53; Fayetteville district superintendent, 1 953-59; Conference Missions execu- 
tive director, 1959-62; Durham district superintendent, 1962-68; Conference Gifts and 
Wills executive director, 1968-70; Conference Stewardship and Communications direc- 
tor, 1970-73. 

Leadership was the lasting gift and contribution that O. L. Hathaway shared with the 
Church. This gentle and loving pastor was instrumental in helping to establish the Raleigh 
Area as a unique and separate Conference within the General Church. He also provided 
the leadership necessary to build a new Methodist Building in Raleigh which would insure 
episcopal and Conference leadership for the Methodists of NC. He was a founding trus- 



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tee of Methodist College, and a trustee of the Methodist Retirement Homes and the 
Methodist Home for Children. His vision for new churches gave leadership in estab- 
lishment of the $1 Club, and he helped to secure the property for Camp Rickfish, free 
of all cost to the Conference. 

Offie was honored by his colleagues in ministry when he was elected four times as a 
delegate to the General Conference, and elected five times as a delegate to the SEJ Con- 
ference, where he received a number of votes for the episcopacy from the delegates across 
the SEJ. On two other occasions, Offie was honored to be a delegate to the Methodist 
World Conference. 

In June 1 973, O. L. Hathaway retired from active ministry. This faithful servant who 
had been transformed by Jesus Christ, had transformed the people called Methodists in 
NC. How grateful we are for this powerful witness and example of servant leadership. 

Offie Lemuel Hathaway died on January 23, 1 990 at the Methodist Retirement Home 
in Durham. He was buried in Raleigh where he had lived immediately following his retire- 
ment. 

The scripture shared by our Lord in Matthew 25:21 is an appropriate word for this faith- 
ful servant of the Church - "Well done, good and faithful servant; you have been faithful 
over a little, I will set you over much; enter into the joy of your Master." 

Paul L. Leeland 




RICHARD THOMSON COMMANDER 



1923 - 1990 



Richard Thomson Commander, son of Charles E. and Adelaide Boyd Commander, 
was born May 10, 1923, in Florence, SC. At an early age his family moved to Jackson- 
ville, FL, where he was reared. He was affectionately known by his family, friends, and col- 
leagues in the ministry as "Rick". 

Rick had the good fortune of meeting Lelia L. Shore, known by her friends as "Lee", 
of Charlotte, and they were united in Holy Matrimony on June 2, 1951 , thus forming a 
happy and blessed union. 

Their marriage was blessed with three children, Suzanne Commander Barwick; Richard 
(Ricky) T. Commander, Jr.; and Mary Kathryn (Kathy) Commander who predeceased her 
father. Other family members who were significant to Rick are: Laura Elizabeth Barwick, 
granddaughter; Jeffrey S. Barwick, son-in-law; and Adelaide C. Kirkpatrick, Esther C. 
Payne, and Shands C. Rhea, sisters. 

Rick became a student at Auburn University, Auburn, AL, and had his education in- 
terrupted while he served in the US Armed Forces during World War II. Upon being dis- 
charged from service, he resumed his education at Auburn University and received a B.S. 
degree in Business Administration. 

God, through Christ, called Rick Commander to the ministry, and he began his 
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Durham. He was ordained a deacon in 1 950 and admitted on trial, and was ordained an 
elder in 1 952 and received into full connection. 

Rick Commander enjoyed a rich and fruitful ministry serving the following appoint- 
ments: North Gates, 1950-54; Elizabeth City: Riverside, 1954-59; Hamlet: Fellowship, 
1 959-60; Burlington: Faith, 1 960-65; Fayetteville: Camp Ground, 1 965-69; Goldsboro: 
St. Luke, 1969-71; Raleigh: Fairmont, 1971-75; Greenville: District Superintendent, 
1975-81; Jacksonville: Trinity, 1981-86; Durham: Duke Memorial, 1986-87; and Car- 
rboro, 1987-88. He retired at the 1988 Annual Conference. Many noteworthy accomplish- 
ments could be enumerated regarding his pastorate at each of these appointments. Rick 
was the organizing pastor of Riverside GMC in Elizabeth City. During his tenure as district 
superintendent of the Greenville District, he was very instrumental in creating a climate 
for fellowship and collegiality among the pastors. This accomplishment is confirmed by 
the writer of this memoir who served as one of his pastors for five years, and who held him 
in the highest esteem with great admiration. During his years as district superintendent, 
Rick and Lee developed close and lasting friendships with the parsonage families who 
served in the Greenville District. 

Rick was elected an alternate delegate to Jurisdictional Conference in 1 980, and a 
delegate to the General and Jurisdictional Conferences in 1 988. He served as the chair- 
person of the Board of Worship, a member of the Board of Education, the Conference 
Council on Ministries, Division of Higher Education, Division of Ecumenical & Inter- 
religious Concerns, and the Bishop's Committee on Church Architecture. Rick served as 
a trustee of MC Wesleyan College, and as a trustee of the Conference. He was president 
of the Duke Alumni Association, 1973. Further, he served faithfully and effectively as 
secretary of the cabinet when he was a district superintendent. 

Rick was civic minded and demonstrated his interest in a number of ways including 
membership in the Rotary Club. 

Following his retirement, he was employed by Oak Ridge Realty and York Realty as a 
real estate agent. 

On February 4, 1 990, Richard Thomson Commander continued his life eternal as he 
moved from this earthly pilgrimage to eternal bliss and joy in the presence of God. This 
was the end of his life on earth where he enjoyed companionship with Lee; close ties with 
Suzanne, Ricky, Jeff, Laura, Adelaide, Esther, and Shands; and relationships with many 
colleagues, former parishioners, and friends; but, the beginning of a new life with the 
communion of the saints. 

The funeral service was conducted at First GMC in Cary by the Reverends Kermit Bras- 
well, William Green, Dewey Tyson, and Hope Ward. A solo, The Lord's Prayer, was sung 
by the Reverend James Miller, who was a roommate in seminary with Rick. The choirs of 
First GMC, Cary, and Fairmont GMC, Raleigh, rendered a moving anthem entitled, The 
Beatitudes. The Reverend Haywood Smith, who was Rick's associate in Jacksonville, con- 
cluded the special music at the grave with a solo, Charity. The Reverends Johnny Aycock, 
Harold Chrismon, Henry Hunnings, James Lupton, Rod Mullen, Travis Owen, Jerry 
Smith, and Clyde Tucker served as pallbearers. The Reverend Troy Barrett served at the 
church as the family-clergy escort. 

The topic of the meditation was "One of God's Saints". The text was found in selected 
verses from John 14. It was pointed out how Rick Commander touched the lives of his 
colleagues with love, patience, compassion, understanding, and concern. Further, it was 
stated that lay persons were blessed through the years by the healing presence of Christ 
because Rick Commander was their pastor. Consolation was given from the beautiful 
words of John 1 4, and family, colleagues, and friends were assured that Rick was at peace 
because of the grace and mercy of God who enabled him to be his servant. Rick Com- 
mander knew "whose he was" and because he knew, he is one of God's saints. 

Burial followed in Raleigh Memorial Park. 

Kermit L. Braswell 



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MADISON WARD (DOC) MANESS 
1904 - 1990 



Madison Ward (Doc) Maness was born on May 1 5, 1 904, in Moore County near Rob- 
bins. He was the youngest of three sons and two daughters in the family of Wiley Reynolds 
Maness and Hattie Hunsucker Maness. His mother died when Doc was a pre-schooler; 
so Harvey, Dewey and Esther went to the Methodist Orphanage in Raleigh, while he and 
the older sister, Pearl, became family members in the home of a great uncle, Mr. and Mrs. 
John Wesley Ward, located a few miles from Rowland. 

In early years, Doc worked on the Ward farm and went, every time the doors were 
opened, to the near-by Centenary Methodist Church. It was there he memorized Bible ver- 
ses, took his turn reciting on Children's Day and accepted Jesus Christ as Savior. In later 
years, he remarked about the influence of home and church: "From days of youth, I had 
a strong feeling of a calling in my life. Being 'born again' doesn't fit me. I never had a 
dramatic conversion experience. My mother had prayed for me to be a minister." Doc 
started in a neighborhood grammar school; then attended high school in Rowland where 
he graduated with the class of '24. 

After receiving an undergraduate degree from Duke University in 1 928, Doc taught at 
Shallotte High School and coached the girls's basketball team. Two years later he was 
back at Duke, this time as a student in the Divinity School where he earned the Master of 
Divinity degree. 

Madison Ward Maness was received as a clergy member of the NC Annual Conference 
in 1933; being ordained deacon in '35 and elder in '37. His appointments were as fol- 
lows: Kinnakeet, 1933-35; South Camden, 1936-38; Manteo, 1939-43; Tarboro: St. 
James, 1944-47; Mt. Gilead, 1948-50; Durham: Lakewood, 1951-53; Burlington: Webb 
Avenue, 1 954-57; Fairmont: Trinity, 1 958-59; Fayetteville: Campground, 1 960-65; Fayet- 
teville: Trinity, 1966-70; Dunn: Leslie,1971-74; and Fayetteville: Hay Street Minister of 
Visitation, 1975-79. 

Was it not St. Paul who has asked our question: "What shall we then say to these 
things?" (Roman 8:31) 

Doc Maness was a family man. On his first appointment, he met Ruth Nixon who was 
teaching school at Avon. They were married in her home church at Stumpy Point, on 
September 29, 1 939, by the Reverends B. B. Slaughter and E. D. Weathers. God blessed 
their home with a gift of two daughters: Betty Ruth, who was killed in a car crash the day 
before her twenty-second birthday; and Virginia Ann Maness Anglin, who lives with her 
husband at 1221 Haymount Court in Fayetteville. 

I once asked Doc why he had chosen to establish his retirement home in Fayetteville; 
which was at 420 Northview Drive. He pointed out how near it was to both Robbins and 
Rowland. Then he said, "If you jump a rabbit, there's no need to give chase for it will circle 



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back and settle down close to where it got up." He added teasingly, "I guess I'm a little like 
a rabbit." 

Doc Maness was a school man. He was true blue in his loyalty to Duke University. He 
was a past president of the Duke Alumni Club and a member of the Duke Half-Century 
Club. Methodist College also found him to be a friend with a strong support. The Maness 
family established a scholarship fund in memory of Betty Ruth who was a senior there on 
April 4, 1 964 - the day she died - the darkest day of their lives. 

Doc Maness was a church man. He was born in the lap of Christian love and rocked 
in the cradle of Christian nurture. Both he and the Reverend Jack Page grew up in the 
same Ward home. Doc accepted his appointments with grace and did his work faithfully 
and well. He also served the Conference on the Board of College Visitors, Board of Evan- 
gelism, Town and Country Commission, and the Golden Cross Committee. 

Most of all, Doc Maness was God's man. Holy things had been hammered out on the 
anvil of his soul. With the psalmist he could say, "My heart is fixed. O God, my heart is 
fixed." (57:7) In a sermon preached in Hay Street Church, Doc told of a secret he had 
learned from a trapeze artist. He quoted the circus entertainer as saying: "I stand on the 
high bar, with my heart in my hand. When all is still, and silent, and ready; I fling my heart 
away and then jump after it." In tender years, Madison Ward Maness sang times without 
number, "Give of your best to the Master; give of the strength of your youth". And he did! 
Late Thursday afternoon, Mary 1 5, as the sun was going down beyond Rowland and Rob- 
bins, Doc was in Highsmith-Rainey Hospital in Fayetteville. And when life grew still, and 
silent; he must have heard a voice he knew well saying, "All is ready". The doctor said he 
died; but I say he jumped - jumped after his heart and found himself "safe in the arms of 
Jesus". 

Vernon C. Tyson 




DAVID MORRILL TYSON 



1916- 1990 



On Maundy Thursday, April 1 2, 1 990, David Morrill Tyson received his inheritance as 
a faithful and obedient servant of the Lord Jesus Christ. The Lord saw fit to receive His 
servant into His eternal kingdom a few days following surgery and while in recuperation 
at Cravan Regional Medical Center in New Bern. Funeral services for Morrill were held on 
Saturday, April 14, at Riverdale CMC, near Mew Bern, the church from which Morrill 
entered the ministry. His nephew, the Reverence M. Dewey Tyson of Carrboro; his great- 
nephew, the Reverend M. Eugene Tyson of New Bern; and his son-in-law, the Reverend 
W. Edward Privette of Kinston, officiated at the funeral service. Morrill's pastor, the 
Reverend L. Graham Royall of Vanceboro, officiated, along with the Reverend Dewey 
Tyson, at the burial in the Conner Family Cemetery, also near New Bern. 

Born in his home in Greene County, September 28, 1 91 6, Morrill moved to the River- 
dale community as a young adult, a decision that would make several profound differen- 



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ces in the remainder of his life. It was in this community that he would meet the young 
woman who would become his wife, Miss Eleanor Gray Wilcox. It was in this community 
that he would purchase a farm, a farm that would provide his livelihood for the next twelve 
years. It was in this community that his four daughters would be born, Ms. Patricia Tyson, 
now of Burlington; Mrs. Hilda Barrow, now of Vanceboro; Mrs. Eleanor Privette, now of 
Kinston, and Mrs. Linda Sloop, now of Lillington. It was in this community that he would 
find a church family with which to engage himself and his family, and it was in this com- 
munity that Morrill Tyson would hear God's call to enter the ministry, a decision that was 
encouraged by the ministry of the Reverend Key Taylor. 

At 36 years of age, and with a large family to support, Morrill entered the ministry in 
the NC Annual Conference, trusting in the grace and provision of a loving Lord. With that 
same spirit of trusting obedience, Morrill would enter the special program at Louisburg 
College for Methodist ministers, and would come under the guidance and tutelage of the 
Reverend C. Wade Goldston, a life-long friend and spiritual advisor. 

From 1 952 to Morrill's retirement in 1 982, he served the people and the churches to 
whom he was assigned with keen pastoral insight, with loving counsel, and with an abid- 
ing love. He loved them; they loved him. In 1 952, he was appointed to the Straits Charge, 
four churches on the coast; in 1 956, two of these churches would become a separate 
charge, so he would serve the Williston-Smyrna Charge from 1 956-63. He went to the 
Mamers Charge, near Lillington for one year. From 1 964-69, he served the Vanceboro 
Church; from 1 969-74, he served the Salem Church near Goldsboro; from 1 974-77, he 
served the Rainbow Church near Snow Hill; and from 1 977 until his retirement, he served 
the Benson-Elevation Charge. Always the "Preacher", and still "itching to preach" after his 
retirement, Morrill served the Wesley Church near Farmville for six years as a retired supp- 

iy- 

I knew Morrill Tyson as a very quiet and humble man. He was a man who strove with 
every whit of his being to emulate Jesus Christ. He wanted to be like Jesus, as much as 
was possible in this life. He never propelled himself to the front, preferring to stay in the 
background and let others be first. He was selfless to a fault, and he lived the servant life 
about which most of us only lovingly speak. He loved intensely; he loved in deed and not 
in words alone. 

One of his favorite things to do with his time was to work in his garden. There was 
something about the miracle of planting, growing, and harvesting that attracted Morrill 
in the physical and in the spiritual realms. 

Those who knew Morrill best, knew that nothing in this world was more important to 
him than his family. He was proud of his family; his wife, his daughters and their families, 
his Tyson nephews and their families. He prayed for his family; he worried over his fami- 
ly; he provided well for his family. 

Morrill Tyson was a great man. His was not the greatness of wealth nor station; not 
the greatness of influence nor authority. His greatness was found in those characteristics 
that made Jesus a great man and the apostles great men. His greatness was in charac- 
ter, integrity, commitment to Christ, Godliness, holiness, truth, servanthood, and humility. 
These were the traits that have made Morrill Tyson a great man in the Kingdom of God. 

W. Edward Privette, Son-in-law 



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MAUDE MAE PIKE NEWTON 



1896- 1989 



Maude Mae Pike Newton was born into a Methodist minister's family, the seventh of 
nine children, on August 7, 1 896 in Chattanooga, TN. The family moved to Carson City, 
NV in 1 900, where their father worked with the Gte Indians and others in an Indian Mis- 
sion, while their older brothers looked after the cows and the laying hens and their mother 
baked bread and held the family together. Maude's parents were naturalized American 
citizens from Toronto, Canada, though her mother was born and grew up in London, 
England. 

About 1910, the family moved to the Seattle, WA area where Maude attended high 
school and worked for a number of years as a church secretary. 

In 1 920, she enrolled as a college student in Asbury College, Wilmore, KY, where she 
worked her way through college as the president's secretary. In 1 924, she married a young 
theological student, Raymond Zenos Newton, who would become a minister in the NC 
Methodist Conference from 1936 to 1959. She worked as the college registrar while he 
spent three years in Asbury Theological Seminary and served as pastor of a small 
Methodist student circuit in the KY Conference. 

After graduation in 1 927, they accepted a home missions appointment from the Pacific 
Northwest Conference of the Methodist Church to a small Methodist/Congregational 
church in Nome, Alaska, with outlying Eskimo mission stations in Gnalakleet and else- 
where. 

In 1 930, they returned to Washington State and were in Mansfield for two years, in 
DuVal (near Seattle) for four years, and in Chelan briefly before moving to North Carolina 
in 1 936. 

In the NC Conference, they served Methodist charges in Swan Quarter, 1 936-39; Pit- 
tsboro, 1 939-43; Elizabethtown, 1 943-47; Mt. Hermon, 1 947-52; Cedar Grove, 1 952-56; 
and Salem-Phillips Chapel, 1 956-59. R. Z. retired in 1 959. 

During their time in NC, Mrs. Newton initiated a number of business education 
programs in local high schools and taught high school business most of those years. She 
earned a Master of Education degree in Business Education from GNC - Greensboro 
(Woman's College) in the late 1 950's, followed by graduate certification as a high school 
counselor in the public schools. She spent the 1960s working as a part-time supervisor 
of counseling with the Alamance County Board of Education. 

She spent the 1 970's and the 1 980's in the Wesleyan Arms Retirement Center in High 
Point. During this time she had a number of strokes which left her with a great deal of 
muscular paralysis, though her speech was not impaired for very long following each 
stroke. Her mind remained clear, though in her last years her memory for contemporary 
events was good while the events lasted, but fleeting once the events were over. 



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She was interred in the Friendship United Methodist Church cemetery in Burlington 
beside her husband, who died in 1 959. 

She is survived by two sons, Carl of Raleigh, born while the family was in Nome, AK; 
and David of Charlotte, born while they lived in DuVal, WA; two daughters-in-law; six 
grandchildren; and one great-granddaughter. 

Carl R. Newton 




ELIZABETH FRANCES LOWE FOOTS 



1903- 1989 



Elizabeth Frances Lowe Fouts was born December 3, 1903 in Northampton County 
to Atlas Adam Lowe and Roxanna Lassiter Lowe. She attended East Carolina University 
and was a public school teacher from 1 926 to 1 938. Later in 1 949, she was ordained as 
a local deacon in the NC Conference of The Methodist Church. 

Frances married the Reverend Dwight L. Fouts, a former Davidson County resident, 
who was admitted into the NC Conference in 1934. They faithfully served a number of 
Methodist church parishes in North Carolina over a period of 40 years: Scotland Neck, 
1935; Jonesboro Heights in Sanford, 1939; Whiteville, 1943; Weldon, 1944; Hertford, 
1 948; Plymouth, 1 950; Mt. Olive: First, 1 955; and 3eaufort: Ann Street, 1 962. Theirs was 
a complete ministry, working together; and over the years, they devoted many hours in 
counseling and guidance with the younger ministers of the Conference. 

In 1 966, Frances and Dwight retired and moved to a beautiful home overlooking a 
lake in Davidson County beside Dwight's brother, Odell Fouts, and his wife, Elva. They 
enjoyed developing and nurturing a diverse range of fruits and vegetables in their garden 
there, and Frances canned and preserved food from the garden each year. 

In retirement, Dwight continued to teach, supply local churches on a part-time basis, 
and assisted other ministers in the Lexington/Thomasville area. For more than a decade, 
they remained active, still about the Lord's work together. 

After Dwight's sudden death on January 4, 1981, Frances moved to the Methodist 
Retirement Home in Durham where she enjoyed being among many of her former parish- 
ners and friends at the home. In 1983, she suffered a massive stroke which left her un- 
able to walk. She moved to the Coble Health Care Center at the Methodist Retirement 
Home where she resided until her death on October 1 5, 1 989. 

She was buried beside the earthly remains of Dwight in the Lexington City Cemetery. 

Nevin W. Fouts, nephew 



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DOROTHY LEE COLEY ROBERTS 



1926- 1989 




Dorothy Coley Roberts was born January 9, 1 926 in Wayne County, NC, daughter of 
James William and Dida Minshew Coley. Following several years of declining health, she 
died at Johnston Memorial Hospital on November 1 1 , 1989. Funeral services were held 
at Princeton GMC on November 13 with the Reverends J. Paul Edwards, J. Malloy Owen, 
and Jean L. Hood. Interment was at Wayne Memorial Park, Goldsboro. 

Dorothy was married to John Milton Roberts on December 24, 1 945. They lived in 
Goldsboro until 1 961 , when John received his call to the ministry. Together they served 
faithfully, Harrells Charge, Salemburg, Faison, Stedman, and Princeton churches. Sur- 
viving in addition to her husband are two children, Dr. John M. Roberts, Jr. of Clinton, 
Lori Roberts Temple of Fayetteville, and a granddaughter, Amber Lee Temple of Fayet- 
teville. 

The Psalmist wrote, "our mouth was filled with laughter and our tongue with shouts 
of joy. The Lord has done great things with us." To all who knew Dot, she brought a uni- 
que joy to their lives. Always saying something that would bring laughter to those around 
her was a great attribute of hers. She seemed to have had more than her share of tragedy, 
not only in her family, but a long and lingering illness in her own life. But, even with these 
adversities, she was able to use her style of "off the cuff humor to break the tenseness 
and bring moments of laughter to all. Her commitment to her family, church and Lord 
was with her whole heart. She would tease about having to move out of her home into a 
parsonage, but down deep she was extremely proud of her husband and the opportunity 
to serve the Lord with him. The Psalmist says, "The Lord laughs in heaven." He just may 
be laughing with Dot. She was dedicated to her husband, her children, and her Lord, and 
she was a woman of great laughter, much as the proverbial woman of the Scriptures, 
"Strength and dignity are her clothing, she laughs at the time to come. And her family did 
rise up and call her blessed. 

One can only give thanks to God for Dorothy Roberts passing our way to enrich our 
lives and to help make the burdens of life a little easier. For her love and life, "We praise 
God from whom all blessings flow". 

J. L Hood 



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ORA MAE FLETCHER SEYMOUR 



1921 - 1990 



Ora Mae Fletcher Seymour was born in the tiny rural community of Obrien, FL, on 
February 5, 1921. She was the oldest of the two children of William Dewey and Velma 
Smith Fletcher. Dewey Fletcher, like most of the men in that part of the state, was a small 
farmer. Ora and her younger brother, Ralph, grew up among members of a large extended 
family during the Depression when farming was both a source of income and a source 
of all of the necessities of life. Financial problems forced the family to leave the farm during 
Ora's high school years. She continued to be influenced by the years in Obrien throughout 
her life. She strongly believed in the importance of family, the necessity of taking care of 
the gifts God gave you, and the dignity associated with hard work. 

A lifelong love of mathematics led Ora to train to be a bookkeeper. In 1941 she ac- 
cepted a bookkeeping job in a drug store in St. Augustine, FL. One of the first customers 
she was introduced to was Edgar Seymour. Ora and Ed were married on June 17,1 942. 
For more than half of their 43 years together, Ed was an officer in the US Marine Corps. 
Upon his retirement from the Marines, Ed made a decision to answer the call to the min- 
istry. 

Together, Ed and Ora served four charges in the Mew Bern District before poor health 
forced Ed to retire for a second time: Riverdale, Harlowe-Oak Grove, Pamlico Parish and 
Atlantic. 

Ora supported Ed in everything he attempted to do. However, it would be misleading 
to describe her only in terms of a supportive wife. In her calm dignified way she left her 
own mark in each of the many places she lived during her adult life. Both in her profes- 
sional work in accounting and in the many responsibilities she accepted in the church, 
she earned the respect of others. She never failed to work hard, give her best effort to 
every task and treat those around her with courtesy and consideration. Never one to back 
away from a challenge, she was always at her best when attempting something she had 
not tried before. One of her greatest sources of pride was the fact that she went to col- 
lege for the first time at age 49. 

In everything she did Ora conducted herself as a Christian and as a lady. She weighed 
every decision by her Christian values. Her priorities were always set by asking what God 
wanted her to do. Her interactions with others were influenced by her belief that everyone 
is a child of God and deserving of respect. In every way she was a living example of some- 
one who made a daily effort to live by the beliefs and values that set Christians apart. 

Ora died on January 2, 1 990. Her funeral was conducted at Atlantic GMC in Atlantic 
by the Reverend Rick Ward. She is buried in the community cemetery across from the 
church next to Ed, who died in 1 985. On her tombstone is the first line of her favorite 
hymn, "A charge to keep I have, a God to glorify". 



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Ora is survived by her daughter and a much loved son-in-law, Lynda and Jimmy Stain- 
back of Atlantic. 

Lynda Seymour Stainback 




LOTA LEIGH DRAUGHON BACIM 
1900- 1990 



Lota Leigh Baum was born in Edgecombe County, NC on April 11,1 900, the daughter 
of Lyman L. and Florence R. Draughon. Her early education was in local elementary 
schools, then on to Blackstone, VA; John Hopkins in Baltimore, MD; and was graduated 
from Trinity (Duke University) in Durham. She then taught school for several years in her 
hometown of Whitakers. 

In 1 929, Lota Leigh and the Reverend Herman B. Baum were married and began their 
life together in the Methodist Church and to the glory of God. For the next 34 years, they 
served at the following pastorates: South Camden, Currituck-Kitty Hawk, Four Oaks, Cary, 
Knightdale, Selma, Kipling, Norlina, and Ebenezer. 

Lota Leigh Baum made an excellent helpmate to her husband. She made each par- 
sonage a warm home, opening it up with affection, grace and hospitality at every oppor- 
tunity. She reached out with love and compassion to help people with their special needs. 
She helped families get clothing, shoes, and glasses in order that the children could go 
to school. Mo need was too small to be overlooked or too large to be undertaken. She 
had a great love for books and knowledge and wanted all in the community to have ac- 
cess to books. She persuaded the townspeople to select a location and allot funds for 
libraries in two towns, the last being in Whitakers. She then organized and ran them until 
a librarian could be hired. Lota Leigh Baum used her nursing skills to assist the Red Cross. 
She contributed many hours of volunteer time in hospitals and blood mobiles. She dedi- 
cated her life to the care of others. 

Herman and Lota Leigh Baum retired in 1 963 to Whitakers. Herman's earthly life 
ended later that same year and Lota Leigh lived and served in her hometown until 1 982 
when she went to live at United Retirement Home in Newton, and later to the Methodist 
Retirement Home in Durham. March 17, 1990 brought to a close her years of service 
among God's people. A Memorial Service was held March 31 , 1990 in Whitakers GMC, 
conducted by the Reverend Frances Browne. 

Surviving are two daughters, Betty Barbour of Conover, and Becky Taylor of Hunstville, 
AL; a sister, Margaret Warren of Wilmington, OH, and a brother, Ernest Draughon of Wil- 
mington, NC; five grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren. 

This "Special Lady" will always be missed, but what a beautiful living gift and example 
she left for all who knew and loved her. 

Betty Baum Barbour 
Becky Baum Taylor 



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RACHEL COPELAND EDWARDS MIZELLE 



1908 - 1990 



"What a remarkably happy life I've had." These heartwarming words were written by 
Rachel Copeland Edwards Mizelle in 1 985 when she was seventy-seven years old. Her 
boundless love for family and church, her warm and cheerful nature, and her zest for living 
helped make life richer for her family, her friends, and all other fellow Christians who were 
fortunate enough to know her. Many of those who loved her were present when she died 
at the age of 82 on March 27, 1990, in Mt. Holly, NJ. Her funeral at the Windsor GMC 
and internment at Edgewood Cemetery were conducted by the Reverend Ralph Epps, 
pastor of the Edenton GMC. 

The daughter of William Elisha an Rachel Tayloe Copeland, Rachel was born on their 
small family farm near Windsor on February 7, 1908. She had two older sisters, Mary 
Rhodes Eros and Bessie McCastlain, currently of Miami and Stuart, FL, respectively. The 
three of them always remained very close. A younger beloved brother, Robert, passed 
away in 1971. 

When her father died prior to Rachel's sixth birthday, her strong and courageous 
mother raised the four young children on that 50 acre farm. "Mama urged us to live by 
high standards. She was also responsible for our ambition and determination that we 
could make something of ourselves." Rachel was to learn how to milk a cow, tend a gar- 
den, can fruits and vegetables, and pick cotton. After graduating from Windsor High 
School in 1 925 she used her "cotton-picking" money (all $1 00) to help her attend Duke 
University. 

At Duke she soon displayed her propensity for learning and for leading. She was elected 
president of the Women's Student Government Association, was inducted into Phi Beta 
Kappa and White Duchy, and was selected to the May Court. After graduating and receiv- 
ing a Class A High School Blanket Certificate which allowed her to teach any subject in 
any department in the schools of NC, Rachel began her 40 year teaching career in Garner. 
Subsequently, she taught many subjects (mainly French, English, and mathematics) in 
every MC community to which the Conference sent her husband, the Reverend Earl B. 
Edwards. 

Rachel married Earl on June 30, 1937. Together, they ministered to their congrega- 
tions and also lovingly raised a son, Robert Earl, and a daughter, Sarah Frances. The use 
of the word "together" is especially applicable to Earl and Rachel. Not only did she teach 
Sunday School, lead Women's Circles, and deliver informative and inspiring talks at local 
and district functions, she also was a relied-upon partner on almost every pastoral call. 
To be sure her thoughts were found in many of Earl's sermons. They began each day - 
early - with some precious moments together over a cup of coffee. Theirs was truly a 
shared ministry. They served churches in Oakley (Ashville), Harmony, Bethel, and Rocky 
Ridge in Concord, Belhaven, Pantego, Winfall, Cedar Grove, Oak Grove, New Hope, 



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Woodland, Edenton, Person Street in Fayetteville, LaGrange, Four Oaks, Antioch, 
Corinth, Gatesville, Zion, Philadelphia, City Road in Elizabeth City, and Biscoe. 

Rachel also enjoyed the creative life - she adored poetry, and became a competent 
painter. Her pictures are proudly displayed in many homes of family members who 
treasure her work as well as her money. She was a warm hostess and an excellent cook 
who could make crowder peas seem like a King's meal. 

After Earl died in 1 968, Rachel returned to Windsor. She proved "you can go home 
again". She continued her work in the Eastern Star, immediately became active in her 
"new" community, and was a contributor to the life of the Windsor CMC. One of the church 
members was an old childhood sweetheart, Raymond L. Mizelle. In February of 1 970, 
Raymond's faithfulness culminated in his marriage to Rachel. Thus began a second life 
for Rachel, one which was filled again with devotion, love, and service. Together, they read 
and stayed current in politics and world events. They also bought a home in Windsor - 
the first that either of them had ever owned. Rachel's family became Raymond's. Ultimate- 
ly, that family grew to include six grandchildren and two great-grandchildren who were 
warmly embraced in the expanding family. According to grandson Tay, "Whenever I visited 
her, Grandmother made me feel like a prince." 

Rachel's devotion to God's work never wavered even as her physical strength did. 
Forced to rely on a walker by crippling arthritis but strengthened by her faith, she still 
taught Sunday School at a retirement home in Windsor. Following Raymond's death at 
age 86 in 1 988, Rachel's own health declined. She was lovingly and closely cared for by 
her children, Sarah Frances Fedota of Atlanta, and Robert Earl Edwards of Mt. Holly, NJ. 

Aunt Rachel chose to accentuate the positive in her life. One always received the clear 
impression that she focused on happy events, not sad ones. She was faithful to God and 
a tireless worker for all His children. That is the legacy she leaves us. 

Her niece, 
Rachel McCastlain Hill 



MARGARET ELIZABETH 

MULLEN THOMPSON 

1905- 1990 



Margaret M. Thompson was born in Durham on November 21, 1905, and died at 
Carolina Medical Center in Charlotte on April 19, 1990. Church service was held in the 
chapel of Providence GMC in Charlotte at 1 1 :00 a.m., April 21,1 990, and conducted by 
the Reverend Wanda Ogden. Graveside service was held at 3:30 p.m. at Maplewood 
Cemetery, Durham, and was conducted by Dr. Wallace H. Kirby, district superintendent 
of the Durham District. 

Survivors include one son, David A. Thompson of Charlotte; two sisters, Mrs. Rachel 
M. Reed of Durham, and Mrs. Belle M. Newton of Burlington; and five grandchildren. 

Margaret was graduated from NC College for Women in Greensboro, and also attended 
Duke University. For over 40 years, she was a teacher in the Durham City Elementary 




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Schools and was well-loved by all of her pupils. She was honored at a banquet upon her 
retirement in 1 970. In later years, she would meet one of her "pupils", and this was always 
a joyous occasion for her. 

She was the daughter of Rosser B. and Nettie McCall Mullen. Her maternal grandfather 
was the Reverend Francis Bragg McCall who was a member of the NC Conference for 48 
years. Her paternal grandfather, the Reverend Robert H. Mullen, was a member of the VA 
Conference. 

On August 1 9, 1 934, Margaret was married to the Reverend Arnold C. Thompson in 
Dunn by the Reverend J. A. Russell. She was a devoted wife and mother, and a wonder- 
ful helpmate to her husband. She served the following appointments: West Burlington, 
Andrew's Chapel, Moncure, Battleboro, Columbia, and West End. After the last appoint- 
ment, it became necessary to retire from the Conference due to illness. He died Decem- 
ber 2, 1947. 

Margaret was a faithful and loyal member of Calvary CMC in Durham, having joined 
April 4, 1 945. She served in the following capacities - chairperson of Council on Mini- 
stries, member of the Administrative Board, was a delegate to the NC Conference for 
several years, and a teacher in the Junior department for many years. When she was asked 
to teach the Annie Bowen Bible Class, she gladly accepted, taught it for many years, and 
was a wonderful teacher. During this time, she also helped Richard Butler set up the 
church library. She spent many hours cataloging books, etc., where many books were 
given in memory of lived ones. 

She made the decision to move to Charlotte to be near David, her son and his family, 
and left Durham on October 1 , 1 988. Calvary CMC indeed lost a wonderful member and 
a loving friend. We are sure that when she passed away, she was welcomed with a, "Well 
done, thou good and faithful servant". 

Rachel M. Reed 




MARY DECIE LUTHER CUTHRELL 



1913- 1990 



Mary Decie Luther Cuthrell was born on a snowy Valentine's Day, February 14, 1 913, 
in Wake County near Apex. After a long battle with cancer she died on May 17,1 990, in 
Roanoke Rapids. Her funeral was conducted by the Reverend Henry Lovelace at First 
GMC in Apex. She was laid to rest beside her husband, the Reverend Harold Glenn 
Cuthrell, at Oak Grove Cemetery in Maxton. 

She is survived by one son, Glenn; one daughter-in-law, Patsy; and by two grandsons, 
Jonathan and David. Her son and his family live in Roanoke Rapids. She is also survived 
by one sister, Mrs. Jessie McCotter, of Willow Springs. 

Mary Decie was educated in the Apex schools and was a 1 934 graduate of Meredith 
College. She taught public school music in Fairmont and Aurora. In 1939, she married 
the Reverend Harold Glenn Cuthrell, and together they served churches in Marshallberg 



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and Maxton. Following her husband's early retirement in 1 951 due to throat cancer, she 
renewed her teaching certificate. She taught in Maxton and Laurinburg, retiring in 1 978. 
After retirement, she returned to her childhood home in Apex. 

She was a talented musician and a dedicated teacher in both school and church. She 
was a Sunday School teacher for well over 40 years. In fact, she continued to teach Sun- 
day School even after her illness had considerably weakened her. 

Decie, as she was affectionately known by her grandsons, was no stranger to adver- 
sity or to duty. She was forced to support her family after her husband's illness. After his 
untimely death at age 50, she raised and educated her son. During her last year, she 
fought her relentless disease with unbelievable energy, determination, and grace. Her 
courageous struggle and calm acceptance of physical death will forever serve as sources 
of inspiration for her family. Because Christ lived with her for 77 years, she knew that 
courage in the face of physical death would be her greatest triumph. We look forward to 
seeing her in heaven. 

L. Glenn Cuthrell 




ETHELYNDE MANN BALLANCE 



1917- 1990 



Ethelynde Ballance was born October 28, 1917, in Nebraska, NC to Marcus A. and 
Eliza Lumpson Ballance. She began her education in 1 923 and graduated from high 
school in 1934. In 1938, she received an A.B. degree from East Carolina Teachers Col- 
lege, now ECG, in Greenville. During her pursuit in education, she worked in her father's 
general store in Nebraska. She taught school in Gum Neck, Tyrell County, from 1 939 to 
1 944, and in Columbia High School from 1 944 to 1 947. 

She attended Scarritt College Rural Center, Crossville, TN in 1947. She was affiliated 
with the Tyrell County Rural Project from 1 947 to 1 952. In 1 952, she entered Scarritt Col- 
lege, Nashville, TN, and was graduated with an MA. degree in June of 1 954. 

She was commissioned a deaconess in the GMC in 1 954 in Milwaukee, Wl. 

From 1 954 to 1 959, she was affiliated with the Roberdel Area Rural Center in Rich- 
mond County. 

She became director of Christian Education in the Raeford GMC at Raeford in 1 959, 
and served her church faithfully for 20 years, retiring in 1 979. 

Like Abraham, Ethelynde went out in faith, totally committed to her God and to her 
fellow man. Each day was a joy and a pleasure to this fine Christian lady, for each day was 
another creation of Almighty God. She looked forward to the moments she could share 
God's love with someone - anyone. Ethelynde was a devoted, loving, caring, ambassador 
of Jesus Christ. 

On May 25, 1 990, Ethelynde died in Moore Regional Hospital at Pinehurst. A memorial 
service was held in the Raeford GMC by the Reverend Joe Forbes and the Reverend Ar- 
thur W. Winstead on May 27, 1 990. Burial followed at Amity GMC cemetery in Hyde Coun- 



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ty near the village where she spent her childhood. She is survived by a sister, Miss Ber- 
nice Ballance of Lillington, who is also a deaconess in the CJMC. 

To her colleagues, Ethelynde was a dynamic minister of Jesus Christ. To those she 
tauqht, she was an effective teacher. To me, she was a friend. 

a Arthur A. Winstead 






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Conference Legislation, 
Reports, and Resolutions 

SECTION V 



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A. LEGISLATION 

CONFERENCE CLERGY LIVING COMMITTEE 

The MC Conference Clergy Living Committee was formed in 1 987 and assigned three 
tasks. They were to form an Arbitration Committee to settle differences between charges 
and pastors upon request of the district superintendent, to publish an annual newsletter, 
and to update the Parsonage Minimum Standards brochure. The Arbitration Committee 
was formed in 1 988 and is available upon request of the district superintendent. The first 
annual newsletter was published in the spring of 1 990 and was sent to every pastor serv- 
ing a church and to the Pastor Parish Relations chairperson in each church in the Con- 
ference. The Parsonage Minimum Standards brochure was updated in the fall of 1 988 
and approved at the 1 989 Annual Conference. This brochure has been printed and was 
sent out in the annual newsletter and is available from the Methodist Building. 

Below are the new Parsonage Minimum Standards as approved by the 1 989 Annual 
Conference: 

A Parsonage Guide 
INTRODUCTION 

It is the policy of the Morth Carolina Annual Conference that every pastoral charge shall 
provide housing (either by furnishing a parsonage or an adequate housing allowance set 
by the charge conference but recommended by the Pastor/Staff Parish Relations Com- 
mittee in consultation with the pastor) for the pastor and his/her family. 

It is recommended that in each pastoral charge having a parsonage committee, which 
shall be elected by the charge conference upon nomination by the Committee on 
Nominations and Personnel, that said committee shall be amenable to the Pastor/Staff 
Parish Relations Committee and work closely with trustees in providing adequate hous- 
ing for the pastor. (Reference is made to The Parsonage Committee in 112532. 3 of The 
Book of Discipline, 1988.) This Committee should meet twice yearly at the parsonage. 
In charges of more than one church, each church should be represented on the Com- 
mittee according to the percentage of ownership. Ex -officio members of the Committee 
should include the pastor, the pastor's spouse, chairperson of the trustees, and chairper- 
son of the Pastor/Staff Parish Relations Committee. 

The following suggestions are standards toward which to work. They are given so that 
the pastoral charge shall know what is expected of it, and that the parsonage family may 
know what to expect: 
THE HOUSE 

1 . Minimum of three bedrooms (four are preferable) with ample closet space in each 

2. A family room with book shelves, preferably separate and apart from the kitchen 

3. Kitchen with ample built-in cabinets and large enough for family eating space, or a 
breakfast nook 

4. Area large enough for washer, dryer 

5. Two full baths 

6. Living room, large enough for parsonage entertaining 

7. A dining room is desirable, but where there is no dining room, the dining area should 
adjoin the living room in a living-dining room combination. 

8. A home study in the parsonage is a desirable option in addition to the church office- 
study. It should have an outside entrance and be suitably equipped. 

9. Garage with electric doors or a carport 

1 0. Dry storage space 

1 1 . Adequate heating and air conditioning equipment and insulation, including storm 
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1 2. Adequate rotary TV antenna or cablevision hook-up, if available. The purpose of this 
recommendation is to save the roof of the house from excessive wear due to moving 
antennas. 

13. Uninterrupted utilities (electricity, water, gas, phone) in the name of the charge 

14. All charges should fill fuel tanks for incoming parsonage families, effective June 
1990. 

THE FURNISHINGS 

The pastoral charge should provide: 

1 . All heavy furnishings, including electric or gas range, refrigerator with freezer com- 
partment, water heater, washer, dryer, and a dishwasher. (A garbage disposal and a 
freezer are desirable options.) 

2. Bedroom, dining room, den and living room furniture 

3. Good mattresses, floor covering, shades, blinds, curtains or draperies in all rooms 

4. Some lamps and occasional tables 

5. Discarded furniture should not be used in furnishing the parsonage 

6. The minister's family should provide linens, blankets, pillows, baby beds, dishes, 
china, crystal, silverware, cooking utensils, radio, TV, and other personal items which 
they desire. 

7. The charge should provide for storage of unused parsonage furnishings and the pas- 
tor provide for storage of the pastor's furnishings. 

8. An up-to-date inventory of furnishings which includes dates of purchases and costs. 
This should be reviewed and updated at each Committee meeting. 

PARSONAGE GROUNDS 

Parsonage grounds should have foundation shrubbery, shade trees, adequate yard 
space for children, paved driveway and walks, and power mower. 
CARE OF PROPERTY 

A clean parsonage is much to be desired by all. It is urged that a parsonage family keep 
the home clean and attractive. 

Any abuse of the furnishings or house beyond normal wear should be the respon- 
sibility of the parsonage family. 

The following pet policy consistent with the standard policy for rental property is es- 
tablished. 

1 . The pet owner is responsible for any property damage caused by pet(s). 

2. The pet owner must conform to all state and local ordinances. 

3. The pet owner is responsible for liability for any injury caused by the pet(s). 

4. The pet owner is responsible for professional pest extermination of the parsonage 
when moving. 

Walls, woodwork, and exterior should be painted as needed. The expense of painting, 
sanding and refinishing floors, repairs, periodic pest extermination, cleaning of carpets 
and draperies, are expenses to be borne by the church. 

It is the responsibility of the parsonage family to leave the parsonage clean and in good 
condition when they move to another charge. As close to moving time as possible, each 
family should wash windows, screens and window sills, and leave curtains, draperies, car- 
pets, shades, and blinds clean. Special attention should be given to closets, cabinets, and 
drawers. Bathrooms, kitchens, storage rooms, and attics should be clean. Refrigerators 
and stoves as well as all other appliances should be clean and in working order. Check 
light fixtures, exhaust fans, hot and cold air ducts to assure cleanliness. The parsonage 
yard should be well groomed. 

The following information should be left by the pastor for his/her successor: All war- 
ranties, repair parts lists, instructions for use of equipment belonging to the parsonage, 
and an inventory including dates of purchase and cost of parsonage furnishings. The pas- 



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tor should indicate when and from whom equipment was purchased, and whom to call 
for service. The pastor should leave, also, a list of persons to call for various reasons, where 
to find various items, and when and by whom various improvements are made. 
THE PARSONAGE COMMITTEE 

The persons responsible for the parsonage should have a current inventory of par- 
sonage furnishings. A copy of the inventory should be given to the minister and the trus- 
tees of the parsonage property. This inventory should include date of purchase of each 
item listed, its cost, and dates of renovations and repairs. 

The persons responsible for the parsonage should meet with the pastor and his/her 
spouse twice annually. Furnishings should be evaluated at this time to decide the condi- 
tion of pieces, to discard unacceptable items, check for needed repairs, and replace items 
if needed. The charge shall maintain adequate insurance for the replacement of par- 
sonage and furnishings. The pastor is responsible for insurance on the family's personal 
possessions. 

The persons responsible for the parsonage should recommend to the Finance Com- 
mittee an amount to be set aside each year, or included in the budget, for repairs and 
maintenance. A special parsonage maintenance fund should be established. A minimum 
of 1% per year of the replacement value of the parsonage should be placed in this fund, 
and this should continue to accrue until the fund reaches a minimum of 5% of the re- 
placement value of the parsonage and then be maintained at that level. Each charge con- 
ference is urged to designate the chair of the Pastor/Staff Parish Relations Committee, 
chair of trustees, or chair of parsonage committee to make decisions for emergency re- 
placements and/or repairs. The chairperson of the Committee on Pastor/Staff Parish Rela- 
tions, the chairperson of the Board of Trustees, and the pastor shall make an annual 
review of the church-owned parsonage to assure proper maintenance. 
BUILDING OR RENOVATING A PARSONAGE 

In all matters pertaining to the location, renovation, and building of a parsonage, the 
Discipline should be consulted. The required legislation related to the above is found in 
H12535-2543 of The Book of Discipline, 1988. 

Parsonage sites should be selected that will hold their value and be a wise investment, 
preferably in a sub-division. Whenever a new parsonage is built, its many uses should be 
considered. 

Churches building new parsonages should be responsive to the handicapping proce- 
dures in the state building codes. Congregations receiving parsonage families with hand- 
icapping conditions should be responsive to their housing needs. 

(Guidelines may be secured by writing: Director of Ministerial Relations, NC Annual 
Conference, P O Box 10955, Raleigh, NC 27605.) 

Arbitration Policy - Clergy Living Committee 

The 1 987 NC Annual Conference Session created the Clergy Living Committee whose 
responsibilities include "to hear unreconciled problems regarding parsonage usage and 
to recommend solutions and alternatives" (1 987 Conference Journal, page 326). 

The following is a proposed policy for the Clergy Living Committee to carry out this 
Annual Conference mandate: 

1 . Provision for clergy housing is the responsibility of the local church. 

2. Issues regarding housing should be resolved between the clergy family and the local 
church. 

3. If housing matters cannot be resolved to the satisfaction of all involved parties, the 
respective District Superintendent should be invited for mediation by the Pastor/Staff 
Parish Relations Committee. 

4. The Arbitration Sub-committee of the Conference Clergy Living Committee may only 
be invited to arbitrate clergy housing issues at the initiative of the District Superin- 
tendent. Travel expenses will be borne by the Clergy Living Committee. 



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5. The sub-committee shall come to the local church or charge to hear the concerns 
of all interested parties, and offer recommendations and/or solutions that shall be 
mutually binding. 

6. Recommendations and solutions offered by the sub-committee shall be consistent 
with the parsonage standards of the North Carolina Conference. 

Randy Wall, Convenor 
Arbitration Sub-committee members: Randy Wall, Convenor; Robert Baldridge, Al 
Home, Leo Thompson, Thomas Supplee, Matthew E. Perry 

Committee Members: Jeanne Rouse, Chairperson ;Juanita Register, vice-chairper- 
son; Randy Wall, secretary; Ahan M. Home, Norma Morrison, Thomas B. Supplee, Mat- 
thew E.Perry, Eleanor Privette, Charles L. Pollock, Kermit L. Braswell, Leo C. Thompson, 
William W. Sherman, Jr., Evelyn Watson, Brenda Jones 

Jeanne Rouse, Chairperson 

CONFERENCE ENTERTAINMENT, COMMITTEE ON 

We recommend that since 1 991 is a year for electing delegates to General and Juris- 
dictional Conferences, the North Carolina Annual Conference should remain at Methodist 
College in 1 991 , but look into the possibility of using the new Riddle Center for the 1 991 
plenary sessions of the Annual Conference. 

Rationale: 

The costs of building a removable stage, renting padded folding chairs, sound system, 
and other pertinent equipment and supplies for meeting in Riddle Center need to be in- 
vestigated and evaluated. 

Margie G. Mann, Chairperson 

CONFERENCE COUNCIL ON MINISTRIES 

Program and Budget Timelines 

From The Book of Discipline, 1988: 

All Annual Conference agencies shall submit the elements of programs which are to 
be promoted in, supported by, or implemented by the local churches of the conference 
to the council for consideration, coordinating, and calendaring prior to presentation to 
the local churches. The council may request district or Annual Conference agencies to 
implement a program for the entire conference. 

The council staff shall be responsible, in cooperation with the district superinten- 
dents, for the implementation of the conference program. ( 11726.9b and c) 

(PROPOSED DATES) 

July 1 0, 1 990 - All dates to be included in the official Conference Calendar 

for 1991 are to be in the Conference Council on Ministries 
Director's office. 

Sept. -Oct., 1 990 - Boards and Agencies meet. 

November 9, 1 990 - Any supplementary Budget requests for 1 991 or 1 991 are 
to be in the Conference Council on Ministries Director's of- 
fice. 

November 9, 1 990 - 1 993 Budget Requests and 1 992 Program Recommenda- 
tions due in the Conference Council on Ministries Director's 
office. 

November 20, 1 990 - Joint Open Hearing with Council on Ministries Budget 
Committee and Representatives of Council on Finance and 
Administration. 



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November 20, 1 990 - Conference Council on Ministries Budget Committee 
meeting. 

November 27, 1990 - Conference Council on Ministries meeting (Budget re- 
quests for 1 993 and program recommendations for 1 992 
considered). 

February 26, 1 991 - Conference Council on Ministries. 

March 1 2, 1 991 - Deadline for all reports to be submitted for the 1991 Con- 

ference Program, Recommendations and Reports. 

1990 Supplemental Program Recommendations 

FROM THE BOARD OF CHURCH AND SOCIETY 

SI . That each local church shall consider acknowledging and responding to the needs 
of "survivors of domestic violence," with special program emphasis during Domestic 
Violence Awareness Week, October 7-13,1 990 through programs, prayers, and wor- 
ship. To be implemented by the Council on Ministries/Administrative Council. 

1991 Program Recommendations for Local Church Consideration 

SPECIAL DAYS TO BE OBSERVED BY EACH LOCAL CHURCH 

LI a. The following are to be observed with special offering as directed by the General Con- 
ference: 

January 20 Human Relations Day 

March 1 One Great Hour of Sharing 

April 14 Native American Awareness Sunday 

May 26 Peace with Justice Sunday 

October 6 World Communion Sunday 

December 1 United Methodist Student Day 

Llb.The following are to be observed without special offering. Most are directed by the 
General Conference. 

April 28 Heritage Sunday 

May 5 Golden Cross Sunday 

May 19 Rural Life Sunday 

October 20 Laity Sunday 

Lie. The following are to be observed as conference special days for interpretation and 
emphasis: 

January 20 Church Extension Sunday 

February 3 Camps Sunday 

February 17 Spirit for Tomorrow Sunday 

April 21 Methodist Foundation Sunday 

May 12 Methodist Retirement Homes Emphasis 

Sept. 29 Methodist Supported Colleges Day 

Oct. 27 Access Sunday 

Nov. 24 Methodist Home for Children Emphasis 

PRIORITY CONSIDERATION 

The Conference Council on Ministries has placed priority consideration on 10 per- 
cent of the recommedations presented by boards and agencies. This classification has 
been adopted to assist local churches in setting their own priorities in local church plan- 
ning. 
L2. That each local church shall consider participating in CROP Walks and/or Shalom 

Festivals. To be implemented by the Administrative Council/Council on Ministries. 

From the Commission on Christian Unity and Interreligious Concerns. 
L3. That each local church shall consider discontinuing the use of plastic and styrofoam 

products and substituting paper and/or china products as an alternative at all local 



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church functions. To be implemented by the Administrative Council/Council on Min- 
istries. From The Board of Church and Society. 

L4. That the local church shall consider emphasizing the needs for children, including 
the problem of hurrying children out of childhood. To be implemented by Family 
Life and Children's coordinators and United Methodist Women, with assistance from 
the Administrative Council/Council on Ministries, through a fellowship dinner or a 
Sunday School class or any other appropriate means. From the Board of Education. 

13. That each local church shall consider developing a program of respite care for families 
of developmentally disabled persons in its community to be resourced by the Board 
of Health and Welfare Ministries' Committee on Ministries with Persons with Hand- 
icapping Conditions. To be implemented by the Administrative Council/Council on 
Ministries. From the Board of Health and Welfare Ministries. 

L6. That each local church shall consider having a cross racial/interdenominational pul- 
pit exchange program one Sunday during April or May for the purpose of experienc- 
ing the rich cultural heritages found in the differing preaching styles of our churches, 
the other Methodist denominations (i.e. AME, AMEZ, CME) and other denominations 
and helping to break down racial barriers in worship. To be implemented by the local 
church Religion and Race Work Area, and the Administrative Council/Council on 
Ministries and in consultation with representatives of other Methodist denominations. 
From the Commission on Religion and Race. 

L7. That each local church shall consider initiating and/or participating in a forum on im- 
proving race relations in its community, to be held in the Spring. To be implemented 
by the local church Religion and Race Work Area, and the Administrative Coun- 
cil/Council on Ministries. Leadership is available from the Conference Commission 
on Religion and Race. From the Commission on Religion and Race. 

L8. That each local church shall consider having a Stewardship Week in January or 
February, using the theme: "Biblical, Spiritual and Theological Background of 
Stewardship." To be implemented by the Stewardship Work Area as a followup to 
the September 1 990 Conference Board of Stewardship workshop. From the Board 
of Stewardship. 

L9. That each local church shall consider establishing direct interaction with at least one 
missionary/missions project, including a covenant relationship with a missionary. To 
be implemented by the work area on missions/outreach. 

FOR CONSIDERATION 

The following items are submitted for consideration by local churches 

FROM THE COMMISSION OF ARCHIVES AND HISTORY 

LI O.That each local church shall consider locating, identifying and cataloguing all its his- 
torical materials. One copy will be sent to the district superintendent and one copy 
will remain with the local church. To be implemented by the local church historian, 
Committee on Records and History, with assistance from the district superintendent. 

LI 1 .That each local church which has a cemetery consider documenting gravesites 
(register by families), and send a copy of this record to the N.C. Department of Ar- 
chives and History, Raleigh, N.C. To be implemented by the local church historian 
and the Committee on Records and History. 

LI 2. That each local church shall consider providing funding for fireproof containers for 
its historical materials as cited in The Book of Discipline 1988, 247. 5a. To be im- 
plemented by the local church historian and the Committee on Records and History. 

LI 3. That each local church shall consider collecting oral church histories from its elder- 
ly members. To be implemented by the local church historian and the Committee 
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L14 ^ t aC r h IOCal c , hurc * Sha " consider keeping a journal and scrapbook of church 

ZSL ^ H S °T ^^T^ ^ l ° * P ' aCed in ^ *«pbook and the original 
fe to be stored. To be .mplemented by the local church historian and the Commit 

s^l °tZ? h , ^ , C ° nSider arran9,n9 ViSitS t0 ° ur conference historical 
^nes and landmarks. Gu.dance to be provided by the district representatives on 
^e Comm.ss.on on Archrves and History. To be implemented by the local church 
hjstonan through the Administrative Counci^Council on Ministries 
H^S T' S^^ Sha " COnSidGr j ° ining ^ Southeastern Jurisdiction Heritage 
r^Counl? imP ' emented by ^ IOCal Church historian ^d the Administrate 
LI 7.That each local church shall consider videotaping and/or photographing significant 
events, such as ground-breakings, mortgage burnings, rally days and deception o 
new masters with a copy to be included in local church archives. To be implemented 
I 1 « tL T t? > u t0ri ? U 3nd IOCal ChurCh Com ™ttee on Communications. 

^ Tn m ^ " COnSlder P artic, 'P ation j n the activities and programs of 

Church Women United, with special emphasis on the World Day of Prayer on March 
1 1991. To be .mplemented by the Administrative Council/Council on Ministries 
w.th .nterpretrve resources provided by the Commission on Christian Unity and In- 
terrel.gious Concerns. y 

LI 9.That each local church shall consider a joint event with neighboring Pan-Methodist 
churches, e.g. AME, AMEZ, and CME. To be implemented and funded by the Ad- 
ministrative Council/Council on Ministries. 
L20. That each local church shall consider participating in the Week of Prayer for Chris- 
ban Unity from January 18-25, 1991. To be implemented by the Administrative 
Council/Council on Ministries with interpretive resources provided by the Commis- 
sion on Christian Unity and Interreligious Concern. 

FROM THE BOARD OF CHURCH AND SOCIETY 

L21.That each local church shall consider studying "child care needs" in their churches 
and communities to determine if they have affordable quality child care to meet those 
needs. That each local church further consider responding to those needs To be 
implemented by the Administrative Council/Council on Ministries. 

L22.That each local church shall consider planning and implementing a beach or road- 
way litter clean-up project in April or September, or at another time in the Spring or 
Pall, involving youth, adults, senior citizens and/or families. To be implemented by 
the Administrative CouncifCouncil on Ministries. 

L23Th fon aCh IOCa ' ° hUrCh Sha " consider Participation in the Adopt-A-Highway program 
in 1 991 , involving youth, adults, senior citizens and/or families. To be implemented 
by the Administrative Council/Council on Ministries. 

L24.That each local church shall consider encouraging its members to participate in plan- 
ning for county and community recycling projects and in the actual recycling of 
aluminum, glass, papers, and/or plastics. To be implemented by the Administrative 
Council/Council on Ministries. 

L25.That each local church shall consider using resources provided by the Board of Dis- 
cipleship on "Human Sexuality" with special focus on AIDS and Teen Pregnancy 
Prevention to deepen the awareness of United Methodist members on these issues. 
To be implemented by the Administrative Council/Council on Ministries. 

L26.That each local church shall consider opening its facilities for use by Alcoholics 
Anonymous, Narcotics Anonymous and other support groups that are helpful to 






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drug and alcohol related problems. To be implemented by the Administrative Coun- 
cil/Council on Ministries. 

L27.That each local church shall consider investigating available programs for the preven- 
tion of and intervention in family violence and offer support for such programs as 
needed. To be implemented by the Administrative Council/Council on Ministries. 

L28.That each local church shall consider finding a qualified volunteer to assist families 
in coping with mental illness and in making appropriate referrals. To be implemented 
by the Administrative Council/Council on Ministries. 

L29.That the local church shall consider studies which inform and involve the congrega- 
tion in the on-going conflict in Central America. (Resources are available from the 
Board of Church and Society, Board of Global Ministries and other organizations.) 
To be implemented by the Administrative Council/Council on Ministries. 

U30.That each local church shall consider developing a cooperative, interfaith ministry 
where none exists within its community to met special needs of the poor, such as 
migrants, the unemployed, and the homeless for such services as food, clothing, 
temporary shelter, fuel, etc. To be implemented by the Administrative Council/Coun- 
cil on Ministries. 

L31 .That the local church shall consider observing a Yokefellow Sunday to lift up prison 
ministries, particularly Yokefellow Prison ministry, with resources provided by the 
Board of Church and Society and Yokefellow Prison Ministry of North Carolina. To 
be implemented by the Administrative Council/Council on Ministries. 

L32.That the local church shall consider initiating and/or supporting initiatives that ad- 
dress housing for the poor, for example, Habitat for Humanity. To be implemented 
by the Administrative Council/Council on Ministries. 

FROM THE BOARD OF EDUCATION 

L33.That the local church shall consider conducting "a child's point of view" self-assess- 
ment of the local church building facilities. To be implemented by the local church 
work area on education/nurture, children's coordinator and trustees. 

L34.That the local church shall consider holding short term parent training/parent sup- 
port programs with Methodist Children's Home Family Life Specialists, Social Ser- 
vices, etc. To be implemented by the children's coordinator and/or age-level 
coordinator. 

FROM THE ETHNIC LOCAL CHURCH CONCERNS COMMITTEE 
L35.That each local church shall consider inviting the staff representative related to EMLC 
ministries and/or members of the Ethnic Local Church Committee to interpret the 
Comprehensive plan and suggest program ideas for the local church. To be imple- 
mented by the local church Administrative Council/Council on Ministries. 

FROM THE DISASTER PREPAREDNESS COMMITTEE 

L36.Thateach pastoral charge shall consider developing a local plan for disaster response 

based on the conference Master Plan for Disaster Response. To be implemented by 

the Council on Ministries/Administrative Council. 

FROM THE BOARD OF EVANGELISM 

L37.That each local church shall consider introducing Caring Evangelism programs as 
developed by the General Board of Discipleship. To be implemented by the work 
area on evangelism. 

L38.That each local church shall consider utilizing the Invitational Curriculum for Sun- 
day School. To be implemented by the work area on education/nurture. 



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L39.That every local church shall consider utilizing the Faith Sharing Program in 1991 
(Program by Fox & Morris, Board of Discipleship). To be implemented by the work 
area on evangelism. 

L40.That each local church shall consider using a conference evangelist in their local 
programs. To be implemented by the work area on evangelism. 

L41.That each local church support and promote Camp Meeting 1992. To be imple- 
mented the work area on evangelism. 

FROM THE BOARD OF HEALTH AND WELFARE MINISTRIES 

L42.That each local church shall consider using some time on the first Sunday in May to 
promote the Golden Cross Fund, with applications and brochures provided by the 
Conference Board of Health and Welfare Ministries and implemented by the local 
church chairperson for Health and Welfare Ministries. 

L43.That each local church shall consider emphasizing the Methodist Retirement Homes 
on Mother's Day (and at other times) inviting speakers from the Methodist Retirement 
Homes. To be implemented by the Administrative Council/Council on Ministries. 

L44.That each local church shall consider emphasizing the Methodist Home for Children 
at Thanksgiving and at other times. Speakers may be invited from the Methodist 
Home for Children. To be implemented by the Administrative Council/Council on 
Ministries. 

FROM THE BOARD OF HIGHER EDUCATION AND CAMPUS MINISTRY 

L45.That each local church shall consider cooperating with campus minister/Office of 
Student Affairs in providing homes for college students unable to travel to their 
homes during holidays. To be implemented by Administrative Council/Council on 
Ministries. 

L46.That each local church shall consider inviting representatives from our conference 
colleges to make presentations about their programs including the various academic 
offerings. To be implemented by the Administrative Council/Council on Ministries. 

L47.That each local church shall consider providing scholarship assistance for students 
attending our conference colleges and report to 1991 Charge Conference those 
scholarships available by and through the local church. To be implemented by the 
Administrative CounciUCouncil on Ministries. 

L48.That the pastor or chairperson of Higher Education and Campus Ministry/Coor- 
dinator of Outreach shall consider sending lists of college students with home ad- 
dresses and with schools of intended attendance to Conference Council on Ministries 
in July. To be implemented by the Administrative Council/Council on Ministries. 

L49.That each local church shall consider recognizing a Wesley Foundation/Campus 
Ministry Sunday (without offering) on the Sunday high school/college graduates are 
recognized. To be implemented by the Administrative Council/Council on Ministries. 

FROM THE BOARD OF LAITY 

L50.That each local church shall consider selecting a lay person of the year to be recog- 
nized on Laity Sunday with the selection to be forwarded to the District Ccommittee 
of the Laity. To be implemented by the Administrative Council/Council on Ministries. 

L51 .That each local church shall consider utilizing certified lay speakers in various mini- 
stries of the church. To be implemented by the Council on Ministries/Administrative 
Council. 

L52.That each local church shall consider asking the United Methodist Men's Fellowship 
to sponsor a scouting program. 



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FROM THE BOARD OF MISSIONS 

L53. That each local church shall consider becoming a "Rainbow Covenant Congregaton" 
by contributing to each lane of the Advance. To be implemented by the work area 
on missions/outreach. 

L54.That each local church shall consider participating in the three recommended mis- 
sion studies for adults and one of the recommended studies for children during 1 991 . 
To be implemented by the work area on missions/outreach. 

L55.That each local church shall consider continued support for workteams from local 
churches, district and the annual conference. To be implemented by the work area 
on mission/outreach. 

FROM THE METHODIST BOARD OF PUBLICATIONS, INC. 

L56.That each local church shall consider holding a subscription campaign for the North 
Carolina Christian Advocate in February 1991 and that February 17, 1991 be Ad- 
vocate Emphasis Sunday. To be implemented by the Administrative Council/Coun- 
cil on Ministries. 

L57.That each local church shall consider accepting as its minimum goal of Advocate 
subscriptions 1 per cent of its membership; for example, a church with 500 mem- 
bers would have a minimum 50 subscriptions to the Advocate. To be implemented 
by the Administrative Council/Council on Ministries. 

L58.That each local church shall consider reporting to the 1 990 fall Charge Conference 
its willingness to participate in the February 1 991 subscription campaign, reporting 
progress to date on reaching the minimum subscriptions of 1 per cent of its mem- 
bership. To be implemented by the Administrative Council/Council on Ministries. 

L59.That each local church shall consider nominating to the 1 990 and 1 991 fall Charge 
Conference the name of a person to be the Advocate representative. To be imple- 
mented by the Local Church Committee on Nominations and Personnel. 

FROM THE COMMISSION ON RELIGION AND RACE 

L60.That each local church shall consider having a cross racial choir and/or choral groups 
exchange program one Sunday during Lent 1 991 (February 28-April 1 4) for the pur- 
pose of experiencing the rich cultural heritages found in the music programs of our 
churches and help break down racial barriers in worship. To be implemented by the 
local church Religion and Race Work Area, and the Administrative Council/Council 
on Ministries and local church music directors. 

L61 .That each local church shall consider initiating and/or participating in a cross racial 
mission study program during January-March which would show our common 
heritage in missions and help to break down existing racial barriers. To be imple- 
mented by the local church Missions Work Area, and the Administrative Coun- 
cil/Council on Ministries, with initiative taken by the chairperson of Religion and Race. 

FROM THE BOARD OF STEWARDSHIP 

L62.That each local church shall consider organizing a Permanent Endowment Fund 
Committee in keeping with 2533 of The 1966 Book of Discipline to be implemented 
by the Administrative Council/Council on Ministries, elected and empowered by the 
Charge Conference with interpretive resources from the Conference Board of 
Stewardship and The United Methodist Foundation. 

L63.That each local church shall consider celebrating Sunday, April 21, as United 
Methodist Foundation Sunday. To be implemented by the Permanent Endowment 
Committee and/or the Stewardship Work Area using resources available from The 
United Methodist Foundation. 



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L64.That each local church shall consider having a Planned Giving program/event in 
1 991 . (See H2533 of The 1988 Book of Discipline). To be implemented by the 
Stewardship Work Area. 

L65.That the local church Administrative Council/Council on Ministries shall consider 
designating the third Sunday in March as "Gifts Discovery Day." To be implemented 
by the Administrative Council/Council on Ministries using materials from the Con- 
ference Board of Stewardship and district chairpersons of stewardship. 

L66.That each local church Administrative Council/Council on Ministries shall consider 
holding a workshop for laity on environmental issues and our responsibility as 
Stewards of God's earth. To be implemented by the Administrative Council/Council 
on Ministries. 

L67.That each local church shall consider conducting a campaign giving each member 
an opportunity to make a financial commitment to the church budget. To be imple- 
mented by the local church committee on finance and the work area on stewardship 
and the Administrative Council/Council on Ministries, 

FROM THE COMMISSION ON THE STATUS AND ROLE OF WOMEN 
L68.That each local church shall consider observing "Clergywomen in the Pulpit Sunday" 
by having a clergywoman or female divinity school student in the pulpit for the Sun- 
day morning worship service during 1 991 . To be implemented, in consultation with 
the pastor, by the Administrative Council/Council on Ministries. 

1991 Program Recommendations for District Consideration 

PRIORITY CONSIDERATION 

The Conference Council on Ministries has placed priority consideration on W per- 
cent on the district recommendations presented by board and agencies. This classifica- 
tion has been adopted to assist districts in setting their own priorities in district planning. 
Dl . That each District Council on Ministries shall consider forming a lay/clergy work team 
within the district for constructing and/or rehabilitating housing for the poor in con- 
junction with Habitat for Humanity. To be implemented by the District Council on 
Ministries. From the Board of Church and Society. 
D2. That each district shall consider holding a district or sub-district workshop in April, 
1 991 to address the current issues children are facing that offer the local church an 
opportunity to be in ministry. To be implemented and funded by the DCOM. From 
the Board of Education. 
D3. That each District Council on Ministries shall consider conducting a training event 
(10 contact hours) to develop skills for Local Church Lay Shepherds, to be done in 
May of 1 991 and implemented by the District Council on Ministries. From the Board 
of Laity. 
D4. That each district shall consider recognizing all "Rainbow Covenant Churches' within 
the district at a district-wide event. To be implemented by the District Council on 
Ministries. 
D5. That each District Council on Ministries shall consider holding or participating in a 
Martin Luther King, Jr. Celebration on January 20, 1 991 . To be funded and imple- 
mented in partnership with the Commission on Religion and Race and the District 
Council on Ministries. From the Commission on Religion and Race. 

FOR CONSIDERATION 

The following items are submitted for consideration by districts. 

FROM THE COMMISSION ON ARCHIVES AND HISTORY 

D6. That each District Council on Ministries in cooperation with the District Superinten- 
dent shall consider facilitating the placement of records of abandoned or discon- 



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tinued churches with the Conference Commission on Archives and History. To be 
implemented by the District COM and District Superintendent. 

D7. That each District Council on Ministries shall consider providing fireproof files 
cabinets, etc., for district historical records, artifacts, etc. To be funded and imple- 
mented by the District Council on Ministries and the District Trustees at the initiative 
of the district representative of the Commission on Archives and History. 

D8. That each District Council on Ministries in cooperation with the District Superinten- 
dent shall consider keeping all district records of historical value including records 
more than five years old of the local church's pastor's report, charge conference ac- 
tions, minutes, roll and records, trustee's report and called charge conference ac- 
tions; and that these records be kept in the district office or some other designated 
place, such as the Jenkins Memorial educational building, until a Conference 
repository is established. To be implemented by the District Council on Ministries 
and the District Superintendent. 

FROM THE BOARD OF CHURCH AND SOCIEJY 

D9. That each District Council on Ministries shall consider discontinuing the use of plas- 
tic and styrofoam products and substituting paper and/or china products at all Dis- 
trict-sponsored functions. To be implemented by the District Council on Ministries 
at the initiative of the District Superintendent. 

DIO.That each District Council on Ministries shall consider providing a team using local 
agencies and resource persons to acquaint the aging with opportunities available for 
preparing for and enjoying meaningful living. To be implemented by the District 
Council on Ministries at the initiative of the district chairperson of Church and Society. 

Dl 1 .That each District Council on Ministries shall consider appointing a member either 
from its membership or from elsewhere to serve as liaison for Habitat for Humanity. 
To be implemented by the District Council on Ministries. 

FROM THE DISASTER PREPAREDNESS COMMITTEE 

Dl 2. That each district shall consider developing a district plan for disaster response based 

on the conference Master Plan for Disaster Response. To be implemented by the 

District Council on Ministries. 

FROM THE BOARD OF EDUCATION 

D13.That each district shall consider conducting awareness events/rallies on older adult 
ministries: opportunities and needs. To be held in the Fall, 1991 and implemented 
by the Board of Education and the District Council on Ministries. Leadership teams 
and honoraria to be provided by the Board of Education, with location, facilities and 
promotional costs to be borne by the District Council on Ministries. 

D14.That each district shall consider having a "Children in Worship" seminar to train 
church leaders to utilize "God's Children in Worship" or a similar resource within local 
churches. To be implemented by district education chairperson and children's coor- 
dinator. 

FROM THE ETHNIC LOCAL CHURCH CONCERNS COMMITTEE 
Dl 5.That each District Council on Ministries shall shall consider placing a representative 
for Ethnic Minority Local Church (EMLC) concerns on it's council. Further, that this 
individual become a representative on the conference Ethnic Local Church Con- 
cerns Committee. To be implemented by the District Council on Ministries. 
D16.That each district shall shall consider identifying leaders and providing leadership 
training for racially ethnic persons at a district event prior to March 1 991 . To be im- 
plemented by the District Council on Ministries. 



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BOARD OF EVANGELISM 

Dl 7. That each District Council on Ministries shall consider purchasing at least one copy 
of the video tape, "Faith Sharing" by Fox and Morris, and promote its use in the dis- 
trict. To be implemented by the District Council on Ministries. 

D18.That each District Council on Ministries shall consider holding workshops on cler- 
gy/lay visitation and discipling groups in response to the Conference Vitalization 
Program. To be implemented by the District Council on Ministries. 

Dl 9.That each district shall consider a district pastors retreat focusing on personal evan- 
gelism (sharing your faith). To be implemented by the District Council on Ministries. 

FROM THE BOARD OF HEALTH AMD WELFARE MINISTRIES 

D20.That each district Council on Ministries shall consider encouraging cluster churches 
to include developmentally disabled persons in Sunday School classes or to estab- 
lish classes for those persons. To be implement by the District Council on Ministries. 

FROM THE BOARD OF LAITY 

D21 .That each District Committee on the Laity shall consider selecting a Lay Person of 
the Year and recognizing the person at the district Lay Rally and cosider giving life 
time service awards, with the appropriate revisions of the criteria. To be implemented 
by the District Committee on the Laity. 

D22.That each District Committee shall consider conducting a Lay Rally, preferably in 
February, with emphasis on spiritual growth and renewal. To be implemented by 
the District Committee on the Laity. 

D23.That each District Committee on the Laity shall consider having basic and advanced 
lay speaker training courses and other lay events, such as spiritual life retreats. These 
events should be inclusive of all ages. To be implemented by the District Commit- 
tee on the Laity. 

D24.That each District Committee on the Laity shall consider compiling and circulating 
annually the list of certified Lay Speakers. To be implemented by the District Com- 
mittee on the Laity. 

FROM THE BOARD OF MISSIONS 

D25.That each District Council on Ministries shall consider holding a Mission Saturation 
Event in this quadrennium. To be implemented by the District Council on Ministries. 

D26.That each District COM shall consider conducting a Missions Study Tour, visiting 
sites in the Southeastern Jurisdiction which are supported through National Division 
and/or Advance giving. To be implemented by the District Council on Ministries. 

FROM THE COMMISSION ON OUTDOOR AND CAMPING MINISTRIES 
D27.That each District Council on Ministries shall consider offering a health exam clinic 
in May (or other spring date) for those who have registered for a summer camp event 
at Camp Chestnut Ridge, Camp Rockfish, or Camp Don-Lee. To be funded by user 
fees and to be implemented by the District Council on Ministries at the initiative of 
the district coordinator of camping. 

FROM THE COMMISSION ON RELIGION AND RACE 

D28.That each District Council on Ministries shall consider holding a district work project 
in celebration of the Martin Luther King, Jr. holiday. To be implemented by the Dis- 
trict Council on Ministries and the district chairperson of Religion and Race and to 
be funded in part by participants and by the District Council on Ministries. 

D29.That each District Council on Ministries shall consider holding a consultation on 
open-itineracy in the fall of 1 991 . To be implemented by the District Superintendent 
and DCOM, considering models provided by CCORR and COSROW. 



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D30.That each District Council on Ministries shall consider having multiracial summer 
youth work teams for the purpose of improving race relations in their community, to 
be held in the summer of 1 991 . To be implemented by the District Council on Min- 
istries with assistance and/or leadership, if needed, from the Commission on Religion 
and Race and the Office of Ethnic Minority Local Church Ministries, and North 
Carolina United Methodist Volunteers in Mission, to provide youth for the work teams. 

FROM THE BOARD OF STEWARDSHIP 

D31 .That each District Council on Ministries shall consider having a workshop for laity 
(adults and youth) and clergy to study lifestyle issues, environmental concerns and 
management and our responsibility as Stewards of God's earth. To be implemented 
by the District Council on Ministries with assistance from the Conference Board of 
Stewardship. 

D32.That the District Council on Ministries shall consider having a Stewardship interpreta- 
tion rally/fair in the early fall. To be implemented by the District Council on Ministries. 

D33.That the District Council on Ministries shall consider holding an intensive training 
event on the Twelve Month Plan for Local Church Stewardship." To be implemented 
by the District Council on Ministries, resourced by the Board of Stewardship. 

1991 Program Recommendations for Annual Conference 

FROM THE COMMISSION ON ARCHIVES AND HISTORY 

Al . That during 1 991 -1 992 consideration be given to microfilming historical records and 
documents. To be implemented by the Conference Commission on Archives and 
History. 

A2. That each Conference board and agency be required to deposit significant histori- 
cal documents and records as defined by Archieves and History in the Conference 
Archives Room. To be implemented by each board and agency with assistance from 
Archives and History. 

A3. That the District Superintendents be asked to secure from each pastor a list of all 
former pastors on their charge, the years they served, and this information be entered 
into the computer program of the Commission on Archives and History. To be im- 
plemented by the Commission on Archives and History and the District Superinten- 
dents. 

FROM THE COMMISSION ON CHRISTIAN UNITY & INTERREUGIOUS CONCERNS 
A4. That there be ongoing dialogue opportunities among United Methodists, other 
Protestant traditions, Roman Catholics, Eastern Orthodox, Jews, and other world 
faiths. To be implemented and funded by the Commission on Christian Unity and 
Interreligious Concerns. 

FROM THE BOARD OF CHURCH AND SOCIETY 

A5. That an Adult United Nations Study Tour to promote international understanding 
be held in 1 991 . To be implemented by the Board of Church and Society. 

FROM THE DISASTER PREPAREDNESS COMMITEE 

A6. That the N.C. Annual Conference conduct a disaster preparedness workshop. To 
be implemented by the Conference Disaster Preparedness Committee. 

FROM THE BOARD OF EDUCATION 

A7. That the Annual Conference conduct a one-day workshop to train pastors and dis- 
trict Family Life Coordinators who will then be available to local churches to address 
The Life Cycle Issues" of adults (especially mid-life issues of jobs, changing family 
patterns, etc.). To be implemented by the Board of Education Committee on Adult 
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A8. That the Annual Conference seek to develop models and resources by which it can 
assist local churches to establish various support groups (separatiorVdivorce, death 
of spouse, aging parents, facing retirement) that deal with specific human hurts, and 
to send information about these models and materials to the local church leaders. 
It is suggested that each local church appoint a "volunteer lay management person" 
and a "volunteer lay resource person" for these support groups to be trained by a 
team provided by the Board of Education in coordination with the Board of Laity's 
Lay Shepherding program. 
A9. That the conference hold a Spiritual Life Retreat for young adults in Spring 1 991 , at 
the coast, to be funded by the Board of Education and participant fees, and imple- 
mented by the Board of Education Committee on Young Adult Ministry. 
Al O.That the conference support a young adult work team in May, 1 991 , jointly with the 
Board of Missions and funded by the Board of Education and participant fees, to be 
implemented by the Board of Education Committee on Young Adult Ministry. 
Al 1 .That the conference hold a substance abuse workshop for pastors and laity to be 
funded and implemented by the Board of Education Committee on Young Adult 
Ministry. 
A12.That the conference Board of Education's Committee on Singles Ministry work with 
the Cabinet and District Council on Ministries to identify existing singles groups and 
leaders within the NC Annual Conference in 1 991 . That the Committee on Singles 
Ministry secure and send one person from each district to attend a training event at 
either Lake Junaluska or a church growth event at Frazier Memorial GMC in 
Montgomery, AL, to be funded by Board of Education at $250 per person. 
Al 3. That a coaching conference be held to develop leader teams and plans for an Aware- 
ness Event in each district to help local church leaders learn of opportunities and 
needs for Older Adult Ministry. To be held in the Spring, 1991 ; funded and imple- 
mented by the Board of Education Committee on Older Adult Ministry. 
A14.That the Annual Conference recruit district education and age-level coordinators, 
one per district, to be sent for training to Lake Junaluska Leader Development Center 
in July, 1 991 . To be implemented and funded by the Board of Education. 
A15.That a conference-wide lab school be held in Goldsboro in the Spring of 1991 to 
train Sunday School teachers. To be funded by the Board of Education and par- 
ticipant fees and implemented by the Committee on Sunday School and Teacher 
Training. 
Al 6.That the Conference Board of Education and Youth Council Members implement 
the following youth programs in 1 991 : 

EVENT DATES 

Laser Feb. 10-12 

UN Study Tour April 6-12 

Junior High Weekend April 5-7 

Youth Rally Day April 20 

Appalachian Trail Hike June 1 5-22 

Youth Music Workshop June 1 6-23 

Junior High Workshop June 24-29 

Senior High Workshop Jury 8-13 

ACS -Jury 22-27 

Mission Work teams August 

Leadership Training Sept. 13-15 

Human Sexuality Weekend Oct. 18-20 

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Al 7.That the conference hold a one day cultural/ethnic experience event for youth. To 
be implemented by the Youth Committee of the Board of Education. 

Al 8.That the conference support a contemporary Christian music concert. To be funded 
by participant fees and implemented by the Youth Committee of the Board of Educa- 
tion. 

Al 9.That the conference conduct a Bishop's Confirmation Class in Raleigh on March 1 6, 

1 991 . To be implemented by a design team to include the Bishop and selected mem- 
bers of the Board of Education. 

A20.That a conference-wide emphasis on children be promoted by designating 1 991 as 
"Year of the Child." Task force to be appointed by the executive committee of the 
Conference Council on Ministries will provide guidance and implementation for this 
emphasis. To be funded by monies available to a task force thru the CCOM. 

A21.That a conference-wide symposium on the effects of contemporary issues and 
problems affecting children be held on a Saturday in October 1 991 , for persons con- 
cerned about children. Possibly to be held at NC Wesleyan College. To be imple- 
mented and funded by the Conference Board of Education and participants fees. 

FROM THE ETHNIC LOCAL CHURCH CONCERNS COMMITTEE 
A22.That a conference-wide multi-racial/cultural festival be held in the Spring of 1 991 to 
celebrate and appreciate our various cultural heritages, provided it do not duplicate 
the Martin Luther King celebration in January. To be implemented by the Ethnic 
Local Church Concerns Committee. 
A23.That each program board and agency within the Conference shall seriously consider 
prioritizing at least 20% of program and budget toward Ethnic Local Church Con- 
cerns. To be implemented by the various boards, agencies and task forces of the 
annual conference. 

FROM THE BOARD OF EVANGELISM 

A24.That there be design and program preparation for a Camp Meeting on May 22-24, 

1992. To be implemented by the Board of Evangelism. 

FROM THE BOARD OF LAITY 

A25.That a conference Layperson of the Year be selected and honored during the 1 991 
North Carolina Annual Conference. To be implemented by the Board of Laity. 

A26.That a conference United Methodist Men's retreat be held at an appropriate time. To 
be implemented by the Board of Laity and the United Methodist Men. 

A27.That a Boy Scout Camporee be held in the fall at a Camp and that a camporee for 
Girl Scouts and 4H's be held in the spring at a Camp. To be funded by the Scout- 
ing Committee of the United Methodist Men and with participants' fees. To be im- 
plemented by the United Methodist Men's Scouting Committee. 

A28.That January Workshops for local church officer-training be held in each of the 1 2 
districts January 6 and 20, 1991, 3:00 - 5:30 p.m, provided that evaluation indicate 
a fesibility. To be implemented by the Board of Laity. 

A29.That a conference program to train local church lay shepherds will be held in the 
Spring of 1 991 in each district. Consultants will be prepared to go to local chruches 
to assist with planning and developing this program. To be implemented by the 
Board of Laity Committee on Lay Shepherding. 

A30.That a "Bishop's Dinner For Scouting" be held with Boy and Girl Scouts and leaders 
from across the Conference, funded by the United Methodist Men and the Board of 
Laity and participants fees. To be implemented by the United Methodist Men Scout- 
ing Committee and the District United Methodist Men. 



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FROM THE COMMISSION ON OUTDOOR AND CAMPING MINISTRIES 
A31 .Camp Don-Lee Program Dates: 

Work Camp March 29-31 

Family Camp Jury 1 4-20 

Adult Hobie Sailing May 1 9-25, July 1 4-20 

Adult Sailing School May 31 June 2 

Leadership-In-Training June 1 6-July 1 3 

Advanced Sailing Camp July 28-Aug. 1 7 

Two-Week Youth Sailing Camp June 16-29, June 30-July 13 

July 21 -Aug. 3, Aug. 4-1 7 

Two-Week Elementary Camp June 23 July 6, July 28-Aug. 1 

One-Week Older Elementary/Youth Camps June 1 6-22 

June 23-29, June 30 July 6, July 7-1 3, July 21-27 

July 28-Aug.3, Aug. 4-1 0, Aug. 11-17 

Three-Day Younger Elementary June 16-19, August 11-14 

August 1 4-1 7 

Music Camp August 1 8-21 

Rainbow June 1 6-22 

Fall Youth Weekend Sept. 7-9 

Grand Opening Event June 1 3-1 6 

Reunion Day July 1 4 

A32.Camp Rockfish Program Dates: 

Rockfish Open House April 28 

Staff Training May 31 June 1 

Youth White Water Canoe Camp June 1 5-22 

Older Elementary - one week June 1 6-22, June 23-29 

June 30 July 6, July 28-Aug. 3, Aug. 4-1 0, Aug. 11-17 

Youth Camp - one week June 23-29, July 28-Aug.3 

Younger Elementary June 1 6-1 9, June 1 9-22 

July 21-24, July 24-27 

Treehouse Camp - Elementary - one week June 1 6-22 

July 21-27, Aug. 4-1 

Treehouse Camp - Youth - one week June 23-29 

2-Week Elementary Camp June30July 13, Aug. 4-17 

2-Week Youth Camp June 23 July 6 

Caravan Camp - two weeks July 1 4-27 

2-Week Youth - Reach Out at Rockfish (ROAR) July 24-Aug. 3 

Scout Retreat Weekend September 6-8 

Wonder in the Wilderness Aug. 3-1 5 

Family Fun Day July 1 3 

Elderhostel Oct. 20-25 

A33.Camp Chestnut Ridge Program Dates: 

Staff Training May 23-31 

Murdoch Center Camp June 3-1 5 

Younger Elementary Camp June 23-26, July 26-29 

July 28-31, July 31 -Aug. 3 

Older Elementary Camp . . June 1 6-22, June 23-29, June 30 July 6 

July 1 4-20, July 21-27, July 28-Aug.3, Aug. 4-10 

Youth Camp June 1 6-22, July 1 4-20, Aug. 4-1 

Horsemanship Specialty Camp June 16-22, June 30 July 6 

Two-Week Older Elementary Camp July 14-27 



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Two-Week Youth Camp July 21-Aug. 3 

Mentally Handicapped Children's Camp July 1 -6 

Mentally Handicapped Adult Camp August 12-17 

Staff-in-Training June 1 6-29 

(2 weeks TBA) 

BOARD OF WORSHIP 

A34.That a vital worship workshop be held drawing upon the third key of the Twelve Keys 

to an Effective Church. To be funded by the Board of Worship and participant fees. 

To be implemented by the Board of Worship. 1991 Program Recommendations 

Referred to Other Agencies 

1991 Program Recommendations Referred to Other Agencies 

REFER TO THE COMMISSION ON ARCHIVES AND HISTORY 

Rl . That during 1 990-1 992 all conference boards, agencies and related institutions have 
their historical materials and artifacts located, identified and catalogued, and that a 
directory of them be printed. To be implemented by the Commission on Archives 
and History and the conference historian. (From the Conference Council on Mini- 
stries) 

REFER TO CONFERENCE COUNCIL ON MINISTRIES 

R2. That each local church shall consider forming a partner-church relationship with a 
congregation in another country, and especially consider congregations in Eastern 
Europe, South Africa, Central America and South America (example: Peru), to 
promote peace and understanding. To be implemented by the Administrative Coun- 
cil/Council on Ministries. (From the Conference Council Staff). 

REFER TO THE CONFERENCE SUMMER SCHOOL BOARD OF DIRECTORS 
R3. That the Conference Summer School Board Of Directors be requested to offer a 
course in 1 991 in the Christian Education Section on improving the Sunday School 
by class revitalization programs. (From the Board of Education). 

REFER TO THE BOARD OF EVANGELISM FOR STUDY AND CLARIFICATION 
R4. That an endowment fund be established through the Methodist Foundation to as- 
sist in the support of Conference Evangelists. (From the Conference Council Staff). 

REFER TO BOARD OF HEALTH AND WELFARE MINISTRIES 

R5. That each local church shall consider a celebration for persons with Handicapping 
Conditions and recognize their presence in both the congregation and the com- 
munity. To be implemented by the Administrative Council/Council on Ministries. 

R6. That each local church shall consider using local resources to provide health screen- 
ing for their communities. To be implemented by the Administrative CounciUCoun- 
cil on Ministries. 

REFER TO THE BOARD OF LAITY 

R7. That the Conference Board of Education refer a training event for pastors in pre- 
marital counseling to the Board of Laity Committee on January Workshops for in- 
clusion as a Pastor's class at January Workshops in 1991. (From the Board of 
Education). 

REFER TO THE BOARD ON ORDAINED MINISTRIES, COMMITTEE ON 

CONTINUING EDUCATION 

R8. That each District COM shall consider sponsoring one of the geographic or social 
concerns mission studies for the pastors of the district, which may be taken as con- 
tinuing education credit. To be implemented by the District Council on Ministries. 



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REFER TO THE BOARD OF STEWARDSHIP FOR CLARIFICATION 

R9. That a conference stewardship event be held to assist local churches with funding 

needs. To be implemented by the Conference Board of Stewardship. (From the 

Conference Council Staff). 

1991 Policy Recommendations 

THE BOARD OF HEALTH AND WELFARE MINISTRIES 

PI . That each District Council on Ministries shall consider having an interpreter for hear- 
ing impaired at district events. 

FROM THE BOARD OF HIGHER EDUCATION AND CAMPUS MINISTRY 
P2. That each local church shall consider sending the names and addresses of its high 
school sophomores, juniors and seniors to Louisburg College, North Carolina Wes- 
leyan College, Methodist College, Bennett College and Duke University. To be im- 
plemented by the Administrative Council/Council on Ministries. 
P3. That each local church shall consider naming its outstanding high school seniors 
and sending information on them to the district chairperson of Higher Education and 
Campus Ministry. To be implemented by the Administrative Council/Council on Min- 
istries. 

THE BOARD OF MISSIONS 

PA. Advance Special: That each local church shall consider giving to at least one project 
in each lane of the Advance: World, Missionary Salary Support, National, GMCOR, 
and Conference, thereby becoming a Rainbow Covenant Church. 
A. Lane One: World Missions 

1) Special Emphasis: Leadership Development for Clergy and Laity. 
Guatemala (009680-4 R-A). Church leaders have been persecuted and 
many have been killed. Training is needed for members as they struggle to 
survive. This project selected to coordinate with the 1 991 Missions Study on 
Central America. 

2) Ganta Mission. Liberia, Africa. Elementary School (not yet available). 
Funds are needed to operate and renovate this Gnited Methodist School. 
Herbert and Mary Zigbuo, missionaries from our Conference, work with the 
elementary school. 

3) Developing Theological Community for Evangelism. Peru. (010638-0 R- 
A). A program operated by the seminary in Lima, Peru, to equip the laity for 
carrying out pastoral duties, especially evangelism, outreach and congrega- 
tional development. 

4) Andean Rural Health Care Program, LK. Bolivia. (010158-2 R-A) To 
provide vaccinations, nutritional monitoring of children, prenatal care, and 
other preventive health care services. 

5) Africa Church Growth and Development: General (008233-0 H-T), Leader- 
ship development (008237-4 B-T), Evangelism (008235-2 A-T), Construc- 
tion (008231-7 A-N). The Gnited Methodist Church is experiencing 
phenomenal growth in Africa. For example, during the first five years of the 
program Gnited Methodists in Zaire doubled in number from 210,000 to 
420,000. Membership is growing faster than the funds available to build new 
churches. There are more seminary candidates than there are scholarships. 
Give through any of the four designations to be a part of this new frontier 
in mission! 

6) Persons in Mission (007685-2 H-T) Some of our colleague churches in other 
countries are calling local missionaries to serve in their own countries. In ad- 
dition, international exchanges of missionaries are serving to spread the 



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Word in new ways, in new places, with new vigor. Churches in the U.S.A. 
now have an opportunity to participate in these dynamic new ministries 
through the Advance. 

7) Partner Churches in Crisis (010068-0) A program which helps colleague 
churches to meet immediate human needs such as emergency salary sup- 
port or food supplements for church workers; provide institutional neces- 
sities such as equipment for hospitals, supplies for publishing houses, 
support for child-care facilities; and prevent the collapse of churches them- 
selves. 

8) Any other World Advance Special as listed in Partnership in Missions. 

B. Lane Two: National Missions 

1 ) Special Emphasis: Jayuya Dispensary, Mameyes. Puerto Rico (352431-8) A 
United Methodist Dispensary that provides medical care, medicines, and 
health education in poor communities. A way to respond to human need 
as the rebuilding from the destruction wrought by Hurricane Hugo con- 
tinues. 

2) Parish Partners-CISA: Alaska Missionary Conference (931 027-4), Oklahoma 
Indian Missionary Conference (583634-4), Puerto Rico Conference 
(352696-6), Rio Grande Conference (531733-1). The ministries and local 
churches of these conferences serve persons whose income is below the 
poverty line and who are struggling for survival, identity, and dignity as 
children of God. 

3) Robeson County Church and Community Center Program Support, Lum- 
berton, N.C. (791742-0) An ecumenical ministry in a tri-racial community 
which is designed to help local churches meet emergency needs. 

4) Hinton Rural Life Center, Hayesville, N.C. (731 372-2-Program and 731 374- 
4~Expansion/Renovation of Facilities) Ministries focus on training needs 
and development of churches in town and rural settings. 

5) Southeastern Jurisdiction Association for Native American Ministries, 
Pembroke, N.C. (791842-4) To help meet the needs of 130,000+ Native 
Americans living in the 1 7 annual conferences of the Southeast. 

6) Society of Saint Andrew Potato Project (801 600-O) To undergird the Potato 
Project, a national ministry of distributing potatoes which are good but com- 
mercially unsalable. 

7) Any other National Advance Special as listed in Partnership in Missions. 

C. Lane Three: Missionary Salary Support 

The missionaries listed below are assigned to the NC Annual Conference by the 
General Board. Biographicals are available in the Conference Missions Office. 
They are listed below according to their need for support, with those listed first 
having the greatest need. 

1) MaryZigbuo. Ganta Mission School. Liberia, West Africa. (#01 0721 -4) Mary, 
from Trinity GMC in Durham, was commissioned in 1 988. She serves along 
with her husband, Herbert, who is a national worker in his own country. 
Mary's work is in the Elementary School and as a Guidance Counselor. 

2) Jeff & Eleanor Lockwood. Burundi, Africa. (#01 0201 -7) He has a degree in 
agriculture from NC State and is qualified as an irrigation designer. Eleanor 
has a degree in natural resources and has studied zoning and municipal ad- 
ministration. 

3) Jack & Barbara Theis. Korea. (#003778-2) Jack works in the headquarters 
of the Korean Methodist Church Board of Missions, Evangelism, and Social 



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Responsibility. Barbara does full-time seminary teaching and conducts 
English and Bible Classes for women. 

4) Ronald Schooler. Italy. (#003486-8) Ron is pursuing further schooling to 
continue his teaching ministry. He has served in Algeria, Tunisia, and Zaire. 

5) Vickie Sigmon. CJSA. (#98291 6-8) Vickie works with the Yokefellow Prison 
Ministry in North Carolina. 

6) Brenda Connelly. CJSA. (#982937-4) Brenda serves as the Director of the 
Robeson County Church and Community Center in Lumberton, NC. 

7) Richard Connelly. USA. (#98291 9- ) Richard is the Housing Director and 
Community Developer at the Robeson County Church and Community 
Center in Lumberton, NC. 

8) Shirley Townsend Jones. USA. (#982995-5) Shirley is a Church and Com- 
munity Worker at the Robeson County Church and Community Center in 
Lumberton, NC. 

9) Robert & Hazel Terhune. Japan. (#003773-6) Robert serves a local chuch 
in Tokyo, Nishi Arai Church. Hazel works as an evangelist and teacher of 
English. 

1 0) James & Josehine Gaston. Haiti, West Indies. (#009426-8) James is an in- 
structor in a technical school, teaching mechanical engineering. Josephine 
is a public health and child-care educator. 

11) James &JoAnn Goodwin. Brazil. (#002143-4) James and JoAnn are work- 
ing in Linhares, Espirito Santo, a new frontier-type town, with a new mission 
church. 

12) Ruth Ann Robinson. Bolivia. (#003391-0) Ruth Ann works with the Con- 
ference in Bolivia in the areas of promotion and development of resources. 

13) Any other missionaries sent out by the Board of Global Ministries. 
Lane Four: GMCOR 

1 ) Special Emphasis: Street Children, Brazil (7 1 4808-6) To provide a living cen- 
ter for the street children of Sao Paulo. 

2) World Hunger/Poverty (982920-4) These funds are used to provide both 
short-term crisis relief and long-term developmental assistance to eliminate 
the root causes of hunger. 

3) Heifer Project International (982530-8-General Program, 982532-1 -Living 
Gift Program) Provides food-producing animals and training in /their care to 
needy families who then pass on the gift by sharing the offspring with others. 

4) CROP/Church World Service Community Hunger Appeal (982380-1 ) Funds 
raised by a local church in a CROP event can receive GMCOR credit. For 
necessary forms contact: Carolinas CROP Office, 1 006 Lamond Avenue, 
Durham, NC 27701 . 

5) Habitat. Philippines. (240405-5) To help people build houses through 
Habitat's self-help program. 

6) Any other GMCOR Advance Special listed in Partnership in Missions or any 
GMCOR emergency appeal. 

Lane Five: Conference Advance 

1 ) Special Emphasis: Chatham Hispanic Ministries. A ministry to a rapidly grow- 
ing Hispanic population in Siler City and Pittsboro, served by a full-time 
Spanish-speaking pastor appointed by the Conference. In addition to the 
development of worship, study, and fellowship opportunities, the ministry 
provides much needed human services such as English lessons, needs for 
housing, clothing, food, transportation, and community orientation. 



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2) Walnut Terrace Child Development Center. Offers a unique program of child 
care for children aged 6 weeks to 5 years, promoting Christian values in a 
warm and caring environment within which children can grow emotionally, 
socially, intellectually, and spiritually. Serves children primarily from low-in- 
come families. 

3) Ethnic Minority Local Church Projects in the Rockingham District. To assist 
ethnic churches with critical program needs. Projects to be selected by a 
committee in the district. 

4) Yokefellow Prison Ministries. To educate church people concerning our 
Christian responsibility for people affected by crime and bring church people 
into direct service ministries with prison inmates and their families through 
in-prison visitation with Yokefellow groups and family support groups. 

5) Food Bank of North Carolina. To provide operating costs for distribution of 
food to hunger programs throughout eastern North Carolina. 

6) Conference Mission Work Teams. A fund which provides help for short-term 
volunteers on work teams in the Gnited States and abroad. 

7) Isa Grant Scholarship Fund. A fund which provides work team scholarships 
for persons who could not otherwise participate in a work team experience, 
especially young adults. 

8) North Carolina Gnited Methodist Migrant Ministry. To provide health care, 
educational assistance, child care, and spiritual guidance to migrant workers 
in the Goldsboro area. 

9) All District Board of Mission/Missions Societies. (Funds should be sent direct- 
ly to the District Board and reported at year-end on Table II as "Conference 
Advance.") 

1 0) All human need projects, church extension projects, and special offerings 
approved by District Board of Missions/District Councils on Ministries as 
Conference Advance Projects. (Funds should be sent directly to District 
Boards of Missions (District COM if no Board of Missions in district) and 
reported at year-end as "Conference Advance.") Contact your District Su- 
perintendent for a listing of these projects. 

1 1 ) All new churches less than five years old. Funds should be sent directly to 
District Board of Missions (District COM if no Board of Missions in District) 
and reported at year-end on Table II as "Conference Advance." 

1 2) The following Gnited Methodist institutional programs and projects: 

a) Gnited Methodist Camps-to help with scholarships and other special 
needs at Chestnut Ridge, Don-Lee, Kerr Lake and Rockfish. 

b) Wesley Foundations at Duke, GNC-CH, ECG, NCSG, PSG, which 
provide Gnited Methodist student ministries on our campuses. 

c) General Scholarship Funds at Louisburg, Methodist College, Wesleyan, 
and Duke Divinity School. 

d) Benevolent Funds of the Methodist Retirement Homes, Inc. 

e) Benevolent Funds of the Methodist Home for Children. 

P5. That the annual conference approve district projects for Advance specials in accord- 
ance with 1727.4 of The Book of Discipline 1988. This insures that local churches 
making Advance specials on a district level and reported to the annual conference 
as conference advance specials will receive credit. 



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RECOMMENDATION 
FROM THE CONFERENCE COUNCIL ON MINISTRIES 

The Conference Council on Ministries recommends to the 1 990 Session of the North 
Carolina Annual Conference the rule governing staff tenure be suspended to permit Paul 
Phillips to remain as Associate Director of Camping Ministries to oversee the completion 
of work on the Conference Camps made possible by the Conference Spirit for Tomorrow 
Campaign. (This extension is subject to a positive recommendation from the Conference 
Council on Ministries Personnel Committee and the Conference Council on Ministries an- 
nually.) 

ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION 
ASBCIRY HOMES, INC. 

We, the undersigned, natural persons of the age of eighteen years or more, and mem- 
bers of The United Methodist Church, do make and acknowledge these Articles of Incor- 
poration for the purpose of forming a not-for-profit corporation under and by virtue of 
Chapter 55A of the General Statutes of the State of North Carolina. 
ARTICLE I - NAME 

1 .01 The name of the Corporation shall be the Asbury Homes Incorporated. 
ARTICLE II - PERIOD OF DURATION 

2.01 The period of duration of this Corporation shall be perpetual. 
ARTICLE III - PURPOSES 

The purposes for which this Corporation is organized are: 

3.01 To render needed ministries and/or services to persons with Handicapping Con- 
ditions to the end that they may have the opportunity of maximizing their human 
potential to live, work, and be productive members of society; 

3.02 To develop and operate appropriate residential services for such persons as may 
be needed in order that such individuals may live as normally and as inde- 
pendently as possible; 

3.03 To coordinate such residential services with other community agencies, both 
public and private, to insure an effective plan for services to be delivered and 
provided for the residents of such homes and/or facilities. 

3.04 To provide appropriate programming and training in all related areas of services 
as will assist the residents of such home and/or facilities to learn, develop, and 
become responsible citizens in the community; 

3.05 To work closely with the United Methodist Church in the North Carolina Annual 
Conference and its various programs of ministry and the Church at-large to 
provide for a comprehensive and coordinated ministry that will insure that the 
services and programs of thus corporation will measure up to the highest stand- 
ards of care given in this field of service and ministry. 

3.06 To raise, solicit, secure and administer funds, assets, chartable trusts, and trusts 
for benevolent and philanthropic purposes in line with any of the above stated 
purposes, subject to the North Carolina Annual Conference and the F3ook of Dis- 
cipline of The Gnited Methodist Church.. 

3.07 The Corporation is organized exclusively for charitable, religious, educational and 
scientific purposes, including for such purposes, the making of distributions to 
organizations under Section 501 (c) (iii) of the Internal Revenue Service Code of 
1954 or the corresponding provision of any future Gnited States Internal 
Revenue Service Law. 

3.08 No Substantial part of the activities of the corporation shall be the carrying of the 
propaganda or otherwise attempting to influence legislation and the corporation 
shall not participate in or intervene in, including the publishing of or distribution 
of statements, and political campaign of any candidate for public office. 



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3.09 Notwithstanding any other provision of these articles, this corporation will not 
carry on any other activities not permitted to be carried on by: 

(a)A corporation exempt from Federal Income Tax under Section 501 (c) (iii) of 
the Internal Revenue Service Code of 1 954 or any future United State internal 
Revenue Service Law. 

3.10 The persons served and the programs designed to serve and minister by, with 
and for persons with handicapping conditions shall be without regard to race, 
color, creed, sex or national origins. 

ARTICLE N - BOARD OF TRUSTEES 

4.01 The affairs of this Corporation shall be managed and directed by a Board of Trus- 
tees. 

4.02 The F3oard of Trustees shall be an inclusive body and shall be elected to repre- 
sent various areas of the Corporation's ministry among persons with handicap- 
ping conditions within the bounds of the North Carolina Annual Conference. 

4.03 There shall be thirty (30) elected members of the Board of Trustees. At least six- 
teen (1 6) members shall be members of the United Methodist Church within the 
bounds of the North Carolina Annual Conference. 

4.04 In addition to the elected members of the Board of Trustees there shall be two 
"Ex-officio" members of the Board with right of voice and vote. These "Ex-officio" 
members shall be: 

1 . The Chairperson of the Conference Board of Health and Welfare Ministries; 
and 

2. A representative from The Bishop's Cabinet to be selected by the Cabinet. 

4.05 The members of the Board shall be elected by the Board of Trustees and shall 
be confirmed by the North Carolina Annual Conference at any regular or special 
session. 

4.06 Members of the Board shall serve until their successors have been duly elected 
by the Board of Trustees. 

ARTICLE V - ELECTION OF TRUSTEES 

5.01 The Trustees shall be elected by the Board of Trustees upon nomination by the 
Committee on Nominations of the Board at the winter meeting. 

5.02 The members of the Board of Trustees shall be elected for a term of four years. 
They may be re-elected for one additional four year term. No member of the 
Board of Trustees shall serve more than two consecutive four year terms. 

5.03 The initial members of the Board of Trustees shall be elected in such a manner 
that one half of the members shall be elected for a two year term and one half 
shall be elected for a four year term. 

5.04 Trustees shall be elected at the winter meeting of the Board to be held in the first 
quarter of the calendar year. The names of the elected Trustees shall be for- 
warded to the North Carolina Conference Board of Health and Welfare Ministries 
to be included in its report to the Annual Conference where the names of the 
elected Trustees will be presented for confirmation. 

5.05 Newly elected members of the Board of Trustees shall assume office on July 1 
following Annual Conference. Members elected to fill a vacancy on the Board 
during the year will assume office upon election by the Board. In the event the 
Annual Conference shall fail to confirm any person to serve as a member of the 
Board of Trustees, the Committee on Nominations shall, at the next meeting of 
the Board, place in nomination the name of a person to replace the unconfirmed 
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ARTICLE VI - INITIAL TRUSTEES 

6.01 The number of persons constituting the initial Board of Trustees shall be thirty 
(30) elected Trustees and two (2) Ex-Officio Trustees. The names and addresses 
of the persons who are to serve as the initial Trustees are: 

NAME OF TRUSTEE TERM TO EXPIRE 

Burlington District Mr. William Price 1992 

Mrs. James Copeland 1 994 

Durham District Mr. Travis Clements 1 992 

Mr. Julius Davis, Jr. 1 994 

Elizabeth City District Ms. Beverly Small 1 992 

Dr. LeroyHand 1994 

Fayetteville District Mrs. Ruth Cade 1 992 

Mrs. Margaret Harriss 1 994 

Goldsboro District Mr. Floyd Evans 1 992 

Mrs. Jean Jerome 1 994 

Greenville District Dr. Billy Seate 1992 

Ms. Charity Holland 1994 

New Bern District Mrs. Tibbie Roberts 1992 

Paul W. Crayton, Jr. 1994 

Mrs. Paul Chitnis 1992 

Mr. TomWalden 1994 

Dr. Martin L. Brooks 1 992 



Raleigh District 
Rockingham District 
Rocky Mount District 



Sanford District 



Wilmington District 



Rev.Simeon Cummings 1 994 

Mrs. Floyd Sawyer 1 992 

Mr. Ken Davis 1994 

Rev. Duke Lackey 1992 

Mr. Glen Fogelman 1 994 

Mrs. Fran McMillan 1992 

Mrs. Martha Anderson 1 994 



AT-LARGE TRUSTEES Dr. Reginald W. Ponder 1994 
Rev. Vassar Jones 1 992 

Dr. Wallace Kirby 1994 

Mrs. Rita McCain 1992 

ARTICLE VII - MEMBERSHIP 

7.01 The corporation shall have no members. 

ARTICLE VIII - COMMITTEES 

8.01 The Board of Trustees shall be authorized to establish such committees to fulfill 
it duties and responsibilities as may be determined to be needed. The details of 
the selection and function of such committees shall be determined by the Board. 

ARTICLE IX - POWERS 

9.01 In order to achieve the objectives and purposes set forth above, the Corporation 
shall have full power and authority to render services to and with persons with 
handicapping conditions and their families in accordance with the purposes of 
this Corporation as heretofore stated in Article III; to purchase, lease and other- 
wise acquire, hold and dispose of all kinds of property, both real and personal, 
both in this state and elsewhere; to accept by gift and/or donation, money or any 
other property of any kind or character; to solicit contributions of money and 
other properties either in behalf of this Corporation or through any community 
wide organization for the purpose of promoting the objectives and purposes of 
this Corporation; to enter into relationships with other non-profit agencies and/or 



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agencies of government to accomplish the above products of every kind and 
character. 

ARTICLE X - UNLAWFUL AND ILLEGAL ACTS 

1 0.01 This Corporation is organized for religious, charitable, educational and scientific 
purposes only. No part of the net earnings or income of this corporation shall 
inure to the benefit of the Trustees or any other individual. Nothing herein shall 
prevent this Corporation from charging for its services. The Corporation shall be 
authorized and empowered to make payments and distributions in furtherance 
of the purposes as set forth in Article 111. However, the Corporation may pay com- 
pensation to Trustees in a reasonable amount for services rendered. 

ARTICLE XI - DENOMINATIONAL RELATIONSHIP 

11.01 The Corporation is and shall be related to the North Carolina Annual Conference 
of The United Methodist Church and shall be accountable to the Conference 
through its Board of Health and Welfare Ministries. The Corporation shall be sub- 
ject to the Book of Discipline of The Gnited Methodist Church with respect to 
qualification and eligibility for election of Trustees and such other matters as may 
be determined by the Book of Discipline of The Gnited Methodist Church for the 
operation of such programs and ministries within the denomination. 

ARTICLE XII - BYLAWS 

12.01 The corporation shall have the right to adopt, amend and repeal bylaws as it 
deems best, consistent with the Articles of Incorporation of this Corporation, the 
Book of Discipline of The Gnited Methodist Church and the standing rules of the 
North Carolina Annual Conference at any regular or special meeting of the Board 
of Trustees by a two-thirds (2/3) majority vote of the Trustees present at said 
meeting at which a quorum is present, provided that at least thirty (30) days ad- 
vance notice of the meeting and proposed changes are given in writing to the 
members of the Board of Trustees. 

ARTICLE XIII - DISSOLUTION 

13.01 In the event of the dissolution of this Corporation, its assets will be distributed to 
the North Carolina Annual Conference of The Gnited Methodist Church at the 
time of dissolution, in a manner to be determined by, with and for persons with 
handicapping conditions. Gnder no circumstances shall said property be used 
for other than charitable, religious, educational and/or scientific purposes. 

ARTICLE XVI - OFFICE AND AGENT 

14.01 The principle place of business of this Corporation shall be located at 1 307 Glen- 
wood Avenue, Raleigh, N.C. 27605 (P.O. Box 10955) in North Carolina. In ad- 
dition the Corporation shall have the right to maintain other offices within the 
bounds of the North Carolina Annual Conference. 

14.02 The Board of Trustees may, from time to time, with the approval of the North 
Carolina Annual Conference, change the address of its registered office by duly 
adopted resolution and by filing the appropriate statement with the Secretary of 
State of the State of North Carolina. 

1 4.03 The Registered Office of this Corporation and the name of the Registered Agent 
at such address is: 

Name Dr. Billy Seate 

Address 1 1 4 Lord Ashley Drive 

City, State, Zip Greenville NC 27834 

ARTICLE IV - AMENDMENTS 

25.01 The Corporation shall have the right to amend, adopt and repeal these articles 
of Incorporation at any annual, regular or special meeting of the Board of Trus- 
tees by a two-thirds (2/3) majority vote of the Trustees present, provided that at 



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least thirty (30) days advance notice of the meeting and proposed changes are 
given in writing to the members of the Board of Trustees with the approval of 
Annual Conference. 

ARTICLE XVI - INCORPORATORS 

1 6.01 The names and addresses of the Incorporators are: 

1 . Name Rev. Vassar Jones 
Address 301 Carolina Ave. 
City, State, Zip Raleigh, NC 27606 

2. Name Mrs. Anna Collins 
Address 1200 Manchester 
City, State, Zip Raleigh NC 27609 

3. Name Mr. Tom Walden 
Address 4205 Rebel Circle 
City, State, Zip Raleigh, NC 27604 

NC STATE COMMISSION ON CAMPUS MINISTRY 
BY-LAWS AMENDMENT 

(By vote of the NC and WNC Annual Conference June 1 990.) 

The State Commission proposes that the Annual Conference approve the following 
amendment to the by-laws of the North Carolina State Commission on Campus Ministry 
as adopted in 1 980 and amended in 1 982, 1 85, and 1 989. 

Amend Article VI - "Executive Committee" as follows: 

Add an additional sentence at the end of paragraph two, The Commission shall en- 
sure that the executive committee will be race and gender inclusive by adding two mem- 
bers at large if necessary to accomplish this purpose. 

The amended paragraph would then read: The membership of the executive commit- 
tee shall consist of the elected officers of the Commission, the chairperson of the Finance 
Committee, the cabinet representatives of both Annual Conferences, the executive direc- 
tors of Campus Ministry in each Annual Conference, and one campus minister without 
vote on personnel matters selected annually from the two campus ministers on the State 
Commission on a rotating basis. The Commission shall ensure that the executive com- 
mittee will be race and gender inclusive by adding two members at large if necessary 
to accomplish this purpose. 

Paul D. Lowder, Chairperson 

NOMINATIONS 
I. Local Camp Committees 

A. CAMP CHESTNUT RIDGE 

Bill Howington, Manager/Director 

George W. Johnson, Cabinet Representative 

1 991 Janet Hudson, Walter Shanklin, DeVair Vickery, Jake Woodall 

1992:Margaret Ann Biddle, Jack Nantz, Lee Ribet, Mike Sykes, Lottie Weaver 

1993:Dail Ballard, Sam Dodson, David Franse, Dan Moore, Warren Wagner 

1994:Thomas Gates, Johnny Mace, Phillip Maynard, Charles Staton, Jim Ward 

B. CAMP DON-LEE 

John Farmer, Manager/Director 

Thomas G. Holtsclaw, Cabinet Representative 

1991 Jake Behnke, Ed Davis, Sam Loy, Jerry Phillips, Vance Sullivan 

1 992 Jim Durham, James Gaskins, John Hodge, Jim Sugg, Vern Womack 
1993:Donna Benton, Anna Blair, Lawrence Sneeden, MaxineWiggins 

1 994 Jim Barrett, Dan Earnhardt, David Edwards, Bobbie Hewlett, Tate Holbrook 



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C. CAMP KERR LAKE 

Belton Joyner, Cabinet Representative 

1 991 Wallace Dryden, Tom Loftis, Jim Stone 

1992 James Carpenter, Jim Dawkins, Phillip Hayes, Fred Pippin, Ken Warner 
1993:Mike Austin, George Gillis, Henry Helms, Jr., Suzanna R. Helms, Charles 

Woodall 
1 994 :Merle Minor 

D. CAMPROCKFISH 

Dennis Tawney, Manager/Director 
Helen Crotwell, Cabinet Representative 

1991 :Randy Brewington, Mack Guest, Jr., Buck Norton, Claire Pearson 

1992 John Buie, Linda Richards, James Smith, Russell Taylor 

1993 John Bergland, James Malloy, Ralph Plummer, John Walker 

1994 Jim Baldwin, Henry Blue.Gordon Fields, Ben McCallum, Ann Ross 
Campus Ministry/Trustee Nominations 

BOARD OF HIGHER EDUCATION AND CAMPUS MINISTRY 
1. COLLEGE AND UNIVERSITY TRUSTEES 

How college trustees are selected:The nominating committee of each board 
of trustees selects a list of nominees to fill vacancies and submits these along 
with a biographical statement to the full board at its fall meeting; the in- 
dividual boards of trustees approve these and they are submitted to the 
Board of Higher Education and Campus Ministry for consideration at its 
spring meeting. The Board of Higher Education and Campus Ministry has 
biographical information supplied to it by each institution of higher educa- 
tion. The Board of Higher Education approves the new nominations at its 
spring meeting, and then presents them to the North Carolina Conference 
for approval at its June meeting. 

a. Bennett College (none to be elected) 

b. Duke University (none to be elected) 

c. Greensboro College (none to be elected) 

d. High Point College (none to be elected) 

e. Louisburg College 

Class of 1994 

• Charles M. Davis, Louisburg, for term to exp.6/30/94, succeeding 
himself 

• Thomas W. Heath, Jr., Kinston, for term to exp.6/30/94, succeed- 
ing himself 

• John H. Hodges, Louisburg, for term to exp.6/30/94,succeeding 
himself 

• Robert A. Leggett, Jr., Henderson, for term to exp.6/30/94, suc- 
ceeding himself 

• Hal A. Thompson, Raleigh, for term to exp.6/30/94, succeeding 
himself 

• Edward F. Yarborough, Louisburg, for term to exp.6/30/94, suc- 
ceeding himself 

f. Methodist College 

Class of 1994 

• William E. Clark, Fayetteville, replacing Sanford Doxey, Jr. 

• Theodore Von Carter, Sr., Raleigh, replacing Grant Shockley 

• Jane Hook Johnson, Mebane, replacing Nancy Capel 

• W. Robert Johnson, succeeding himself 



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• Samuel D. McMillan, Jr., Wilmington, succeeding himself 

• Charles M. Reeves, Jr., succeeding himself 

• Joseph P. Riddle, succeeding himself 

• Joe W. Walker, Fayetteville, replacing Ernest Wendell 
g. North Carolina Wesleyan College 

Class of 1993 

• Richard H. Barnhardt, Rocky Mount 

• AMn M. Home, Burlington, succeeding himself 
Class of 1994 

• Robert L. Baldridge, Laurinburg, replacing John Bergland 

• Gayie C. Felton, Durham, succeeding herself 

• Grier L. Garrick, Jacksonville, succeeding himself 

• Samuel M. Holton, Chapel Hill, succeeding himself 

• J. Dewey Weaver, Jr., Rocky Mount, succeeding himself 
UNITED METHODIST CAMPUS MINISTRIES 

a. A & T State University Wesley Foundation Board of Directors 

Students (12) 

• Ingred Brown, Mary Ellerbe, Carol Marks, Ingrid Martin, Christopher 
McCray, Howard Sanders, Wendell Smith, Cassandra Solomon, 
David Wainaina, Maria Walden, Jane Ward, Mia Williams 

Faculty/Staff (4) 

• James Armstrong, Samuel Dunn, James Jarrell, Susan Wilson 
At Large (4) 

• Anthony Dillard, Curtis Doltie, Glener Gilland, Hanry Mebane 
District At Large (4) 

• Glenn L. Lyles, Willie Middlebrooks, Paul Perkins, Glenn Rankin 
Ex-Officio 

• Myitis Davis, Jim C. Gilland, Sadye Joyner-Milton, Pau Lowder, 
John L. McWhorter, Hazel Smith 

b. Appalachian State University, Wesley Foundation Board 

Students (12) 

• Todd Akins, Gretchen Daniel, Oliver Helsabeck, Sheri Jensen, De- 
Anna King, Leslie Lynch, Lisa Marlow, Margaret McDowell, Mike 
Phelps, Nina Rich, Scott Smith, Dosha Swann 

Faculty/Staff (4) 

• Bob Dunnigan, Jim Garner, Tom Rhyne, Linda Weldon 
District At Large (4) 

• Larry Bond, Barbara Dunnigan, Rochel Laney, Ellen Payne 
Ex-Officio 

• Michael Brown, Olin Isenhour, John Magnuson, Phyllis Magnuson, 
John McWhorter, Jonell Robinson, Marion Swann 

c. Pembroke State University Wesley Foundation 
Students (20) 

• Glenn Armstrong, Necia Brayboy, Julia Bullard, President, Deanna 
Harris, Sonya Harris, Program Committee, Brent Hunt, Media 
Hunt, Nora Hunt, Program Committee, Felix Keys, Satora Kishida, 
Amen Kusumi, Allison Locklear, Eric Locklear, Lisa Locklear, Vice- 
president, Sharon Locklear, Abner Lowry, Tammy Lowry, Shelia 
Lowry, Felix Mandoz, Tracey McCaden, Celeste Oxendine, Skip Wil- 
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Faculty/Staff 

• Loris Chavis, Cattle M. Hunt, Brenda Jacobs, Sylvia Johnson, 
Daphne Jones, Bob Reising, Henry Smith, Norma Thompson 

At Large 

• Robert L. Baldridge - District Superintendent, Jerry Lowry - Cam- 
pus Minister, Eddie Locklear - Treasurer 

Raleigh Wesley Foundation Board of Directors 

• Belton Joyner - District Supt, Bill Sharpe - Campus Minister 
Students (12) 

• Amy Brock, Steven Churchill, Vickie Fritzler, Denise Hager, Peter 
Hubbel, Jonathan Jeffries, John Lewis, Robert Luke, Mark Teague, 
Tami Vargason, David Walker, Christy White 

Faculty /Staff (4) 

• Laura Bottomley, Conrad Glass, Doris Litchfield, Adaire Robertson 
Local Churches (4) 

• Jesse Brunson, Ben Gravely, Henry Jarrett, Sam Newman 
District At Large (4) 

• Robert Bryant, Ken Hayes, Ann McLawhon, Margot Richter 
Ex-Officio 

• William Bingham, Jimmy Creech, Susan Hobbs, Robert McKenzie, 
Sue Ellen Nicholson, B. J. Thomas 

United Methodist Campus Ministry at Duke 
Finance Committee 

• Mike Reynolds, chair, Scott Crutchfield, Rodney Freeman, Laney 
Funderburk, William King, Mandy Rowe, Ex-Officio: Oli Jenkins, 
Joe Mann 

Campus/Parish Relations 

• Mark Wethington, chair, Andy Baxter, Dana Davis, Rachel Moots, 
Jane C. Moormon,Sue Newsome,Ella Jean Shore, Jeffrey Skinner 

Nominations 

• Brent Soderstrom, chair, Richard Cox, David Gibbs, Laura Magistro, 
Maurice Ritchie, Ross Townes, Meg Wood, Ex-Officio: Oli Jenkins 

Facilities 

• Kara Grice, chair, Nancy Ferree-Clark, Doug Janette, Amy Kuns- 
tling, Sue Ellen Nicholson 

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Wesley Foundation Board 
Students (12) 

• Wendy Burns, Michael Boyles, Julie Gammill, Patrick Graham, Ben 
Howell, Sarah Jordan, Del Lancaster, Jim Myers, Christy Rhyne, 
Rusty Ross, Lory Beth Thompson, Thomas Walke 

Faculty/Staff (4) 

• Hunter Ballew, Bill Collins, Beverly Long, Cornelia Strickland 
Members At Large 

• Susan Chappell, Ralph Dunlop, Wiley Smith 
Ministers 

• Susan Allred, Rene Bideaux, James Coile, William Gattis, Richard 
Vaughan 

District Council on Ministries 

• Colleen Gresham, Sue Link, Bill Waddell 



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Ex-Officio 

• Sarah W. Campbell, Gregg Sullivan, Sylvia Svendsgaard, Manual 
Wortman, Campus Ministry Intern, District Superintendent 

University of North Carolina at Greensboro Wesley-Luther House Board 
of Directors 
Students (12) 

• Veranita Alvord, Christy Bridges, Clarke Crews, Susan Feagin, Amy 
Gentry, Penny McLawhorn, Wendy Newton, Mike Pegram, Julie 
Potts, Sandra Rhyne, Kirk Tutterow, Heather Wheless 

Faculty/Staff (4) 

• Alice Bittinger, Steve Danford, Marleen Ingle, Sarah Shoffner 
At Large (4) 

• Bob Clark, Dot Rhame, Dick Swanson, LaRue Wright 
District (4) 

• Pam Carter plus 3 new persons 
Ex-Officio 

• Paul Bradley, Mazie Bullard, Brady Faggart, Jim Gilland, Paul Low- 
der, Ron Moss, John McWhorter, Kathy Peterson 

Wesley Foundation of Greenville, Inc. Board of Directors 
Students (12) 

• Michael Carey, Stephanie Folson, Oscar Montiel, Christine Pressley, 
Carol Riddle, Cynthia Solomon, Christine Walker, Rhonda Wooten, 
4 freshmen 

Faculty/Staff (4) 

• John Powell, Charles Seeley, Doug Stalls, Theodore WhitleyMini- 

sters (3) 

• Ralph Brown - Holy Trinity, Sid Huggins - Jarvis, Sam Loy - St. 
James 

District (4) 

• Ed Davenport, Herschel Williams 
Local Churches (6) 

• Debbie Caton, Steve Creech, Thomas Hawkins - Jarvis, Hugh Cox 
- Holy Trinity, Russell Gibbs, Lanie Shive - St. James 

Ex-Officio 

• June Arnold, Emily Barwick, Jack Brinn, Richard Cannon, Denise 
Cox, Debbie Creech, James Lanier, Muriel Nelson, Tom Pauling, 
Marshall Singleton, Jean Williams, Linda Young 

Western Carolina University Wesley Foundation Board of Directors 
Students (12) 

• Pam Brackett, Sylvia Cable, Will Chittick, Mike Davis, Amy Fernald, 
Dean Gerdes, Donna Huffman, Roger Justus, Melanie Sparks, 
Yvonne Sparks, Kevin Tuttle, Cam Weaver 

Faculty/Staff (4) 

• Clifford R. Lovin, Dan Pitillo, Duncan Tye, James W. Wallace, Jr. 
District (4) 

• Charlene Brackett, W. H. Crawford, Ed Henson, Mildred Turner 
Local Church (4) 

• Tommy Frazier, Bonita Jacobs, John Lively, Myrtle Schrader 
Ex-Officio 

• John Boggs, Lewis E. Cloud, John L. McWhorter, George C. Week- 
ley, L. Lewis Vun Cannon 



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j. Winston-Salem Wesley Foundation Board of Directors 
Students (12) 

• Salem College: Debbie Bruce,Patricia Earnhardt, Elizabeth Fennell, 
Karen Timmons; Wake Forest: Susan Anderson, Michelle Clark, 
Glenn Givens, Justin Latus; Winston-Salem State University: Ben- 
nie Carver, Michael McClinton, Dawn Meacham, Pierre Singletary 

Faculty/Staff (4) 

• Joe Daniels, Cranford Johnson, Craig Miller, Mary Ann Taylor 
District At Large (4) 

• Debbie Daniels, Wendell Eysenbach, William H. Hunter, Mary Mar- 
tha Whitener 

Ex-Officio 

• Charles L. Adams, Cheryl Edley, John F. Epps, James Ferree, Bel- 
vin Jessup, Anne D. Martin, Cheryl McLean, John McWhorter, Ver- 
dell Michaux, William H. Millett, Scott Nowlan, David Riffe, Arthur 
Robinson, Leslie Sladky, Sarah West 

3. UNITED METHODISTS ON ECUMENICAL CAMPUS MINISTRY BOARDS 

a. North Carolina Central University (none submitted) 

b. University of North Carolina at Charlotte 

Class of 1990 

• Barbara Falls, Jim Graves, Nancy Rankin, David Royster 
Class of 1991 

• Peggy Bridgers, Dayle Groh, Bud Hancock, Bill Sparger 
Class of 1992 

• Charles Redmon, Ron Robinson, Debbie Swartzel, Harold Wright 
Students (12) 

• Craig Allen, Amy Brake, Amy Broome, Eddie Dorn, Rebekah 
Leeland, Lori Norman, Keith Paschal, Kathy Tolley 

Ex-Officio 

• Tim Auman, John McWhorter 

c. University of North Carolina at Wilmington 

• Ed Barber, Steve McElroy 
III. Board or Health and Welfare Ministries 

A. TRUSTEES TO CONTINUE SERVING THE METHODIST HOME FOR 
CHILDREN 
Class of 1991 

• Eddie Barber, Wilmington District, (1984) 

• Charles Braswell, Raleigh District, (1984) 

• Dot Davis, Raleigh District, (1984) 

• Henry Ferrell, Greenville District, (1984) 

• Cynthia Ficklin, Rockingham District, (1988) 

• Elaine Goolsby, Durham District, (1984) 

• Dorothy Jones, Durham District, (1988) 

• David Kimball, Burlington District, (1 984) 

• Mike Safley, Fayetteville District, (1984) 
Class of 1992 

• Ben Aiken, Raleigh District, (1985) 

• Sam Dixon, New Bern District, (1989) 

• Edith Gleaves, Raleigh District, (1989) 

• Frederick Mintz, Jr., Wilmington District, (1989) 

• Marshall Old, Burlington District, (1989) 



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• Elizabeth Owens, Raleigh District, (1989) 

• Ben Rouse, Fayetteville District, (1987) 

• Jimmie Shuler, Raleigh District, (1985) 

• William Stewart, Sanford District, (1989) 
Class of 1993 

• Jeannine Boger, Sanford District, (1986) 

• Robert Borgman, Goldsboro District, (1986) 

• William B. Chalk, New Bern District, (1990) 

• Stephen Creech, Greeville District, (1990) 

• Jerry Cummings, Rockingham District, (1990) 

• Betsy Johnson, Goldsboro District, (1986) 

• William Presnell, Elizabeth City District, (1986) 

• Floyd Sawyer, Rocky Mount District, (1 986) 

• Charles B. Smith, Jr., Elizabeth City District, (1990) 

TRUSTEE NOMINATIONS FOR THE METHODIST HOME FOR CHILDREN 
Class of 1994 

• James Dunn, layperson in Rocky Mount District, succeeding himself, (1989) 

• Tom Loftis, clergyperson in Goldsboro District, succeeding himself, (1989) 

• Olivia Mattocks, layperson in Wilmington District, (1991) 

• Wilhelmina McCallum, layperson in Fayetteville District, succeeding herself, 
(1987) 

• David C. Miller, layperson in Greenville District, (1991) 

• William Spencer, clergyperson in Burlington District, (1991) 

• Lura Tally, layperson in Fayetteville District, succeeding herself, (1989) 

• Wilbur Teachey, clergyperson in Greenville District, succeeding himself, 
(1989) 

• Bryce Younts, layperson in Raleigh District, (1991) 

TRUSTEES TO CONTINUE SERVING THE METHODIST RETIREMENT 
HOMES, INC. 
Class of 1991 

• Wesley F. Brown, Durham District, (1987) 

• Gerald L. Cox, Greenville District, (1987) 

• Claude George, Jr., Burlington District, (1983) 

• Carr Gibson, Rockingham District, (1987) 

• Carol W. Goehring, Wilmington District, (1987) 

• Alene Haverstock, Rocky Mount District, (1983) 

• Jean S. Sharp, Elizabeth City District, (1983) 

• M. W. "Mokie" Standi, Goldsboro District, (1987) 

• Joyce Vereen, Rockingham District, (1985) 
Class of 1992 

• Louis C. Allen, Jr., Burlington District, (1984) 

• Randolph R. Few, Durham District, (1988) 

• Gary Fisher, Rockingham District, (1988) 

• J. Edwin Guirkins, New Bern District, (1988) 

• Walter S. Linville, Rocky Mount District, (1988) 

• Hallett Mayo, Goldsboro District, (1 984) 

• H. B. Robertson, Durham District, (1988) 

• Ralph P. Rogers, Durham District, (1984) 

• Louise Wilkerson, Raleigh District, (1984) 
Class of 1993 

• Sidney Huggins, Greenville District, (1989) 



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• John Paschal, Rockingham District, (1989) 

• E. M. Thompson, Elizabeth City District, (1989) 

• Norma Thompson, Rockingham District, (1989) 

D. TRUSTEE NOMINATIONS FOR THE METHODIST RETIREMENT HOMES, 
INC. 
Class of 1994 

• T. Harry Gatton, layperson from Raleigh District, (1990) 

• Margaret T Harper, layperson from Wilmington District, (1990) 

• Robert E. Smith, layperson from Raleigh District, (1990) 

• Edward S. Williams, layperson from Durham District, (1990) 

DIACONAL MINISTRY, BOARD OF 

As this ministry continues to expand and evolve, we see the fruits of our labors as a 
board and as ministers. 

Once again, due to the rise of interest in Diaconal Ministry, we sent three people to a 
jurisdictional mentor and board training event in the Fall of 1 989. They returned spiritual- 
ly enriched as well as better equipped to work with diaconal ministers in our Conference. 

We have followed through with our promise, and the Discipline mandate, to educate 
others in the role and function of diaconal ministry. In March, 1 990, the board, diaconal 
ministers, the cabinet, and the bishop met for the first time to share and learn from each 
other. Special information files containing the relationship to the district superintendents, 
brochures, and pertinent information have been given to each district superintendent to 
aid them in their work with diaconals in their district. 

This year, we are pleased to present to the Annual Conference three persons who will 
be consecrated as diaconal ministers during the ordination/consecration service. They 
are: Sue Ellen Nicholson - Trinity GMC, Durham; Susan Parker - St. Luke GMC, Sanford; 
and Cynthia Powell - First GMC, Graham. They have complied with the academic, 
psychological, and spiritual requirements for this ministry. 

We continue to have six candidates in ministry as they pursue their calling (Laurie 
Schoelkopf, Robin Marley, Mark Gourley, Andrew Preston, Elaine Lilliston, Bess Edwards 
Sawyer), and three pilgrims who are beginning this process. And, as a board, we continue 
to work with church educators and musicians across our Conference as we annually cer- 
tify, recertify, and renew ministers, directors, and associate directors in education and 
music. We also received verification of Mr. Herb Stout's recertification as a Gnited 
Methodist church business administrator. 

Carol Dell Strange, Chairperson; Margaret Anne Biddle, Registrar 

The Board of Diaconal Ministry recommends the following Salary Scale for 1991: 





A 


B 


C 


D 


E 


F 


G 


Title 


Diaconal Minister 




Lay Professional 


Certified Professional 


Degree 


Masters 


BA 


Masters 


BA 


BA 


BA 


Masters 


Exper. 


1 + 


7+ 


4+ 


None 


4+ 


4+ 


4+ 


Base Salary 


$21,006 


$19,389 


$26,047 


$13,654 


$16,931 


$18,160 


$19,160 


Housing 


4,800 


4,800 


4,800 


4,800 


4,800 


4,800 


4,800 


BasePackage 


$25,806 


$24,189 


$30,847 


$18,454 


$21,731 


$22,960 


$23,960 



Housing calculated at an average of those within the NC Conference, equivalent to 
$400/mo. However, housing must appear as income under present IRS standards. 

Additional Suggested Benefits to be negotiated between Parish-Staff Relations Com- 
mittee and the professional: (1) Continuing Education, (2) Life Insurance (part of Con- 
ference program), (3) Health/Hospital Insurance (part of Conference program), (4) 
Retirement Plan, and (5) Travel Expenses. 



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Report of Professional Educators 

MINISTERS OF EDUCATION 
Certification. Renewed 

Freeman, Ms. Brigitte Ann (Brigitte) Minister of Christ.Ed.,Morehead:First 

DIRECTORS OF CHRISTIAN EDUCATION 
Certification Renewed 

Biddle, Miss Margaret Anne (Margaret Anne) .... Diaconal Minister of Ed., Front St. 

Conner, Ms. Carol Denise (Denise) Diaconal Minister of Ed., University 

Huckaby, Robert Lewis, Jr. (Rob) Program Director, Raleigh: Asbury 

Jacobs, Mr. Harold Dean (Harold) Dir. of Chr. Ed/Music/Youth, Prospect 

Morton, Mrs. Mary Jane P.(Mary Jane) Dir.,Young Children's Ed.,Brd.of Dis. 

Strange, Mrs. Carol Dell (Carol) Assoc. Dir.of CCOM, Lay Ministries 

Williams, Mr. Richard J. (Richard) Dir., Christian Ed.,Smithfld:Centenary 

ASSOCIATE IN CHRISTIAN EDUCATION 
Certification Renewed 

Clark, Marjorie Joyce (Marge) Program Director, Duke Memorial 

O'Connor, Mrs. Francis J. (Tacoma) Assoc, in Christian Ed., DurhanrCarr 

Vaughan, Mr. Stephen W. II (Stephen) Associate in Christian Ed., St. James 

Report of the Professional Church Musicians 

DIRECTOR OF MUSIC 
Certification Renewed 

Argo, Mr. David Anthony (Tony) Director of Music, Shady Grove 

Davenport, Mrs. Charles (Laura) Director of Music, Wilson: First 

Jacobs, Mr. Harold Dean (Harold) Director of Music/Ed./Youth, Prospect 

Moore, Mrs. J. Hilton (Elizabeth) Director of Music, Shady Grove 

Parker, Mrs. Susan Martin (Susan) Director of Music, St. Luke 

Sawyer, Bess E. (Bess) Director of Music, Queen St. 

Stocks, Mrs. Lois Hardee (Lois) Director of Music, Salem 

Weisser, Mr. William James (Bill) Director of Music, Edenton St. 

Report of the Diaconal Ministers 

DIACONAL MINISTERS 
Consecration Renewed 

Argo, Mr. David Anthony (Tony) Director of Music, Haymount 

Biddle, Miss Margaret Anne (Margaret Anne) Diaconal Minister of Ed., Front St. 

Conner, Ms. Carol Denise (Denise) Diaconal Minister of Ed., University 

Davenport, Mrs. Charles (Laura) Director of Music, Wilson: First 

Freeman, Ms. Brigitte Ann (Brigitte) Minister of Christ.Ed., Morehead: First 

Hines, David M. (David) Personal Leave - Second Year 

Huckaby, Robert Lewis, Jr. (Rob) Program Director, Raleigh: Asbury 

Jacobs, Mr. Harold Dean (Harold) Director of Music/Ed./Youth, Prospect 

Norton, Mrs. Mary Jane P. (Mary Jane) Dir.,Young Children's Ed.,Brd.of Dis. 



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O'Connor, Mrs. Francis J. (Tacoma) Associate in Christian Ed., Carr 

Stocks, Mrs. Lois Hardee (Lois) Director of Music, Salem 

Strange, Mrs. Carol Dell (Carol) Assoc.Dir of CCOM, Lay Ministries 

Vaughan, Mr. Stephen W. II (Stephen) Associate in Ed./Music, St. James 

Weisser, Mr. William James (Bill) Director of Music, Edenton St. 

Williams, Mr. Richard J. (Richard) Dir., Christian Ed.,Smithfld:Centenary 

VOLUNTARY TERMINATION 

Wright, Miss V. Caroline (Caroline) 

RETIRED 

Ballance, Miss Bernice (Bernice) Offutt, Mrs. Alma Whitfield (Alma) 

Garrison, Mr. Robert H., Jr. (Bob) Walker, Miss Wanda Gail (Gail) 

Gattis, Mrs. William H. (Irene) Womack, Mrs. Leslie Castle (Leslie) 

Johnson, Mrs. Floyd, Jr. (Marilyn) 

DECEASED 

Ballance, Miss Ethelynde (Ethelynde) 05/25/90 

DISABILITY, JOINT COMMITTEE ON 

The Joint Committee on Disability acts as the advocate of those pastors in the North 
Carolina Conference who are forced by physical or emotional disability to seek temporary 
or permanent relief from their appointment. The committee is given the responsibility to 
study the problems of disability within the Conference, to provide a continuing personal 
ministry to those who are disabled, and to make recommendations to the appropriate 
agencies of the Conference for each pastor seeking Disability Leave, including the source 
of their disability income. 

The following recommendations are presented to the 1990 session of the North 
Carolina Annual Conference: 

1 . The Joint Committee on Disability will make available upon request the necessary 
forms for any pastor to make application for Disability Leave. In all cases the applica- 
tions must be completed by the pastor, the physician, and the district superintendent 
before the request for Disability Leave can be acted upon. It is the recommendation 
of the Joint Committee on Disability that such requests be presented before May 1 5 
for inclusion in the committee's report to the Annual Conference. The medical form 
should be completed and acted upon by the General Board of Pensions prior to the 
submission of the application. 

2. The Joint Committee on Disability may require psychological examinations of those 
seeking disability when deemed necessary by the Committee. These will be done by 
a physician approved by the Committee, and in such a case the Committee will bear 
the expense of the examination. 

3. The Joint Committee on Disability will study each new application for Disability Leave 
submitted by pastors of the Conference to determine the recommendation of the 
pastor's physician and district superintendent, particularly as it reflects the anticipated 
length of the pastor's disability. The medical reports will be sent to the medical con- 
sultant of the Joint Committee on Disability for an interpretation of the pastor's disa- 
bling conditions, who in turn will submit a medical report on the required form to the 
Joint Committee on Disability for action. All materials will then be sent to the medi- 
cal consultant of the General Board of Pensions, who will determine if the pastor is 
eligible for benefits paid through the Comprehensive Protection Plan. From July, 
1 981 to December, 1 981 , disability benefits were paid through coverage as adopted 
by the 1 981 Session of the Annual Conference. Beginning on January 1 , 1 982, dis- 



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ability benefits from the General Board of Pensions were transferred to coverage 
under the new Comprehensive Protection Plan. 

4. We recommend that pastors who may not be eligible for benefits paid by the Com- 
prehensive Protection Plan may be placed on Disability Leave with benefits paid 
through the Joint Committee on Disability. The Ministerial Pension Plan, Com- 
prehensive Protection Plan, Hospital Insurance and Life Insurance may be paid also 
by the Joint Committee on Disability. 

5. Those pastors on Disability Leave are reminded to investigate the penalties by the 
Social Security Administration if they do not elect to come under Medicare at age 65. 

6. Disability requests are to be submitted ninety (90) days prior to Annual Conference 
except in life-threatening situations after that date, or when the disabling condition 
occurs after that date. 

7. We recommend that a monthly grant of $300.00 will be made for the first six months 
a pastor is granted Disability Leave. At the end of six months this grant will terminate. 

8. The Joint Committee on Disability will review the progress of each pastor on Dis- 
ability Leave at least annually. This review will include both recommendations from 
the pastor's physician and district superintendent as well as opportunities for con- 
tinuing fellowship with the pastor to develop further possibilities of assistance in 
his/her disabled circumstances. Those receiving aid from the Joint Committee on 
Disability will be reviewed at the end of their first six months of Disability Leave. 

9. We recommend the following pastors to be continued on Disability Leave. 

A. Clingman Carter Capps F. William Robert King (FLP) 

B. Frederick F. Dillon (AM) G. Robert Fullerton McKee 

C. James Wesley Hicks (AM) H. James EarlMcLendon 

D. Clifton Riddick Hollowell I. Evander Parnell (AM) 

E. Arnold Kimsey King, Jr. 

1 0. We recommend the following pastors to be placed on Disability Leave for the first 
time: 

Virgil L. Free 

1 1 . Who have been placed on Disability Leave since the last Annual Conference? 

George C. Smith 

12. We recommend that pastors and congregations in the communities in which our 
disabled pastors reside seek to establish a supportive relationship with those on Dis- 
ability Leave to maintain good fellowship and provide for pastoral opportunities. It is 
further recommended that housing needs and other special problems of ou r d isabled 
pastors be considered by these congregations and communities in the light of the 
contribution made to our United Methodist Church by those on disability during their 
years of service. We can all become better stewards of the gift of life and skill as we 
share in this ministry of caring and concern. 

Wilbur I Jackson, Chairperson 

EQUITABLE SALARIES, COMMISSION ON 
Parti 

By disciplinary provision and moral obligation, the Commission on Equitable Salaries 
is instructed "to support ordained ministry in the charges of the Annual Conference by 
(1) recommending Conference standards for clergy support; (2) administering funds to 
be used in salary supplementation; and (3) providing counsel and advisory material on 
clergy support to district superintendents and Committees on Pastor-Parish Relations." 
(Discipline, 1 722.2) 

The above provision often places the Commission in a contradictory position. "As- 
sumption of the obligations of the itineracy, required to be made at the time of admission 



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into the traveling connection, puts upon the Church the counterobligation of providing 
support for the entire ordained ministry of the Church." (Discipline, H 71 7) The Commis- 
sion shall carefully study the needs for... additional support within the Conference and the 
sources of income, and shall recommend annually to the Conference for its action a 
schedule of minimum salaries for all full-time pastors or those clergy members of the An- 
nual Conference appointed less than full time to a local church, subject to such rules and 
regulations as the Conference may adopt." (Discipline, H722.3) In other words, ministers 
are required to spend considerable expense, time, and energy in preparing for and ex- 
ecuting ministry. Common sense recognizes the increased pressure upon a local church 
to provide an ever increasing salary for its minister. Churches with dwindling resources 
find themselves spending more and more on pastoral compensation and less and less 
on property, program, and expansion. Clergy and laity are caught in the proverbial place 
between a rock and a hard spot. 

The Commission has spent considerable time in examining the situation. Solutions 
are not included in this report. However, we do have recommendations whose implemen- 
tation will help us move towards "fair and equitable salaries" for all those who "assume the 
obligations of the itinerancy," and simultaneous "fair and equitable management" of the 
resources of the local church in ministry and mission. 
I. Recommended Schedule of Minimum Salaries for 1 991 

A. Salary Schedule 

1 . With respect to the ever increasing cost of living for all, we recommend that 
the minimum full-time salary level be raised by a percentage equal to the 
percentage of raise enjoyed by all ministers in the Conference year 1 990. 

MINISTERS UNDER FULL-TIME APPOINTMENT 1990 1991 

(Full Connection, Associate, Probationary, Local Pastor) 

Salary *$19,826 $19,006 

Utilities 2.000 

$21,006 

STUDENTS (Local Pastors or Conference Members) 

Salary *$12,887 $1 1,654 

Utilities 2.000 

$13,654 
*Salary and Utilities Included 

2. We recommend that the full-time minimum salary levels be adjusted annual- 
ly by the percentage figure of average raises in the Conference for the cur- 
rent Conference year. 

3. Guidelines affecting student pastors as adopted by previous Annual Con- 
ference sessions will continue to govern the use of equitable salary funds 
for student pastors. (For reference, the Discipline, H 441, 717, and 722, 
and the Journal of 1 983, provide the basis for our work.) 

B. Travel Expense 

Although travel is reimbursed by the charge as an item of ministerial expense, it 
is expected that the charge would provide at least $1 ,800 for travel expense. A 
charge receiving equitable salary support may provide this $ 1 ,800 travel expense, 
but any travel expense in excess of $1 ,800 will result in a reduction of equitable 
salary support. 

C. Pension Program 

Charges receiving Equitable Salary Fund support are responsible for paying the 
total amount required for the Ministerial Pension Plan and the Comprehensive 
Protection Plan based on their pastor's total income for salary and utilities (in- 



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eluding funds from the Equitable Salary Fund, Duke Endowment, and any other 

sources). 
Principles Governing the Gse of Equitable Salary Funds: 

The Pastor's salary is the responsibility of the charge; therefore, the charges of the 
North Carolina Annual Conference should be so arranged as to be able to assume 
full salary support. The Commission urges each charge receiving Equitable Salary 
Funds, its pastor, and the district superintendent responsible for that charge to ad- 
minister the affairs of that charge to the end that it may move as rapidly as possible 
toward total self-support. To enable the Conference, the Commission, and the dis- 
trict superintendents to carry on their cooperative efforts in understanding, in har- 
mony, and for the greatest good for all concerned, the following principles and 
procedures are set forth: 

A. In considering the salary for the charge, all income, including salary, bonuses, 
and other benefits not specifically excluded, are included as salary in determin- 
ing appropriations from the Equitable Salary Fund. Salary support for retired 
supply, interim supply, part-time local pastors, less than full-time Conference 
members, or associate pastors in other than larger parish arrangement of chur- 
ches will not be available. 

B. Charges must be so arranged that no more than one-third of the total salary will 
come from the Equitable Salary Fund on the first application from the charge. 
Charges seeking more than one-third supplement must provide specific infor- 
mation with their application, indicating the reasons for their inability to meet 
these guidelines. Information shall be made available to the Commission on 
Equitable Salaries and the district superintendents regarding the term of Equi- 
table Salary support, giving the date of its inception and the present amount of 
support being received by the respective charges. 

C. When the division of a charge is desired, Equitable Salary Funds will be used only 
upon the recommendation of the Bishop, of the "Bishop's Task Force on the 
Division of Circuits," and the approval of the cabinet. 

D. In the division of a charge in which one church seeks to become a station, it is 
recommended that such a church shall assume all salary obligations and its 
proportionate share of all apportionments. 

1 . The remainder of the charge in such a division assumes full pastoral sup- 
port and its proportionate share of all apportionments. In no case will the 
Commission on Equitable Salaries provide more than one-third of the salary 
required for such a division. 

2. When there is a division of a charge forming one or more student appoint- 
ments, each newly created charge must pay initially two-thirds of the pas- 
toral support established by the division. 

E. The Commission on Equitable Salaries further recommends that each charge 
which is receiving, or shall hereafter receive, Equitable Salary Fund assistance, 
shall reduce this aid by at least ten (1 0) percent each year until the charge has 
achieved full self-support in ten years. The Commission wants to be clear at this 
point that its intent in this recommendation is that the charge will accept in full 
whatever increases are made in the minimum salary for their pastor each year 
and receive ten (10) percent less each year in aid from Equitable Salary Funds 
than granted the previous year. 

F. Any Equitable Salary Fund supplement will be terminated immediately upon in- 
formation that the pastor has taken full-time secular employment. Such a charge 
may be reinstated at such time as its pastor returns to full-time or student status. 
Exceptions to this provision may be permitted only by the approval of the execu- 



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tive committee of the Commission on Equitable Salaries upon the recommen- 
dation of the district superintendent of the pastor seeking for emergency reasons 
to be employed outside of his/her ministerial responsibilities. 

G. Equitable Salary Funds are sent to charges who have applied for their use to 
provide their pastor with the minimum salary established by the Annual Con- 
ference. The monthly salary supplement checks sent by the Conference treasurer 
are to be deposited by the charge treasurer in the church or charge bank ac- 
count. The checks are not to be endorsed and cashed by the pastor. 

H. Ethnic Minority and Women Ministers: Each ethnic minority or woman minister, 
who is an associate member or a member in full connection of the North Carolina 
Annual Conference, serving full-time, and who, in the opinion of the cabinet is 
rendering unusually effective service, will receive an incremental increase of $200 
per service year, not to exceed $2,000 per year, for ten (1 0) years of full-time ser- 
vice, when such clergy person's salary and utilities is equal to the Conference 
minimum salary, but less than the Conference minimum salary plus $200 per 
year up to ten (1 0) years of full-time service as an associate member or a mem- 
ber in full connection. 

Said incremental increase is to be administered by the Commission on Equitable 
Salaries upon approval by the charge conference and the district superintendent. 
Further, the local church shall be responsible for MPP and CPP payments on any 
incremental increase. (Effective until 1 995) 

This policy does not restrict the Equitable Salaries Commission, upon the recom- 
mendation of the cabinet, from making additional grants in extraordinary cir- 
cumstances. 

I. Churches receiving Equitable Salary Funds will conduct an annual financial cam- 
paign to accurately gauge the level of financial support the local church can 
reasonably expect from its members. 

J. We remind the Conference of provisions in the Discipline, which state: 
(l)"Primary responsibility for the payment of pastoral salaries remains with in- 
dividual pastoral charges." (1722.8) (2)The guidelines of the Annual Con- 
ference program of equitable clergy support shall insofar as possible be observed 
by the bishops and district superintendents in arranging charges and making ap- 
pointments." (U722.10) 

K. Churches or charges applying for Equitable Salary Funds shall submit a request 
on the appropriate form supplied by the district superintendent. The request shall 
be carefully analyzed by the pastor, recording secretary of the charge conference, 
and the district superintendent. The form must have the signatures of the pas- 
tor, recording secretary of the charge conference, and the district superintendent 
affixed to it, and the request must have been approved by the Charge Conference. 
The Commission plans further consultation and study with other Conference 
agencies and resources to seek ways to more adequately provide for the tem- 
poral needs of our pastors and churches. 

Part 2 

The Equitable Salary Review Team, created by the 1 987 Annual Conference, is com- 
posed of the Reverend M. Whitfield Warren, Jr., chair; Ruby Gardner, secretary; Charlie 
Compton; the Reverend Bill Cummings; and the Reverend Charles Morrison. The recom- 
mendations of this team are endorsed by the Commission on Equitable Salaries and the 
Cabinet. The recommendations are in response to Part 2, Paragraph 4, pages 301 -302, 
1 987 Journal, which states: "It is recommended that a conference-wide review team be 
established to determine in 1 988 whether continued equitable salary support should be 
available to churches who have been receiving equitable salary support for five years or 



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FINANCE AND ADMINISTRATION, COUNCIL ON 
II. FINANCIAL POLICIES 

1. APPORTIONMENTS: 

a. The Outreach Ministries Fair Share Apportionment has been separated into 
3 apportionments for the 1990 budget. The Discipline, H711.4, requires 
that "The World Service and Conference Benevolences apportionment, may 
not be combined with any other General, Jurisdictional, or Annual Con- 
ference apportionment made to the churches or charges of the conference." 
The Episcopal Fund has also been separated to comply with The Discipline, 
H925. 

b. The funds to be apportioned are: 

- World Service and Conference Benevolences 

- Ministerial Support and Connectional Administration 

- Episcopal Fund 

- interdenominational Cooperation Fund 

- Black Colleges 

- African University Fund 

- SEJ Missional Growth Fund 

c. Formula (for all except SEJ Missional Growth Fund): The Apportionments 
for the first year of the quadrennium (1 989) shall be based on the average 
of the total monies disbursed by each church in the four years immediately 
previous to the apportionment year less the approved exclusions each year. 
The change in apportionment from the previous year for the first year of the 
quadrennium shall not increase in excess of 25%. The exclusions are: Pay- 
ments on Outreach Ministries; principal and interest on indebtedness; build- 
ings and improvements; local benevolences paid directly by the local church; 
General and Conference Advance Specials; Ten Dollar Club; up to the con- 
ference average for travel paid by a charge for each pastor; United Methodist 
Student Day; Human Relations Day; Peace and Justice Sunday; Native 
American Awareness; One Great Hour of Sharing; World Communion Sun- 
day; Spirit for Tomorrow Campaign; GMW Funds sent to district or con- 
ference treasurer; housing allowance paid in lieu of furnished parsonage to 
a minister serving under Episcopal appointment in a charge of the Con- 
ference; offerings taken for disasters as designated by the Disaster Prepared- 
ness Committee and the Resident Bishop. The Apportionments for the 
subsequent 3 years of the quadrennium shall be the previous year's appor- 
tionment plus a percentage increase/decrease equal to the percentage in- 
crease/decrease in the Annual Conference budget. 

d. The SEJ Missional Fund shall continue based on a minimum goal of 50 
cents per member per year ($2.00) over the four-year period 1 989-1 992 in- 
clusive. This is based upon the membership at the close of the calendar 
year 1 987 as reported in the 1986 Journal. 

e. Apportionments to the churches shall be made by the Council on Finance 
and Administration (CFA) based on the current formula. Each cause shall 
be paid proportionately out of the income from funds received up to the 
amount fixed by the Annual Conference. In the event receipts shall fall short, 
all items shall be paid pro-rata. In the light of possible unforeseen and emer- 
gency need within the Annual Conference, the Council on Finance and Ad- 
ministration is authorized to make supplementary appropriations between 
sessions of the Annual Conference. Such supplementary appropriations 



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shall be made only from available undesignated funds and shall be reported 
in the Conference Journal for purposes of information, 
f. Outreach Ministries Apportionments will be delivered from the treasurer's 
office to the District Superintendents by July 6, 1 990. The District Superin- 
tendents will then, as soon as possible, distribute the apportionments, 
without adjustments, to the churches. The District Superintendent may ad- 
just the apportionments of the churches under a charge provided that the 
total apportionment for the charge is not changed. 
The following special offerings shall be taken in each local church and remitted 
to the Conference treasurer as separate items. They are not to be included in the 
Apportionments: United Methodist Student Day, Human Relations Day, Peace 
and Justice Sunday, Native American Awareness Sunday, One Great Hour of 
Sharing, World Communion Sunday. 

No Conference agency's budget shall incorporate funds to be appropriated to a 
non-conference agency, without specific approval of the Council on Ministries 
for program budget items or the Council on Finance and Administration for all 
non-program budget items. All funds granted to a non-conference agency must 
be spent consistent with the Social Principles of the United Methodist Church. 
No transfer of funds shall be made from one line item in the Conference Budget 
to another without approval of the Council on Finance and Administration. 
The Episcopal Fund, General Administration Fund, Jurisdictional Conference, 
World Service, College Sustaining Fund, Ministerial Education Fund, Methodist 
Building Maintenance, and College Debt Retirement will be raised and paid out 
in the same year. All other funds will be raised and paid out in the subsequent 
year on a schedule determined by the Council on Finance and Administration. 
Investment Policy: (a) The investment of the funds of the conference shall be 
such that funds available for mission are maximized in a manner consistent with 
the preservation of capital and with the Social Principles of the United Methodist 
Church. (b)South African Policy: The Council will not do business with or invest 
in banks making loans to the government of South Africa or its agencies, or who 
have operations within South Africa. The Council has no investments in South 
Africa and has adopted a policy of making no investments in South Africa. 
Monies paid by the churches shall be reported to the statistician by the pastors 
at the end of the year on the Table II, Financial Report. The Table I and Table II 
reports for 1 990 shall be due to the statistician no later than January 31 , 1 991 . 
The Council may enact its own bylaws governing meetings, quorum, and other 
matters of procedure as authorized in The Discipline, H 708. 4. b. 
The Council shall maintain a central treasury for all Conference agencies as 
authorized by H709.10 of the Discipline, and the 1953 session of the Annual 
Conference. Annual Conference boards and agencies, including those 
separately incorporated, are required to maintain their funds on deposit in the 
central treasury unless exempted by the Annual Conference or The Discipline. 
Exemptions are granted to the Methodist Home for Children, the Methodist 
Retirement Homes, the Colleges, the United Methodist Foundation, Board of 
Missions, Inc., and Asbury Homes. 

Note: In 1988 the Board of Missions, Incorporated notified the Council on 
Finance and Administration that the Charter of Missions, Inc. authorized it to 
retain the earnings on all funds held in the Corporation's name. During 1 989 
the Board of Missions, Inc. established a separate account with the Conference 
Treasurer in order to allow interest to accrue to all funds held by the Board of 
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III. APPROVAL TO SOLICIT FUNDS 

Approval is given to the requests of the following agencies for the privilege of solicit- 
ing funds throughout the District or Conference. 

1 . Christmas Offering for District programs and/or projects. 

2. The Board of Missions for the promotion of the Church Extension Ten Dollar 
Club. 

3. The Commission on Outdoor and Camping Ministries to solicit from church 
groups and individuals, materials and money for specific projects for the four 
camps of the North Carolina Conference. 

4. The State Commission on Campus Ministry for the privilege of private solicita- 
tion for special gifts for the benefit of special works in the state-supported institu- 
tions of higher education. 

5. Methodist Retirement Homes, Incorporated; Methodist Home for Children; Louis- 
burg College; Methodist College; and North Carolina Wesleyan College for the 
privilege of private solicitation and receipt of such funds as may be directed there- 
to with the understanding that such solicitation or private campaign may not be 
taken into the local churches of the Conference through solicitation in classes 
or other groups or by the use of membership lists of entire churches which might 
be provided, and that solicitation not be made through the North Carolina Chris- 
tian Advocate. 

6. The Gnited Methodist Foundation, Incorporated, as provided in its charter. 

7. The Disaster Preparedness Committee upon joint decision of the committee and 
the Resident Bishop to respond to disasters within the bounds of the North 
Carolina Annual Conference. 

8. Asbury Homes, Incorporated, as provided in its charter. 
[V. DISTRICT SUPERINTENDENTS' SALARY 

The percentage change in District Superintendents' salary for 1 986 and subsequent 
years shall be the same as the average percentage change in salary (salary, travel, 
utilities) for that year for all full-time pastors serving local charges in the North Carolina 
Annual Conference. (Adopted in 1 985) 
V. ORGANIZATION and PROCEDURE (presented for information only) 

1 . The Council on Finance and Administration uses McGladrey & Pullen, Raleigh, 
NC, as auditors. 

2. The president, vice-president, secretary, and treasurer of the Council on Finance 
and Administration shall serve as the executive committee of the Council. The 
Council shall elect an additional member to the executive committee from its 
voting membership. 

3. The Conference treasurer will include in his monthly financial reports, for any 
given month, all monies received in his office by 8:30 a.m. on the 5th day of the 
following month, except when the 5th day falls on a weekend or holiday the report 
will include the funds received by 8:30 a.m. on the following workday. 

4. The treasurer, at his discretion, may approve minor overexpenditures of a budget 
line item up to $1 ,000 or 5% of the line item, whichever is less. A request for 
such overexpenditure shall be submitted in writing in advance and shall state the 
reason for the request. The overexpenditure will be reported to CFA and will be 
listed in the Conference Journal. 

5. Requests for. the purchase/lease of specific data processing equipment or ser- 
vices must be approved by CFA. The request must address the problem of com- 
patibility of the project with the current Annual Conference data processing 
service. The approval of funds to begin a project does not constitute approval 
for the purchase/lease of specific equipment or services. 



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6. Any request from the churches for adjustments to apportionments must be made 
to the Council on Finance and Administration on or before Wednesday prior to 
Thanksgiving. (November 21,1 990). Requests for adjustments must be sub- 
mitted in writing to the District Superintendent who will attach a recommenda- 
tion and forward the request to the Conference Treasurer's office. 

7. Any Conference or non-conference agency which receives Conference funds in 
excess of $1,000 shall submit, with any budget request, an annual detailed 
audited budget report of all receipts, disbursements and assets. A statement in 
effect that "All funds granted have been spent consistent with the social prin- 
ciples of the United Methodist Church" will be furnished to CFA upon submis- 
sion of the audit. Such reports received may be reported in whole or in summary 
form in the Conference Journal and shall remain on file in the treasurer's office. 
An agency may be exempted (for just cause) from this reporting requirement by 
CFA for non-program agencies, or in the case of program agencies, by CFA 
upon recommendation of the Council on Ministries. 

8. A carry-over of budgeted funds remaining (not including any supplemental ap- 
propriations) of up to 1 0% of the amount raised for the subsequent year will be 
allowed for Conference budget line items. 

9. Funds appropriated to a board or agency must be spent in the calendar year of 
the appropriation unless otherwise allowed. 

1 0. Supplemental Appropriations: The Council will consider requests for sup- 
plemental appropriations in the following priority order: 

First Priority 

- Salary and benefit items previously approved according to the policies of 
the Annual Conference or General Conference (i.e. Equitable Salary Funds, 
COM staff salaries, etc.) 

- Programs authorized and mandated by the N.C. Annual Conference 
which are not included in the Annual Conference budget for that financial 
year (i.e. Office of Planned Giving, Vitalization Project, etc.) 

- Funds appropriated to the Task Force on Hunger and Human Meed to 
assist various ministries across the Annual Conference. The Council shall 
consider an appropriation to the Conference Fund for Human Need at the 
close of the fiscal year. The formula adopted by the Council in February 
1 990 to determine the appropriation is 1 0% of the net interest earnings on 
Central Fund investments less 1 0% of the budget shortfall. The supplemen- 
tal appropriation for 1989 to the Fund for Human Meed was $27,200. 

Second Priority 

- Mew creative programs to respond to emerging needs and to expand the 
mission of the Annual Conference which are not included in the Conference 
budget for that year. Such programs will be funded through supplemental 
appropriations only on a short-term basis. 

- Emergency needs and programs in the life of the boards and agencies 
of the Annual Conference. The petitioning group shall make such requests 
in writing to the Treasurer's office at least 15 working days before a 
scheduled CFA meeting. 

Third Priority 

- Any other type of funding requests. 
Procedure for seeking supplemental appropriations: 

a. All requests for supplemental appropriations shall be made to the CFA 
President and/or the Conference Treasurer's office in writing at least 1 5 
working days before a scheduled CFA meeting. 



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b. The normal procedure for requests for supplemental appropriations will 
be a review by the CFA supplemental appropriations committee who 
will make a recommendation to the full Council. 

c. If an emergency request for supplemental appropriations is received 
between scheduled meetings, the CFA supplemental appropriations 
committee will consider the request and direct the Conference 
Treasurer to forward it to the membership via mail with a recommen- 
dation for action. 

1 1 . Interest shall be paid to/from the Board of Pensions, Insurance Fund, Blackburn 
Scholarship Fund, Spirit for Tomorrow Campaign (until they are authorized to 
be transferred to operational funds), Camps Endowment for Maintenance, 
Church Extension Redevelopment, and Church Extension Salary Endowment 
funds using the rate of the conference interest bearing checking account, com- 
pounded monthly, on monthly average balances held by the Conference 
treasurer. 

12. Retroactive adjustments for transfer or posting delays will be made to the Board 
of Pensions and the Insurance Fund accounts for earnings calculations. 

13. Funds in excess of operational needs for the Board of Pensions and the Insurance 
fund are invested in the United Methodist Foundation. 

14. CFA Meeting Schedule: The executive committee meets at the call of the 
President. Scheduled meetings are: 

June 1990: There may be a called meeting in conjunction with Annual Con- 
ference if necessary to elect officers or conduct other business. 
September 28, 1990: an optional meeting to be held if necessary at the call 
of the President. 

November 20, 1990: a joint CFA/COM budget hearing. The purpose of this 
hearing is to receive a report from boards and agencies on funds spent and re- 
quested funds for future programs and activities. 

December 12, 1990: to consider the apportionment appeals from churches. 
The requests for appeals are due in the Treasurer's Office on or before the Wed- 
nesday prior to Thanksgiving. The supplemental appropriations for salaries are 
also considered at this meeting. 

February 6, 1991: to consider the operating budget for the current year. All 
payments on apportionments are due to the Treasurer by mid January. A report 
of receipts, amounts allocated to the budgeted boards and agencies, and sup- 
plemental appropriations are decided at the meeting. 

March 6, 1991: to consider the budget to be recommended to Annual Con- 
ference which will be raised in the subsequent year and spent in the year follow- 
ing that. Additionally, the CFA policy recommendations to the Annual 
Conference are adopted. 

1 5. Dates to remember: 

- July 6, 1990: Apportionments sent to the Districts. 

November 21, 1990: Apportionment appeals due in the Treasurer's Office. 
December 31, 1990: General Church remittances must be received in the 
Treasurer's Office by 8:30 A.M. in order to receive credit for 1 990. 
January 11, 1991: Annual Conference remittances must be received by 8:30 
A.M. in order to receive credit for 1 990. 

- January 16, 1991: Requests for supplemental appropriations for the 1991 
operating budget due in the Treasurer's office. 

- January 31, 1991: Tables I and II due to the Conference Statistician. 



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February 13, 1991: Requests for the 1 993 budget, to be adopted at the 1 991 
Annual Conference, due in the Treasurer's Office. 

VI. CUMULATIVE PENSION AND BENEFIT FUND, and BASIC PROTECTION 
PLAN (for full time lay employees on the Conference Staff - Printed in the 1989 Jour- 
nal.) 

VII. SUMMARY OF REPORT CHANGES 

1 . Section II, para 1 .a: Apportionments are split into 7 parts. 

2. Section II, para 8: New paragraph to comply with the Discipline. 

3. Section II, para 9: Mew paragraph to state the current central treasury policy. 

4. Section III, para 8: To add Asbury Homes, Inc. 

5. Section V, para 1 0: Supplemental Appropriations policy. 

6. Section V, para 11-13: Presents the current interest calculations policy. 

Cashar W. Evans, Jr. President 

INSURANCE, COMMITTEE ON 
Group Term Life Insurance 

The Insurance Committee, on the recommendation of our insurance consultant, has 
placed our group term life insurance with CIGNA, Inc. Our coverage is $1 5,000 for active 
participants, $7,500 for retired pastors up to age 72; $1,000 for pastors over age 72. 
Benefits for any pastor retiring prior to 1978 remain at $5,000. The spouse's insurance 
terminates at age 65 or upon retirement of the subscriber, whichever comes first. The 
rate effective January 1 , 1 991 will be: individual, $1 1 .00; family, $1 1 .50. This represents 
no increase in premiums for 1 991 . 

The following claims were paid in 1 989: 

Jessie Fisher $ 1 ,000.00 

Hyder Crawley 1 ,000.00 

Oscar S. Williams 1 ,000.00 

Dorothy Roberts 1 ,000.00 

Graham Nickens 7,500.00 

H. Arthur Phillips, Jr 15,000.00 

George M. Marsh, Jr 15,000.00 

Leonard T. Wilson 15,000.00 

Leon Lewis, Jr 15,000.00 

Foster Reynolds 15,000.00 

TOTAL BENEFITS PAID $86,500.00 

Blue Cross/Blue Shield Insurance 

The Insurance Committee has studied two plans for health insurance rates for 1 991 . 
The first is to continue the current plan which will result in the rates shown below. The 
second would be to hold the rates constant, and reduce the plan benefits. 

In the absence of Annual Conference action, the plan will continue with these rates: 
HEALTH RATES FOR 1991 1990 1991 $Change %Cnange 

Individual-church portion 114.46 $134.21 $19.75 17.25% 

Individual-personal portion 38.15 $44.73 $6.58 17.25% 

Parent/Child-church portion 228.47 $246.61 $18.14 7.94% 
Parent/Child-personal portion 76.15 $82.80 $6.65 8.73% 
Family-church portion 324.82 $341.93 $17.11 5.27% 

Family-personal portion 108.27 $113.97 $5.70 5.26% 

Medicare supplement 71.02 $75.15 $4.13 5.82% 



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Policy and Rules 

The extent of the insurance coverage is decided by Annual Conference action. Ad- 
ministrative rules and rates are adopted by the Insurance Committee. The specific carrier 
for insurance coverage is selected by the Insurance Committee upon the recommenda- 
tion of the Committee's consultant. 

Pre-admission certification is required for in-patient hospital services except in cases 
of emergency or maternity care. 

When an active subscriber reaches age 65 (pastor or lay) he/she should sign up for 
the Medicare program. As long as he/she is actively employed there is no change in 
benefits. Medicare is the secondary carrier until retirement. 

The Insurance Committee provides an appeal process for any participant who feels 
that claims have not been adequately satisfied. A written appeal with all pertinent infor- 
mation should be made to the Insurance Committee chairperson with a copy to the Con- 
ference Treasurer. 

A service fee of 1 .5% per month for delinquent accounts is charged to help defray the 
cost of paying premiums for churches making late payments. 

Annual Conference policy for health insurance is for the church to pay 75% of the 
premium and the subscriber to pay 25% of the premium. Payment for the church's por- 
tion of the insurance programs must be made by the church/charge treasurer. Minister's 
personal checks cannot be accepted as payment for the church's portion. The life in- 
surance premium is paid by the church/charge. 

Premiums for health and life insurance may be paid in ADVANCE on a monthly, 
quarterly, semi-annual, or annual basis. 

When there is a change of address, or a change in family status it is the insured's 
responsibility to notify the Treasurer's Office within 30 days. The toll free number to the 
Methodist Building in Raleigh is 1-800-621-5467 where a staff person continues to 
provide personal attention to insurance matters. 

Health insurance for the subscriber (not dependents) may continue for 90 days after 
employment is terminated or credentials are surrendered provided that full payment of 
the monthly premiums is made in advance. The continuation of life insurance beyond 
the termination of employment is not permitted by the life insurance carrier. 

Lay persons or ministers on maternity leave may continue their insurance coverage, 
as long as the premiums are paid. 

The Insurance Committee may terminate the coverage for non-payment of premiums, 
in which case, a one year waiting period for pre-existing conditions shall be required to 
re-establish the health insurance coverage. 

Eligibility Policies 

Health insurance and life insurance through the Conference groups will be available 

to: 

I . Ministers who are members in full connection of the Conference, probationary mem- 
bers, associate members, student local pastors, part-time local pastors, interim sup- 
plies (covered as lay employees) serving full time or part-time under appointment in: 

A. One of the churches or charges of the North Carolina Conference. 

B. One of the institutions or agencies of this Conference receiving financial support 
from the Conference. 

C. An institution or agency established to provide a ministry or service provided that: 
1 . The minister shall elect in writing within 30 days after the appointment to 

continue the coverage. If the coverage is discontinued, a one year waiting 
period for pre-existing conditions will apply before re-establishing the health 
insurance coverage. 



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2. The minister shall be responsible for payment of all health insurance 
premiums by the due date. 

II. Ministers on Leave of Absence provided that a written request to continue the 
coverage shall be filed with the Conference Treasurer within 30 days after the begin- 
ning of the leave of absence. 

III. Lay Employees: The employee must work a minimum of 25 hours weekly and must 
be enrolled in the period specified for initial enrollment (initial enrollment period was 
November 1-31 , 1 985, coverage effective January 1 , 1 986 for employees already at 
the church; within 30 days of date of hire for new employees); otherwise there will be 
a one year waiting period for any pre-existing conditions. 

• Workers in day care centers or nursery/kindergarten programs were added ef- 
fective September 1 ,1 986 (initial enrollment period was July 1 -31 , 1 986) with 
the same guidelines as for other lay employees. 

• The Committee recommends that the church provide this benefit to lay 
employees with the same premium payment policy as recommended for min- 
isters which is 75% paid by the church and 25% by the employee. 

• In case of termination of employment, the church is responsible for the 
premium until the Treasurer's Office is notified in writing of such termination. 

• The term group life insurance was made effective January 1 , 1 987. Applica- 
tions must have been received prior to December 31,1 986 for lay employees 
already employed or within 30 days of employment for new employees. The 
amount of insurance is as specified above. 

Health Screening. 

At the last three sessions of Annual Conference, and again this year, health screening 
will be conducted by the Board of Health and Welfare Ministries. This is a very valuable 
service to the members of our Conference and we encourage everyone to take advantage 
of this service. This is one means of reducing medical costs by detecting potential medi- 
cal problems in the early stages. 

Committee Membership 

The Insurance Committee is made up of representatives from the following boards 
and agencies 2, Board of Pensions; 2, Division of Health and Welfare; 2, Joint Commit- 
tee on disability; 2, Board of Ordained Ministry; 1 , Board of Diaconal Ministry; 1 , District 
Lay Leader; 1, Cabinet; Conference Treasurer and Director of Ministerial Relations 
(without vote). At the organizational meeting of these boards and agencies, the repre- 
sentative should be elected. 

The Insurance Committee is grateful to the members of the Annual Conference for 
the support it receives as the Committee strives to provide the best possible health and 
life insurance benefits. 

E. M. Thompson, Chairperson 

LAY/CLERGY EQUALIZATION, COMMITTEE TO STUDY 

(THIS REPORT TABLED BY ACTION OF THE ANNUAL CONFERENCE) 
The 1 988 Annual Conference directed that all references from the Discipline and past 
Conference Journals defining the membership of Annual Conference be printed together 
in the Journal. In researching this material, the Committee discovered that there was no 
documentation for some of the offices listed as members of the Annual Conference, and 
thus, this was corrected by actions taken at the 1 989 Annual Conference Session. 

The Committee recommends to the 1 990 Annual Conference that paragraph K. be 
replaced by a new paragraph K., L, and M., to be added as indicated at the conclusion 
of this report. 



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The North Carolina Annual Conference Lay/Clergy Equalization Plan 

A. The Clergy membership of an Annual Conference (H 4 1 2) shall consist of members 
in full connection (H 421), probationary members (H 413), associate members (H 
418), affiliate members (H 1431 .5a), and local pastors under full-time appointment 
to a pastoral charge (1 408. 1 ). (See also 1 35.)" (1 988 Discipline, 1 701 . 1 , page 335) 

B. "...The lay members shall have been for the two years next preceding their election 
members of The Gnited Methodist Church and shall have been active participants in 
The Gnited Methodist Church for at least four years next preceding their election..." 
(1988 Discipline, 1 35, Article I, page 30) 

C. "If the lay membership should number less than the ministerial members of the An- 
nual Conference, the Annual Conference shall, by its own formula, provide for the 
election of additional lay members to equalize lay and ministerial membership of the 
annual conference..." (1988 Discipline, H 35, Article I, page 30) 

D. To compute the number of additional lay member votes for the Annual Conference 
in order to balance with the voting clergy members, subtract the total pastoral char- 
ges (1989 Journal, Question 56a, page 221), including the lay members who will 
match their voting associate pastors, from the total voting clergy (1989 Journal, 
Question 57a, page 221 ). These remaining lay members needed for equalization are 
determined by counting the following: 

E. The Annual Conference shall be composed of ministerial members as defined by 
the General Conference, together with a lay member elected by each charge, the 
diaconal ministers, the conference president of Gnited Methodist Women, the con- 
ference president of Gnited Methodist Men, the conference lay leader, district lay 
leaders, the president or equivalent officer of the conference young adult organiza- 
tion, the president of the conference youth organization, and two young persons 
under twenty-five (25) years of age from each district to be selected in such manner 
as determined by the Annual Conference." (1988 Discipline, H 35, Article I, pages 
29 and 30) 

F. "...One college or university student from each Gnited Methodist-related campus 
ministry within the bounds of the North Carolina Conference. Where no charge con- 
ference is held, a recommendation will be made to the district superintendent for ap- 
pointment to Annual Conference." (1 988 Journal, page 1 73) 

G. "...Conference treasurer/business administrator... all lay persons on program staff..." 
(1987 Journal, page 147) 

H. District presidents of Gnited Methodist Men (Added in 1 983 - documented in 1 989 
Journal, page 330) 

I. Presidents of our Conference colleges (Added in 1 976 - documented in 1 989 Jour- 
nal, page 330) 

J. "All lay chairpersons of Conference boards and agencies, all lay members of general 
boards, all lay members seated and all reserve members in attendance for the majority 
of the time at the latest session of the General Conference, all lay members seated 
and all reserve members in attendance for the majority of the time at the latest ses- 
sion of the Jurisdictional Conference, all district lay leaders, all district presidents of 
Gnited Methodist Women, one additional youth/young adult member from each dis- 
trict to be selected by the rules presently abided by..." (1974 Journal, page 261) 

K. "...The additional lay members needed will be selected by local charges on the basis 
of membership as listed in the latest published Conference Journal. All charges with 
a membership above a determined number will have one additional lay member. The 
number of members required for a charge to have an additional lay member will be 
determined by the number of lay members needed to fulfill the quota for the Con- 
ference. For example, if 50 lay members are needed to fill the formula, the 50 char- 



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ges with the largest membership having only one lay member from the charge lay 
membership would each be eligible to elect a second member." (1 974 Journal, page 
261) 
CHANGED TO READ AS FOLLOWS: 

K. The additional lay members needed will be selected by local charges on the basis 
of membership totals at the end of the preceding calendar year as reported by the 
Conference Statistician. 

L. In selecting additional lay members to attain lay and clergy equalization, selection 
shall be based on local charge membership working down in descending order in 
size until the needed number has been achieved. Completion of the equalization of 
lay and clergy votes shall be accomplished by the charge electing three (3) addi- 
tional lay members from each charge with more than 2000 members, two (2) ad- 
ditional lay members from each charge with more than 1500 members. If any 
additional lay members are needed to achieve equalization, one (1) additional lay 
member is selected from each charge with less than 1500 members in descending 
order in size. The lay members granted by the Discipline to be elected by the charge 
shall be included in determining the total. 

M. Each year, the Conference Secretary shall obtain from the Board of Ordained Min- 
istry the number of new voting ministerial members who will be received at An- 
nual Conference, and the number who have been removed from the Conference 
membership since the last Conference; and shall notify that number of charges 
below the membership level already granted additional lay members that their al- 
ternate lay member is asked to go to Annual Conference and shall be seated after 
the executive session votes to admit and seat the new ministerial members. This 
causes the session to be equalized immediately upon the admission of the new 
ministerial members. 

J. Malloy Owen III, Chairperson 

MINISTERS' MOVING EXPENSE, COMMITTEE ON 

EFFECTIVE DATE - JANUARY 1,1991 

The Ministers' Moving Expense Committee met several times and studied a number 
of possibilities for providing moving expense. A company that will contract to move all 
ministers gave an estimate. This seemed to be too rigid and offered the possibility of error. 
Secondly, consultation was done with a moving company and it seemed the cost could 
be exorbitant unless a poundage limit was imposed. 

After much careful consideration, the Committee makes the following recommenda- 
tion. 
I. Eligibility 

A. Pastors of local churches continuing under appointment to local churches within 
the Conference, district superintendents, and Conference ministerial staff whose 
salaries are paid from the Conference treasurer's office. 

B. Pastors in section I. A. who become Conference Evangelists upon moving from 
an appointment to new residence. Their moving expense to return to any of the 
above categories will also be paid. To become effective June 1 , 1 990 under the 
payment guidelines of 1 990. 

C. Pastors in section I.A. who retire from serving appointment or who assume ap- 
proved disability leave or return into active service from approved disability leave. 

D. Widows or widowers of ministers in section I.A. upon moving from place of ap- 
pointment to new residence. 



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E. Pastors moving into the North Carolina Conference to assume full-time or stu- 
dent appointments under section I. A. 

F. Interim Supply pastors 

G. Persons moving that are not defined above will not be eligible to make claim. 
Payment of Claims 

A. Payment will be granted to all who are eligible to make claims as follows: 

1 . Active ministers in section I. A. and I.B. (except retiring ministers, widows, 
widowers, and clergy couples) will receive a base payment of $100.00 as 
well as reimbursement of costs up to $1 ,000.00 with submission of paid 
receipts for actual moving expense. 

2. Retiring ministers, widows, or widowers will receive a base payment of 
$100.00 as well as reimbursement of costs up to $1 ,650.00 with submis- 
sion of paid receipts for actual moving expenses. 

3. Clergy couples will receive a base payment of $200.00 as well as reimbur- 
sement of costs up to $1 ,000.00 with submission of paid receipts for actual 
moving expenses. If only one minister of the clergy couple is re-appointed, 
section II.A.1 . will apply. 

B. Travel Allowance: An allowance of $1 .00 per mile will be granted to all who are 
eligible to make claim. The mileage will be computed from appointment to ap- 
pointment, or from the appointment to the Conference boundary, or the appoint- 
ment to the residence/Conference boundary (in case of retirement) whichever is 
less. Clergy couples will receive $1 .00 per mile as defined above. 

C. The Conference treasurer will make payment to eligible ministers as soon as the 
district superintendents have received the completed document, "So You're 
Moving" checklist properly signed. This will fulfill the 1988 Discipline, f 
269.2f)(4), which states The chairperson of the Committee on Pastor-Parish 
Relations, the chairperson of the Board of Trustees, and pastor shall make an 
annual review of the church owned parsonage(s) to assure proper maintenance." 

D. The Conference treasurer will make an advance payment up to $600.00 to 
eligible ministers to cover the expense of deposit and fees for moving expenses 
prior to their move, upon approval by the district superintendents. This advance 
payment may be adjusted to cover adequately the initial up front money that 
must be paid by the moving clergy who move themselves. Any money that is left 
over shall be refunded to the Conference treasurer. The checklist entitled, "So 
You're Moving", must be properly signed and returned to the district superinten- 
dents, along with the receipts for moving, before the balance of the moving ex- 
pense can be mailed by the Conference treasurer. 

E. No additional claim can be made against a local church, district, or the Con- 
ference for payment of moving expenses. 

F. The base payment of $1 00.00 is intended to cover incidental moving expenses. 
Therefore, the cost of boarding and moving domestic animals, the moving of 
recreational vehicles, boats, mobile homes, etc., and the cleaning of the par- 
sonage are not eligible for reimbursement. 

Review Committee 

A. There will be a Review Committee consisting of two persons appointed by the 
chairperson of the Council on Finance and Administration, one district superin- 
tendent appointed by the Bishop, the Conference treasurer, and the director of 
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B. The Review Committee will consider and have final authority over any ques- 
tionable or disallowed claim or special claim beyond allowances set in the ap- 
proved plan. 

Charles K. Morrison, Chairperson 

OPEN ITINERACY, GUIDELINES FOR 

The North Carolina Conference of The United Methodist Church 
PURPOSE 

The purpose of these guidelines is to provide a process by which open itineracy can 
be effectively implemented within the North Carolina Conference. These guidelines 
seek to affirm disciplinary expectation and the need for preparing pastors, local chur- 
ches, and Pastor-Parish Relations Committees, and to offer specific steps for im- 
plementation. 
FOUNDATIONS FOR OPEN ITINERACY 

A. Biblical and Theological Foundations 

1 . God is declared to be the Creator, Redeemer, and Sustainer of all people. 
We are the highest expression of God's creative work. 

2. Jesus came to save the world, and this salvation is inclusive in its call so that 
"whoever believes" will be saved (John 3:16). Those who are baptized into 
Christ are called to the priesthood of all believers. 

3. The New Testament epistles declare this call to all Christians (Galatians 
3:28), and from this company of believing people, God calls individuals into 
the representative ministry of the church. 

4. The church was given birth at Pentecost when God's Holy Spirit came to 
empower it for witness and mission. People from every part of the world were 
present in Jerusalem on that day, and did receive the Holy Spirit (Acts 2:5- 
11). 

5. There is nothing exclusive about God's giving of the Spirit to enable minis- 
try. Biblical and theological affirmations remind us that God's call to minis- 
try is felt and answered by a variety of persons, whose unique qualities greatly 
enhance the witness of God's people to the world. We are commanded to 
give high priority to fulfill God's call in ourselves, and to participate in ena- 
bling others faithfully to obey it. 

B. The 1986 Book of Discipline 

1 . The Book of Discipline addresses open itineracy on the levels of the local 
church Pastor-Parish Relations Committee, the Bishop/Cabinet, and the An- 
nual Conference. 

2. The local church Pastor-Parish Relations Committees are instructed as part 
of their responsibilities to be "continually interpreting to the people the na- 
ture and function of the ministry, including cross-racial appointments and 
sensitivity to open itineracy." (H269.2f[l]) 

3. Bishops and Cabinets are guided in appointment-making by the directives 
of The Book of Discipline which states: "Appointments are to be made with 
consideration of the gifts and evidence of God's grace of those appointed, 
to the needs, characteristics, and opportunities of congregations and in- 
stitutions, and with faithfulness to the commitment to an open itineracy. 
Open itineracy means appointments are made without regard to race, eth- 
nic origin, sex, color, or age, except for the provisions of mandatory retire- 
ment." (H530.1) 

4. The Book of Discipline states that "The Annual Conference... will assume 
responsibilities for such matters as: ...Consulting with the Board of Or- 



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dained Ministry and the Cabinet to determine what provisions are made 
for the recruitment and itineracy of racial and ethnic ordained ministers." 
( H740.3e) 
PREPARING ALL CHURCHES FOR OPENNESS 

There are a number of opportunities and ways in which churches of the Annual Con- 
ference can prepare themselves for open itineracy. Here are some suggestions: 

1 . Encourage pastors and members of differing racial/ethnic backgrounds to seek 
opportunities to work together on some forms of shared ministry (workshops, 
study groups, work projects, etc.). 

2. Encourage pastors and lay people to come together in cluster groups to discuss 
what it means to be inclusive and how inclusiveness impacts the local church. 

3. Continue the use of racial/ethnic leadership in workshops and seminars. 

4. Encourage pastors to increase a climate of openness to all people through their 
preaching and pastoral ministry. 

5. Ask pastors, choirs, and lay speakers of various racial/ethnic heritage to exchange 
churches. 

6. Plan for congregations of different racial/ethnic backgrounds to worship together 
on a given Sunday by having one-half of each congregation worshiping in the 
other church. 

7. Encourage the sharing of common meals, such as evening fellowships or pot- 
luck dinners. 

8. Encourage in those districts where there are no racial/ethnic United Methodist 
congregations cross-racial/ethnic experiences through district lay rallies and 
other events in which worship takes place. 

IDENTIFYING CHURCHES AND PASTORS 

There are signs which assist in identifying churches (white and ethnic/racial) and pas- 
tors (white and ethnic/racial) that are ready to work towards inclusiveness. 

A. Signs of Readiness in Congregations: 

1 . The membership is racially mixed, with some ethnic/racial persons in key 
leadership positions. 

2. Strength is evident in mission outreach, finances, and church growth and 
enough strength to persevere in face of opposition. 

3. Members see the vision of inclusiveness as part of the church's mission. 

4. The members appreciate cross-racial differences and see them as they are 
and not necessarily as they are perceived to be. 

5. The congregations have a track record of accepting and working with pas- 
tors. 

B. Signs of Readiness in Pastors who will Prepare Churches: 

1 . They are committed to the vision of inclusiveness. 

2. They have earned the respect of the congregation. (Probably one year in an 
appointment would be required before major efforts could be made to 
prepare a congregation.) 

3. They possess strong faith and self-esteem, and a willingness to persevere in 
face of opposition. 

4. They are strong and effective preachers and teachers. 

5. They possess pastoral ability to continue to care for those who do not share 
the vision. 

6. They have the ability to appreciate cross-racial differences and to see them 
as they are and not necessarily as they are perceived to be. 

7. They have a good track record of working effectively with congregations. 

C. Signs of Readiness in Pastors who will be Appointed Cross-Racially: 



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1 . They are committed to the vision of inclusiveness. 

2. They have strong faith and self-esteem, with ability to persevere in face of 
opposition. 

3. They are strong and effective preachers and teachers. 

4. They possess the pastoral ability to remain loving and yet be firm with those 
who do not share the vision. 

5. They are gifted in moving across cultural lines. 

D. District Superintendents are to watch constantly for signs of readiness for cross- 
racial appointments, either by identifying churches or by listening for volunteer 
churches. 

1 . This document will be shared at the 1 990 Charge Conferences and each 
local church will be requested to give it careful and prayerful consideration. 

2. After taking a year to study the document and giving it prayerful consider- 
ation, churches will respond at the 1991 Charge Conferences. 

PREPARING SPECIFIC CHURCHES AND PASTORS 

Pastors who are ready for cross-racial appointments need to be in churches that have 
shown signs of readiness. In preparation for such an appointment, these specific 
steps need to be taken with local churches and pastors: 

A. Activities to take place in the first year: 

1 . Pastor earns the congregation's love and respect. 

2. Joint ventures take place with a congregation of a predominantly different 
race. After a series of these opportunities, provide each local congregation 
with its own time for feedback and discussion (which might also help focus 
the congregation on its missional objectives over and beyond receiving a 
pastor of different background). 

3. Training and support groups are to be made available for pastors and 
families who are preparing local churches, and for those who will be ap- 
pointed cross-racially. 

4. The Bishop will call gatherings of pastors and laity for mutual support and 
preparation. 

5. A structured program of organized Bible study/spiritual discipline will be led 
by current pastor to address concerns and the spiritual dimensions of the 
process. 

B. Activities to take place in the second year: 

1 . Training for local churches who will receive cross-racial appointment will in- 
clude open discussion of dreams and fears. (For example, some of the fears 
anticipated could be: what will this person's preaching style be like? what will 
friends think? how many members will the church lose? what will happen 
financially? how many people from other races will join us?) 

2. The Bishop, the District Superintendent, and the Cabinet will work with pas- 
tors who may be involved in cross-racial appointments. Concerns will be 
heard such as how my family will be received, ability to adjust to different 
worship experiences and the effect this appointment will have on my salary 
and future appointments. 

3. Appointments will be fixed and announced January 1 5 prior to June moving 
date in order that local church and incoming pastor may become acquainted 
before the present pastor moves. There are some possible ways this might 
be done: incoming pastor could preach a revival or lead a Bible study at the 
receiving church; a pulpit exchange, but not on the same Sunday for the 
pastor needs to be present with the incoming pastor; joint visitation, if this 
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VI. SUPPORT FOR CROSS-RACIAL APPOINTMENTS 

There are three avenues of support that should be continually available for churches 
and pastors in cross-racial appointments: 

A. Church Support 

1 . Continual affirmation must be given to churches that have entered into this 
covenant relationship for fulfillment of this new opportunity for ministry. 

2. Special occasions for celebration are to be shared with the broader church 
(i.e., articles in the North Carolina Christian Advocate and general publica- 
tions, programs in neighboring churches, conference and district events). 

3. Training and support for Pastor-Parish Relations Committees will be offered 
where there are such appointments. 

4. Arrangements are to be made for sharing of experiences among Pastor- 
Parish Relations Committees where cross-racial appointments have oc- 
curred or are occurring. 

B. Pastor Support 

1 . A support group is appropriate for the pastor and family within the congrega- 
tion. 

2. Congregations are to be made aware that the pastor and family have a need 
of other support groups beyond the local church. 

3. The Bishop, the cabinet and all pastors in the conference will need to sup- 
port and to affirm the cross-racial appointments. 

C. Financial Support 

1 . If financial support (salary and/or program) is needed, requests should be 
made to the Conference Board of Missions. 

2. Churches can receive assistance in financial planning through consultants 
from the Conference Board of Stewardship. 

3. Other possible sources for financial help might include the Duke Endow- 
ment and agencies of the general church. 

4. The Associate Director for Ethnic Minority Local Church Concerns with the 
Conference Council on Ministries will be available. 

(Document prepared by Cabinet on 2/28/90, reviewed & revised by lay & clergy rep- 
resentatives from each district 3/12/90) 

ORDAINED MINISTRY, BOARD OF 
NOMINATIONS TO THE JOINT REVIEW COMMITTEE 

To be elected annually - H453.1c, Book of Discipline, 1988: 
1 .) Superintendents - appointed by the Bishop: 

Samuel D. McMillan, Jr., Helen G. Crotwell, Alternate: M. Randall Baker 
2.) To be nominated and elected by the Board of Ordained Ministry: 
Rodney G. Hamm, Charles K. Moseley, Alternate: Mark W. Wethington 
3.) To be nominated by the Bishop and Board of Ordained Ministry and elected by the 
members in Full Connection: 

J. Edward Morrison, William T. Cottingham III, Alternate: Ruth E. Harper 

Woodrow W. Wells, Jr., Chairperson 

PASTORAL CARE, COMMITTEE ON 

The Committee on Pastoral Care administers a financial grant program for the NC An- 
nual Conference clergy and their families for confidential counseling and therapy. The 
financial assistance is provided to cover up to one-half of the cost of each counseling ses- 
sion for which application is made by an approved provider of services until the $300 an- 
nual allowance has been granted provided that coordination of benefits does not exceed 



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1 00% of the fees charged. Gp to 80% of financial coverage for outpatient psychiatric care 
is provided through the Conference Blue Cross/Blue Shield Insurance policy. Clients 
should check with the therapist and the Health Care Benefits for details. 

ELIGIBILITY FOR GRANTS 

As conference clergy and family are eligible for grants, a family is defined as depend- 
ents of the minister living in the minister's home, such as spouse, children, parents, and 
grandparents. Children are eligible whether or not attending college or living at home and 
through the age of twenty-two. 

The qualifications for financial grants are: 

1 . The receiver of services must be a member of the NC Annual Conference, active, 
retired, on Leave of Absence, or any person, regardless of conference relationship, 
who is serving a local church of the NC Annual Conference, or a dependent of such 
a person. 

2. The counseling or therapy must be provided by someone who has one or more of 
the credentials listed below in this report, or by someone on the staff of one of the 
pastoral care centers, also listed below. 

APPLICATION PROCEDURE 

At the request of a person receiving counseling, the counselor or therapist is to make 
application to the chairperson of the Committee on Pastoral Care for financial assistance 
to the counselee in the following manner: 

1 . The therapist requests application forms, a Conference Directory, and instructions 
from the chairperson of Pastoral Care. 

2. The application is submitted by the therapist to the office of the Director of Ministerial 
Relations who directs the application to the chairperson of Pastoral Care. Clients will 
be identified by a case number only and never by name! The minister and/or depend- 
ents are assigned the same case number. 

3. The counselor will receive financial assistance on behalf of the counselee to apply to 
the counselee's account or to refund the client as appropriate. Clients should request 
from the therapist a record or statement showing financial assistance with the 
therapist because of her/his payment contract. The client should request the therapist 
to contact the chairperson of Pastoral Care to negotiate an acceptable procedure. 
The following credentials are necessary for financial assistance: 

CREDENTIALS 

Providers of counseling and therapy who have one or more of the following creden- 
tials are eligible to apply for and receive financial assistance on behalf of clergy clients: 
Psychiatrists: American Medical Association (AMA) Board Certification, NC license 
Psychologists (Clinical): Licensed Practicing Psychologist, NC license 
Counselors: Clinical Member of the American Association of Marriage and Family 
Therapists (AAFT), NC Registered Practicing Counselors 

Social Workers: Association of Certified Social Workers (ACSW) 

MARRIAGE AND FAMILY ENRICHMENT 

The Committee on Pastoral Care encourages participation in marriage and family en- 
richment events. This includes the concerns and needs of single clergypersons as well as 
married. Grants of $50 per individual, couple, or family are available for up to two events 
per year. A schedule and/or outline of the events, leaders' names and credentials, and 
verification of participation should accompany the application. Contact the chairperson 
of Pastoral Care for complete information and application form. 



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SUMMARY OF 1989 

In 1 989 the Pastoral Care Committee provided grants for 92 persons who were in- 
volved in 736 sessions of counseling. Clergypersons received 51 grants, clergy and 
spouses together, 9; spouse alone, 1 5; families, 5; and children, 6. Members of the com- 
mittee are David Banks, Milton Hadley, Rodney Hamm, Mark Kasper, Malloy Owen, Peggy 
Owens, Judy Radford, Robert Ray, and Leo Thompson. 

Rodney G. Hamm, Chairperson 

PENSIONS, BOARD OF 
Report A. General Information 

I. We recommend special appropriations for the following persons in the indicated 
amounts: 

Ministers: 

A. To be paid by the General Board of Pensions: 

1 . Matt R. Gardner, an amount equal to one year of credit. 

2. John R. Poe, an amount equal to one year of credit. 

3. Howard M. Wilkinson, an amount equal to two years of credit. 

B. To be paid from the Pension support Fund: 

1. Oscar Cummings, total annual benefit of $1,394.04, paid in 12 monthly 
payments. 

2. Willie J. Evans, total annual benefit of $3,240.00, paid in 12 monthly pay- 
ments, plus premiums for group health and life insurance. 

3. Charles I. Gmstead, Jr. , an amount equal to 1/3 of the 1 985 NC Conference 
average salary ($6,366.72) paid in 1 2 monthly payments plus premiums for 
health and life insurance, and that this arrangement remain in effect until 
the Board of Pensions presents alternative action to the Annual Conference. 

Surviving Spouses: 

A. Mrs. Grace Dyson Batchelor, an amount equal to one year of credit. 

B. Mrs. Aileen Blue Dunn, buildup to 20% of the denominational average compen- 
sation for 1 982 with 2% annual increase. 

C. Mrs. Doris Dellinger Reynolds, buildup to 20% of the denominational average 
compensation for 1 982 with 2% annual increase. 

Children (buildup to 1 0% of the denominational average compensation for 1 982 
with 2% annual increase): 

A. Amanda Lynn Griffis 

B. James Randolph Wall 

II. We concur with the following ministers for Disability Leave: 

A. Clingman Carter Capps - Continued, Effective February 1 , 1 984 

B. Frederick Fairfax Dillon (AM) - Continued, Effective June 1 , 1 984 

C. Virgil Loren Free - Effective July 1 , 1 990 

D. Clifton Riddick Hollowell - Continued, Effective June 1 , 1 986 

E. Arnold Kimsey King, Jr. - Continued, Effective June 1 , 1 985 

F. William Robert King (FLP) - Continued, Effective June 1 , 1 986 

G. Robert Fullerton McKee - Continued, Effective August 1 5, 1 983 
H. Evander Parnell (AM) - Continued, Effective June 1 0, 1 976 

I. James Earl McLendon - Continued, Effective June 1 , 1 987 

J. James Wesley Hicks, Jr. (AM) - Continued, Effective July 1 , 1 989 

K. George Calvin Smith - Continued, Effective April 1 , 1 990 

III. Claimants removed from responsibility roll by death: 

A. Harvey Laudis Davis - 06/1 9/89 

B. Nelson Pate Edens - 06/27/89 



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C. Maude Pike Newton -07/13/89 

D. James Robert Regan, Sr. - 07/1 7/89 

E. Elizabeth Lowe Fouts - 1 0/1 5/89 

F. Charles Graham Nickens - 1 1/1 7/89 

G. Carlton Ray West - 1 2/25/89 

H. Ora Mae Fletcher Seymour - 01/03/90 

I. Edward Franklin Smith - 01/1 9/90 

J. Offie Lemuel Hathaway - 01/24/90 

K. Richard Thomson Commander - 02/04/90 

L. Madison Ward Maness - 03/1 5/90 

M. Lota Leigh Draughon Baum - 03/1 7/90 

N. Rachel Copeland Edwards Mizelle - 03/27/90 

0. David Morrill Tyson - 04/1 2/90 

P. Mary Decie Luther Cuthrell - 05/1 7/90 

IV. New Claimants: 

A. Annie Brown Edens - 06/27/89 

B. Audrey Cox Marsh - 07/20/89 

C. Margaret Atkins Phillips - 09/20/89 

D. Chloe Inez Sasser Nickens - 1 1/1 7/89 

E. Pearl Gooding West -12/25/89 

F. Janet Wellons Smith - 01/1 9/90 

G. Ocie Burleson Hathaway - 01/24/90 
H. Lelia Shore Commander - 02/04/90 

1 . Ruth Nixon Maness - 03/1 5/90 
J. Eleanor Wilcox Tyson - 04/1 2/90 

V. Ministers retiring this year: 

A. Par. 451 .1 (Mandatory Retirement - Age 70) 

VASSAR WILSON JONES (Age 70, 34.00 years under appointment with 25.50 
years of North Carolina Credit and 8.50 years of North Carolina MPP/CPP) 

B. Par. 451 .2a (Early Retirement - 20 or more years under appointment) 
JAMES ARTHUR TINGLE III (Age 54, 26.00 years under appointment with 7.00 
years of North Carolina Credit and 0.00 years of North Carolina MPP) 

JOHN HEZEKIAH WHITE (Age 53, 29.00 years under appointment with 20.50 
years of North Carolina Credit and 8.50 years of North Carolina MPP) 

C. Par. 451.2b (Retirement with Actuarily Reduced Benefits - Age 62 or 35 years 
under appointment) 

EARLY CLIFFORD SHOAF (Age 62, 37.75 years under appointment with 24.75 
years of North Carolina Credit and 8.50 years of North Carolina MPP/CPP) 
CHARLES EDGAR SPARKS (Age 64, 33.00 years under appointment with 24.50 
years of North Carolina Credit and 8.50 years of North Carolina MPP/CPP) 

D. Par. 451 .2c (Regular Retirement - Age 65 or 40 years under appointment) 
RICHARD ROBERT BLANKENHORN (Age 66, 35.00 years under appointment 
with 26.50 years of North Carolina Credit and 8.50 years of North Carolina MPP/ 
CPP) 

JAMES COLLINS PARKER BROWN (Age 63, 39.75 years under appointment 

with 31 .25 years of North Carolina Credit and 8.50 years of North Carolina MPP/ 

CPP) 

PAGL WESLEY EVANS (Age 65, 25.00 years under appointment with 1 6.50 years 

of North Carolina Credit and 8.50 years of North Carolina MPP/CPP) 

JOSEPH JUNIOR GRIMES (Age 65, 36.25 years under appointment with 27.75 

years of North Carolina Credit and 8.50 years of North Carolina MPP/CPP) 



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ALTON PCJGH HILL, JR.. (Age 65, 39.75 years under appointment with 31.25 
years of North Carolina Credit and 8.50 years of North Carolina MPP/CPP) 
HERBERT FRANKLIN HORNE (Age 66, 16.00 years under appointment with 
7.50 years of North Carolina Credit and 8.50 years of North Carolina MPP/CPP) 
ROBERT NORMAN KNIGHT (Age 65, 37.75 years under appointment with 29.25 
of North Carolina Credit and 8.50 years of North Carolina MPP/CPP) 
EMMA RCJTH MCLEAN (Age 69, 8.50 years of credit as a Part-time Local Pastor 
under MPP) 

HARVEY LANGILL WATSON (Age 65, 39.75 years under appointment with 
31 .25 years of North Carolina Credit and 8.50 years of North Carolina MPP/CPP) 
Local Pastors retiring this year: 

Herbert Franklin Home Emma Ruth McLean 

We recommend that the expense account of the Board of Pensions and such inde- 
pendent consultation expense necessary during 1 990 be paid from funds designated 
as Administrative Expense in the Board of Pensions Budget. 
VIII. Appointments Beyond the Local Church (Par. 1606.4h): 

A. With pension credit by the Annual Conference 

Kermit L. Braswell Samuel W. Dixon, Jr. G. Paul Phillips III 

Stephen C. Compton G.Robert McKenzie Jr. Donnie Ray Warren Jr. 

Edith L. Gleaves Thomas A. Collins 

Douglas L. Byrd John A. Farmer 

B. With pension responsibility on the agency/institution served: 



VI 



VII 



J. C. Alexander 
Nancy Ruth Best 
Phillip S. Brown 
Leonard C. Byers II 
Jerry Dean Campbell 
Corbin L. Cherry 
John G. Cottingham 
Ronald D. Cyr 
Franklin D. Daniels 
Gayle Carlton Felton 
K. Mike Franklin 
J. Conrad Glass 
J. Milton Hadley, Jr. 
Robert G. Harris, Jr. 
Leon E. Hill 
Richard C. Jackson 
Julius O. Jernigan 
T. Garland Knott 
William P. Lowdermilk 
Leslie Marsicano 
J. Stanley McQuade 
Miles Murphy, Jr. 
Robert T. Osborn 
F. Gerald Peterson 
Benjamin F. Potter 
Carla Scarilan 
William G. Sharpe IV 
Neil E. Smith 
E. Douglas Stanfield 



Berry O. Barbour 
Bobby C. Black 
Wesley F. Brown 
Nathan H. Byrd 
Daniel Ross Chandler 
Robert S. Christian 
Richard L. Cox 
Thomas A. Danek 
Jan J. Dickens 
Albert F. Fisher 
Morton L. Funkhouser 
David R. Grissom 
Michael L. Hale 
M. Elton Hendricks 
Randy A. Hillman 
Dwight C. Jarvis 
Harvey Johnson 
Delores Langley 
Tracy A. Maness 
J. Alexander Maultsby 
Paul A. Mickey 
Donald C. Nagel 
Milford Oxendine, Jr. 
Reginald W. Ponder 
Russell E. Richey 
Robin J. Scroggs 
C. Alison Simonton 
Sidney E. Stafford 
Rufus H. Stark II 



Gilbert W. Beeson, Jr. 
John R. Blue 
Paul G. Bunn 
Dennis M. Campbell 
George P. Chandler 
Claire Cryburn 
Billy B. Cuthrell 
David E. Daniel 
Edward C. Elliott 
Julie Forringer-May 
Alvester I. Gales, Jr. 
Donald F. Gum 
Stephen B. Hall 
Charles M. Herring 
Pamela J. Hudson 
David O. Jenkins 
C. Reginald Johnson 
Jerry D. Lewis 
W. Joseph Mann 
Carleton P. McKita 
Deborah Morgan 
John K. Ormond, Jr. 
James H. Pace 
Ernest R. Porter 
Michael W. Safley 
Richard Shannonhouse 
A. Clay Smith 
Paul T. Stallsworth 
David C. Steinmetz 



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John L. Stokes III W. Denver Stone Phyllis Hicks Straus 

Leo C. Thompson Bobby P. Tyson Tommy Tyson 

James M. Waggoner James I. Warrenjr. Walter P. Weaver 

Johnnie J. Williams,Jr. Malcolm C.Willingham A. J. Wilson III 

Robert L. Wilson Eldon G. Woodcock 

IX. Recommendations for additional service credit: NOME 

Report B - Recommendations for the Pension Program 

I. Past Service Liability 

A. Past service will continue to be paid on the defined benefit concept (per service 
year rate) for all service rendered to the North Carolina Conference through 
December 31, 1981. This plan will continue until all pastors with past service 
benefits and their surviving spouses are deceased. 

B. Goal of defined benefits (per service year rate) has been defined in the Book of 
Discipline for many years as 1 % of the Conference Average Salary. The 1 991 
CAS for the North Carolina Conference is $27,546.00. 

C. The current rate is $264.00 per service year. Participation in the new Ministerial 
Pension Plan requires that an Annual Conference increase its past service rate 
as the Conference Average Salary increases, to at least 0.9% of the CAS to con- 
tinue to participate fully in the new pension program. We propose that the past 
service rate beginning January 1 , 1 991 be increased to $276.00 per service year, 
and that further increases will be presented to the Annual Conferences of the fu- 
ture as the Conference Average Salary increases. This increase creates an un- 
funded liability of $23,759,712. 

D. To increase any past service rate will always involve accepting an unfunded 
liability that must be satisfied by either a single cash payment, a series of planned 
payments, or a combination of both. 

II. Ministerial Pension Plan (MPP) 

Guidelines for the Ministerial Pension Plan and the Comprehensive Protection Plan are 
contained in the 1 983 and 1 984 Journals of the North Carolina Conference. Thus we 
call to your attention only those guidelines that are relevant to these programs. 

A. Service on and after January 1 , 1 982 will be funded on a new concept, called a 
defined contribution plan. This plan is basically deferred salary, and creates no 
unfunded liability because it builds an account of funds for a specific minister as 
his/her salary is paid. 

B. Funding is based on a percentage of Plan Compensation. Plan Compensation 
is calculated as follows: 

Take Cash Income (salary ONLY) e.g $20,000.00 

Add 21 % of Cash Income or Housing Allowance 4,200.00 

Plan Compensation will be $24,200.00 

1 . No travel or utility funding is ever used in Plan Compensation calculations 
since these are considered by the General Board of Pensions to be items of 
local expense. 

2. Clergy couples housing (Effective January 1 , 1 988): 

a. When only one of the spouses is furnished a parsonage, the one fur- 
nished the parsonage includes the housing allowance. 

b. When one spouse is furnished the parsonage and the other a cash al- 
lowance, the one furnished the parsonage will use the 21 % housing al- 
lowance, and the other will report the actual cash housing paid. 

c. When two parsonages are furnished and both are used, each spouse 
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d. When neither is furnished a parsonage, the actual cash housing al- 
lowance may be counted by the person/or persons receiving the al- 
lowance. 

3. In accordance with the Plan Document, the housing allowance for those 
furnished housing is: 20%-1990; 21%-1991; 22%-1992; 23%-1993; 24%- 
1994; 25%-l 995. 

4. Those furnished a cash housing allowance will report the actual amount in 
accordance with the Plan Document. (Effective January 1 , 1 988) 

C. The Ministerial Pension Plan contribution from the local church is to be paid 
monthly by the Church or Charge Treasurer to the General Board of Pensions. 
(Effective January 1 , 1990) 

D. These contributions are placed in the individual minister's Church Account to be 
available for benefits when the minister becomes eligible for payment in the 
retired relationship. 

E. Each minister who is eligible for benefits will be required to designate beneficiaries 
for the benefits he/she is qualified to receive. 

F. We recommend 1 2% as the level of participation in the Ministerial Pension Plan 
for the North Carolina Conference participants. 

Comprehensive Protection Plan (CPP) 

A. This part of the program contains provisions for a death benefit, disability income, 
and funding for the peerage portion of the Ministerial Pension Plan. In addition 
to the provisions of a death benefit for the pastor, there is a death benefit on the 
life of the spouse and dependent children under age 1 8 or who are dependent 
because of disability. The Comprehensive Protection Plan also includes educa- 
tional benefits for the children of a deceased minister. This part of the new plan 
is only available to those ministers covered under the CPP. 

1 . Death benefits provide 1 50% of the Denominational Average Compensa- 
tion as the benefit paid on the death of an active minister through age 46, 
dropping on a graduated basis to 20% upon retirement at any age. 

2. Disability payments are based on 40% of the Denominational Average Com- 
pensation in effect at the time the minister is placed on disability. 

3. The peerage program provides for a contribution from the Comprehensive 
Protection Plan to the minister's Church Account of a sufficient amount to 
provide the minister with a total contribution for the year based on the 
Denominational Average Compensation at 12% of Plan Compensation 
based on the Denominational Average Compensation for those eligible. 

4. The Comprehensive Protection Plan contribution from the local church is 
to be paid monthly by the Church or Charge Treasurer to the General Board 
of Pensions. (Effective January 1 , 1 990) 

B. The cost of the Comprehensive Protection Plan is a 4.4% contribution of actual 
Plan Compensation (up to 4.4% of the Denominational Average Compensation). 
The pastor will be required to pay 1 .0% of the 4.4% as provided in the Com- 
prehensive Protection Plan, and the church or charge will pay the additional 3.4%. 
(Effective January 1 , 1 990) 

Implementation of the Program 

The benefit Program adopted by your Conference Board of Pensions seeks to provide 
a wider range of support for the minister's family through death benefits for every 
member of the family, disability income for the minister in time of great stress, educa- 
tional benefits for children of deceased ministers, minimum annuity benefits for sur- 
viving spouses, and the build-up of contributions to the Church Account of those 



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ministers whose compensation is below the Denominational Average Compensa- 
tion. 

A. Costs of the Ministerial Pension Plan/Comprehensive Protection Plan will be 
borne by the local charge as an item of ministerial support according to the Plan 
Compensation of the minister and the category of the charge. 

FULL TIME (Conference Member/Local Pastor) - 1 5.4% of Plan Compensation 

STUDENT (Conference Member/Local Pastor) - 12.0% of Plan Compensation 

LESS THAN FULL TIME (Conference Member/Local Pastor) - 12.0% of Plan 

Compensation 

INTERIM OR RETIRED SUPPLY - no pension responsibility 

B. The pastor will make regular monthly payments to the General Board of Pen- 
sions through the local church treasurer for his/her 1 % of Plan Compensation 
(up to 1 % of the DAC) for CPP. 

C. The pastor will make regular monthly payments to the General Board of Pen- 
sions for his/her personal tax-paid or tax-deferred contributions of at least 3%. 

Policies Related to Life and Hospital Insurance 

A. Surviving spouses who are not covered under the minister's hospital insurance 
must request coverage within thirty (30) days after the death of the pastor to avoid 
the one year waiting period for pre-existing conditions. 

1 . When surviving spouses are employed and provided hospital insurance, the 
policy of the Board of Pensions will be the secondary carrier. 

2. If the surviving spouse remarries, the hospital insurance will terminate until 
the said surviving spouse attains age 65 or the dissolution of the marriage. 

3. A surviving spouse, who was married after the pastor retired, is not eligible 
to be covered by the Hospital Group Plan. 

B. Pastors Insurance (to become effective at the conclusion of the 1 988 Session of 
the Annual Conference.) 

1 . Pastors who retire from the North Carolina Annual Conference with twenty 
or more years of earned pension credit in the North Carolina Annual Con- 
ference will have their hospital and life insurance paid by the Conference 
Board of Pensions when the minister attains age 62, OR retires with thirty- 
five (35) years of service, provided at least twenty of the thirty-five (35) years 
of pension credit is in the North Carolina Annual Conference. 

2. Pastors who retire from the North Carolina Annual Conference with less than 
twenty years of earned pension credit in the North Carolina Annual Con- 
ference will pay, when he/she attains age 62, or earns 35 years of pension 
credit, a portion of the premium by the following formula: 

Years of Service Payment by Payment by 

Earned in NC the Conference the 

Conference at Board Retired 

Retirement Time of Pensions Ministers 

19 95% 5% 

18 90% 10% 

17 85% 15% 

16 80% 20% 

15 75% 25% 

14 70% 30% 

13 65% 35% 

12 60% 40% 

11 55% 45% 

10 50% 50% 



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9 45% 55% 

8 40% 60% 

7 35% 65% 

6 30% 70% 

5 25% 75% 

4 20% 80% 

3 15% 85% 

2 10% 90% 

1 5% 95% 

3. Ministers not covered under medicare shall receive an amount equal to the 
premium of the medicare supplement paid for those covered under 
medicare. Payments will be prorated according to the schedule in V B2. 

4. Clergy Couples' Insurance 

a. When one member of a clergy couple retires, the insurance, medical 
and life, will be paid for the retired pastor according to schedule V B2. 

b. Medical insurance will be provided for the spouse and dependent 
children of the retired clergy partner according to schedule V B2. 

c. No life insurance is provided for the spouse or dependent children of 
the retired clergy partner. 

VI. Dental Insurance 

The Board of Pensions recommends that retired ministers covered under our Blue 
Cross supplement plan have dental insurance added. It is to be paid by the Morth 
Carolina Board of Pensions and to become effective July 1 , 1 987. 

VII. Maximum Lifetime Benefit Under Medicare Supplement 

Maximum benefit under the Medicare Supplement for retired pastors and spouses 
was increased from $50,000 to $100,000. (Effective February 1 , 1989) 

VIII. Special Provisions 

The North Carolina Annual Conference Board of Pensions is hereby authorized, at 
its discretion, to arrange with the General Board of Pensions for active participation 
in the MPP and/or CPP by persons who are eligible under special rules but not 
automatically included as active participants. (MPP Section 3.2 and CPP Section 3.2) 

IX. Conclusion 

Our constant aim is to provide our retired families with their needs for an adequate 
income to purchase essentials for living as well as to insure adequate care in case of 
illness. To these ends our recommendations are directed, and their satisfaction is 
found in the acceptance of the North Carolina Conference and its membership. 

Report C - Housing Exclusion Allowance 

RESOLUTION RELATING TO RENTAL/HOUSING ALLOWANCES FOR RETIRED 
OR DISABLED MINISTERS OF THIS CONFERENCE 

Whereas, the religious denomination known as The United Methodist Church has and 
functions through ministers of the gospel who are duly ordained or licensed; and 

Whereas, the practice of The United Methodist Church is to provide a parsonage or a 
rental allowance as part of the gross compensation for each of its active ordained or 
licensed ministers; and 

Whereas, pensions paid to retired ordained or licensed ministers of The United 
Methodist Church are considered as deferred compensation and are paid to said retired 
ordained or licensed ministers in consideration of previous, active service, and disability 
benefits are considered payments in lieu of compensation for active service; and 



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Whereas, the Internal Revenue Service has recognized that the North Carolina Annual 
Conference is the appropriate organization to desisgnate a housing/rental allowance for 
retired ordained or licensed ministers who are members of this Conference; and 

Whereas, the disabled minister has the same legal relationship to an Annual Con- 
ference as does the retired minister and, thus, this Annual Conference is also the ap- 
propriate organization to designate a housing/rental allowance for a disabled ordained or 
licensed minister who is a member of this Conference; 

Now therefore be it resolved: 

1 . An amount equal to 1 00% of the pension payments received by a retired mini- 
ster (including amounts received in this respect from the Duke Endowment), or 
100% of the disability benefit payments received by a disabled minister, during 
the year of 1 990-1 991 be and is hereby designated as a rental/housing allowance 
respectively for each retired or disabled ordained or licensed minister of the Gnited 
Methodist Church, who is or was a member of the North Carolina Annual Con- 
ference at the time of his or her retirement or disability. 

2. The pension or disability payment to which this rental/housing allowance applies 
shall be the pension or disability payment resulting from all service of such retired 
or disabled ordained or licensed minister from all employment by any local 
church, Annual Conference, General Agency, or institution of The Gnited 
Methodist Church or of any former denomination that is now a part of The Gnited 
Methodist Church, or from any other employer who employed the minister to per- 
form services related to the ministry and who elected to make contributions to 
the pension or benefit funds of The Gnited Methodist Church for such retired 
minister's pension or disabled minister's benefits. 

NOTE: The rental/housing allowance which may be excluded from a minister's 
gross income is limited to the lesser of (1) the amount of the rental/housing al- 
lowance designated by the minister's employer or other appropriate body, (2) the 
amount actually expended by the minister to provide his or her housing, or (3) 
the legally-determined fair rental value of the parsonage or other housing 
provided. As specified in Rev. Rul. 71-280, 1971 C.B.92, "the only amount that 
will qualify for exclusion under section 1 07(2) of the Code as 'rental allowance' 
is an amount equal to the fair rental value of the home, including furnishings 
and appurtenances such as a garage, plus the cost of utilities." Beginning in 
1 984, there is no longer a sick pay or disability income exclusion available with 
respect to disability benefit payments. Therefore, the full amount of disability 
benefit payments will be taxable income to the recipient beginning in 1 984. 

Report D - Ministers' Transition Fund Constitution 

THE PRINCIPLE OF THE FUND 

The Ministers' Transition Fund is established to assist the minister to more easily make 
the transition from the active relationship in which a furnished parsonage has been 
provided, to the retired relationship in which the minister provides his/her housing, by 
paying two lump sum benefits at the time of retirement. The fund is established by ap- 
portionments to each local church in the Outreach Ministries - Fair Share Apportionments 
and by assessments to each minister who has membership in the Fund. Since all chur- 
ches contribute to this Fund, it is the desire of the Annual Conference that all ministers 
participate in the Fund. We do not interpret the churches' support of the Ministers' Tran- 
sition Fund as an additional benefit for their minister, but a benefit for all ministers of the 
Conference. Therefore, the only funds to which a minister can make personal claim are 
those which he/she contributed to the Fund. We vigorously emphasize that this Fund is 
for the minister's retirement, and not any kind of emergency fund to be made available 
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The treasurer of the North Carolina Conference shall serve as treasurer of this Fund. 
He shall promote this work, receive reports from the district superintendents, receive funds 
from pastors and charges, and keep permanent records of collections and benefits paid. 
The treasurer shall obtain the names of all ministers retiring at each Annual Conference, 
who are eligible to receive the lump sum payment, and pay them promptly any benefits 
to which they are entitled. Retirement benefits are to be paid to each participating mini- 
ster at the time of his/her retirement (either at the regular time or at the earlier optional 
time) or when that minister is placed on disability leave. Retirement or disability will ter- 
minate any further participation in the Fund by any minister. 

ELIGIBILITY FOR MEMBERSHIP 

Each ministerial member of the North Carolina Annual Conference (associate, full, 
probationary, or full time local pastor) who is serving full time in a charge or as a district 
superintendent, a Conference ministerial staff person, or others who live in housing fur- 
nished by a North Carolina Annual Conference institution (Methodist Retirement Home, 
Inc.; Methodist Home for Children, Inc.; Louisburg College; Methodist College; North 
Carolina Wesleyan College) shall be eligible to join. In order to remain an active, participat- 
ing member, the ministerial member of the North Carolina Annual Conference (associate, 
full, probationary, or full-time local pastor) must continue to serve full time in a charge or 
other work, including students under episcopal appointment, or be granted a Leave of 
Absence by the Executive Session of the Annual Conference. Membership in this Fund 
is certainly in the minister's best interest, but it is not mandatory. The period of enrollment 
for all ministers is January 1-31 of each year, when full payment for previous year's ser- 
vice is made. 

Ministerial members who transfer into the Conference or new ministers receiving ap- 
pointments for the first time are eligible to join the Fund in January of the year following 
the Annual Conference session in which their credentials were recognized. Ministers in 
these categories applying for membership will be assessed on the basis of their total 
remuneration for the six months between July 1 and December 31 computed to a twelve 
months amount. 

A full time local pastor may continue as a member of the Ministers' Transition Fund 
only during the time he/she is serving under episcopal appointment and earning pension 
credit. 

Each new member of the Fund shall file an application form. Gpon filing of applica- 
tion for membership and paying the recommended assessment for one year, his/her mem- 
bership becomes effective. 

ASSESSMENTS 

Funds shall be placed in the Conference budget annually equal to an amount of one 
percent (1 %) of the total salaries and utilities paid to all pastors and associates of the Con- 
ference based upon the Conference Journal figures for the year preceding the year in 
which the budget request is made to the Annual Conference. This amount will be appor- 
tioned to charges on the same basis as all other Conference budget items. Each minister 
in a pastoral appointment shall pay into the Fund one percent (1 %) of all money exclud- 
ing travel he/she receives each year from the charge or charges he/she is serving and/or 
Conference sources (this includes salary, utility allowances, Equitable Salary Fund pay- 
ments, Duke Endowment Funds, and missionary sources). 

The Council on Finance and Administration shall make provision for payment equal 
to one percent (1 %) of salary usually paid by the charge for district superintendents and 
ministers employed by the Council on Ministries. District superintendents and Council on 
Ministries ministerial employees shall pay one percent (1 %) of their income designated as 
salary and utilities. 



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All other ministers who participate in the Fund shall pay a sum equivalent to two per- 
cent (2%) of their annual salary and utility allowances or two percent (2%) of the Con- 
ference average salary, whichever is greater. 

DEADLINE FOR RECEIPT OF PAYMENTS 

The fiscal year of the Ministers' Transition Fund shall be the same as that of the An- 
nual Conference fiscal year, January 1 through December 31 . Each member of the Fund 
shall submit the required payment no later than January 31 of each year. The Conference 
treasurer may accept payments after January 31 into the Fund, but before the dividend 
is declared, for legitimate emergency situations. Appeals of the treasurer's decisions may 
be made to the Fund's Hearing Committee upon request. No later than December 1 of 
each year, the Conference treasurer shall notify all members that this payment is due. Pay- 
ments made after January 31 will be credited to the minister's account for the following 
year. If he/she has been a member less than ten (1 0) years this delayed payment extends 
the period prior to dividend payments for one year. If the minister has been a member 
over ten (1 0) years, he/she will collect no dividends for the year of delayed payment. 

BASE BENEFITS 

Base benefits shall be paid to retired members of the Retirement Fund as follows: 

If retired at the end of one year of membership $200.00 

If retired at the end of two years of membership 300.00 

If retired at the end of three years of membership 400.00 

If retired at the end of four years of membership 500.00 

If retired at the end of five years of membership 600.00 

If retired at the end of six years of membership 700.00 

If retired at the end of seven years of membership 800.00 

If retired at the end of eight years of membership 900.00 

If retired at the end of nine years of membership 1 ,000.00 

If retired at the end of ten years of membership 1 , 1 00.00 

If retired at the end of eleven years of membership 1 ,200.00 

If retired at the end of twelve years of membership 1 ,300.00 

If retired at the end of thirteen years of membership 1 ,400.00 

If retired at the end of fourteen years of membership 1 ,500.00 

If retired at the end of fifteen years of membership 1 ,600.00 

If retired at the end of sixteen years of membership 1 ,700.00 

If retired at the end of seventeen years of membership 1 ,800.00 

If retired at the end of eighteen years of memberhsip 1 ,900.00 

If retired at the end of nineteen years of membership 2,000.00 

If retired at the end of twenty years of membership 2,1 00.00 

If retired at the end of twenty-one years of membership 2,200.00 

If retired at the end of twenty-two years of membership 2,300.00 

If retired at the end of twenty-three years of membership 2,400.00 

If retired at the end of twenty-four years of membership 2,500.00 

If retired at the end of twenty-five years of membership 2,600.00 

After ten years of membership, a member is eligible to receive dividends credited to 

his/her account and payable in addition to the base benefit upon retirement. 

DIVIDENDS 

Any funds remaining after retirement benefits have been paid to eligible members retir- 
ing at the Annual Conference shall be divided into equal parts and credited to the ac- 
counts of those who have been participating members for ten years or longer and are not 
in arrears for the previous year(s). 



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DEATH BENEFITS 

When a participating member of the Fund dies, the treasurer shall pay to his/her named 
beneficiary or beneficiaries designated, otherwise pay to his/her estate, the full amount of 
the basic benefit payments plus the dividends added to his/her account. In the event that 
a minister dies prior to the time that dividends are earned, the beneficiary or beneficiaries 
designated, or otherwise the estate, shall receive the full amount of the basic benefit pay- 
ments plus the principal amount contributed by the participating member. In no case 
would the beneficiary/beneficiaries or estate receive less at the time of the minister's death 
than the member's contributions plus passbook interest. 

Each member shall provide the Conference treasurer and the Board of Pensions a 
statement, naming the beneficiary or beneficiaries to whom these funds are to be paid in 
the event of death before retirement. 

PAYMENT OF RETIREMENT BENEFITS 

At retirement, members who have accrued the same years credit in the Fund (during 
the same years) will receive exactly the same benefit regardless of their total individual 
contributions. 

A minister who retires with less than ten (1 0) years credit in the Fund will be paid im- 
mediately following the session of the Annual Conference at which time he/she retires, 
the total amount as prescribed by the formula for retired members. A minister with ten 
(1 0) or more years credit in the Fund shall be paid in two payments, an amount equal to 
the total dividend accrued plus the base payment for the years of membership. The first 
payment shall be the amount on which the member has paid taxes and the second pay- 
ment shall be for the balance in the member's account. The remainder of the amount 
accrued to the minister's credit shall be paid to him/her in a lump sum between January 
1 and January 1 of the year following the year in which the minister retires. This amount 
will draw simple interest from Jury 1 to December 31 computed at the current bank 
passbook interest rate paid by a bank located in the city of Raleigh (the "passbook rate") 
in effect on December 1 5 prior to the January payment. The total January payment should 
be reported as ordinary income for income tax purposes. In no case would the member 
receive less at retirement than the member's contributions plus passbook interest. 

Any minister continuing to serve, but who has attained the age of 60 prior to July 1 , 
following Annual Conference, but who has not reached age 70, may terminate from the 
Ministers' Transition Fund under the provisions of the retirement policy by making a writ- 
ten request to the Conference treasurer not later than the last day of Annual Conference. 

DISABILITY LEAVE 

A minister who is approved for and placed on disability leave may elect to receive pay- 
ment of benefits under one of the following options: 

1 . The same as a retiring minister. 

2. The same as a transferring member. 

3. Remain as an active member and pay two percent (2%) of the disability pay received 
from all sources. 

4 . Receive all benefits within ten ( 1 0) days following the determination of disability status 
by the Conference Joint Committee on Disability. 

The minister shall notify the Conference treasurer in writing of his/her choice of option 
within ten (1 0) days following the adjournment of Annual Conference or declaration of 
disability leave. In no case would the member receive less than the member's contribu- 
tions plus passbook interest. 

LEAVE OF ABSENCE 

A minister who is approved for and placed on Leave of Absence may elect to: 



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1 . Remain an active member by paying 2% of the Conference Average Salary while on 
leave. 

2. Have his/her funds held until the minister returns to active service. The minister may 
reinstate his/her payments and dividend earnings to be effective at the time the leave 
is terminated. 

MEMBERSHIP TRANSFERRING 

Any ministerial member who leaves the North Carolina Conference by transfer to 
another annual conference of The United Methodist Church will not make any further 
payment to the Fund. He/she may leave his/her holdings (including dividends, if any) in 
the Fund until retirement. If this is done, the retirement benefit will be computed as of the 
date of transfer from the North Carolina Conference with passbook interest added from 
that date to the date of retirement. If the funds are held, and the minister returns to the 
North Carolina Conference, he/she may reinstate his/her payments and dividend earn- 
ings, effective at the time of transfer back into this Conference. 

PENALTIES 

If any member of the Fund fails to contribute his/her required contribution for three 
consecutive years, he/she shall be required to withdraw from membership in the Fund. 

WITHDRAWING FROM THE FUND 

If a member desires to withdraw from the Fund prior to retirement, upon a written re- 
quest to the Conference treasurer and the Board of Pensions, he/she shall receive an 
amount equal to the amount he/she has paid into the Fund, plus the simple interest com- 
puted at the "passbook rate" which was in effect each year he/she was participating in the 
Fund, and terminate his/her membership in the Fund. 

Each member whose membership is terminated in the Fund in any way will provide 
the Conference treasurer with a statement indicating that he/she has received funds for 
which he/she is eligible, and that he/she is no longer a member of the Fund. Any mini- 
ster leaving the North Carolina Conference to join another denomination will be required 
to withdraw from the Fund and payment will be made to the minister according to the 
above formula. 

REINSTATEMENT 

A member who has withdrawn from the Fund may not be reinstated, but is required 
to begin anew as though he/she were a new member. A minister shall not be permitted 
to join the Ministers' Transition Fund more than two (2) times during his/her ministerial 
career. 

HEARING COMMITTEE 

The chairperson of the Board of Pensions shall annually nominate and the Board elect 
a committee of five (5) persons, keeping a balance between clergy, laity, race, and gender, 
to have authority to arbitrate on behalf of the Board of Pensions between Annual Con- 
ference sessions concerning matters that relate to, but are not specifically covered by, the 
Constitution of the Ministers' Transition Fund. 

NEW RULES AND CONSTITUTIONAL PROVISIONS 

At the time these rules and guidelines are adopted, all previous legislation regulating 
this Fund shall be null and void. 
Report E - Recommendations for Pastors' Total Years of Pension Credit 

It has been the goal of the Board of Pensions of the North Carolina Annual Conference 
to establish the correct years of pension credit for each pastor of the North Carolina Con- 
ference for which the Conference has pension responsibility. 



352 

In order that this objective be achieved, each pastor was requested to provide relevant 
information concerning his/her pastoral status, appointments served, etc. This informa- 
tion was compared with information found in the Conference Journals and with the 
records of the General Board of Pensions. Each pastor's record was presented to the Con- 
ference Board of Pensions. The Board then makes the recommendation to the Annual 
Conference for the total years that have been established for each pastor. Each pastor, 
whose pension record was researched, was notified of the total years of pension credit. 
Also, the pastor was asked to sign a statement verifying agreement with the years of pen- 
sion credit. If the pastor did not agree with the total years of pension credit, he/she was 
given the opportunity to request a hearing with the Review Committee of the Board of 
Pensions to present evidence which might affect the total years of credit. If the pastor was 
not satisfied with the recommendation of the Review Committee, he/she can appear 
before the full Board of Pensions to present reasons for the years of pension credit to be 
corrected. Although some hearings have been conducted, there are some yet outstand- 
ing. The Conference Board of Pensions has the responsibility to determine and recom- 
mend the years that are approved for pension credit. (See 111 606.6, p. 61 1 , The Book 
of Discipline, 1988). 

It is the goal of the Conference Board of Pensions to have completed establishing the 
pension record of each pastor of this conference by the 1 991 Session of the Annual Con- 
ference. The following procedures are recommended to reach this objective: 

1. All records researched and confirmed in writing by the respective pastors are 
presented to this session of the Annual Conference, indicating the year the research 
was completed, for action. 

2. Where the Conference Journal shows a pastor in two different categories, the Board 
of Pensions has recommended the category of ministry that provides the pastor the 
greater benefit towards his/her pension. 

3. Some pastors have provided the information requested, but their names do not ap- 
pear. This means there is some question about their total years of pension credit and 
further study is being made. When the work is completed, each pastor will be in- 
formed as to his/her total years. These persons' records will be included in a future 
Board of Pensions' Report. 

4. A diligent effort will be made to obtain necessary information from those pastors who, 
as of now, have not furnished the Board of Pensions with the needed information to 
establish their total years of pension credit. When the research for these pastors' 
records is completed and acted upon by the North Carolina Annual Conference 
Board of Pensions, they will be presented to the Annual Conference for action. 

It is the goal of the Board of Pensions of the North Carolina Annual Conference 
to present the service records of all pastors heretofore not acted upon by the Annual 
Conference, even though the information has not been provided by the minister. For 
these persons the years of pension credit will be determined by information obtained 
from Conference Journals and/or records of the General Board of Pensions. 

The Annual Conference session cannot revise or correct any pastor's years of pen- 
sion credit until a recommendation comes from the Board of Pensions to the Annual 
Conference for such action. (See HI 606.6, p. 61 1 , The Book of Discipline, 1988). 



353 

MPP/CPP YRS. TOTAL YRS. 

RESEARCHED NCPRE-1982 JAM 1,82 PENSION 

NAME THRGYR. SERVICE YRS. FORWARD* CREDIT 

Aaron, Jr., Charles L 1988 0.00 2.00 2.00 

Adams, Anthony A 1 989 0.00 1 .00 1 .00 

Aills, Lovell 1988 22.50 6.50 29.00 

Alexander, Frank 1989 8.50 1 .50 10.00 

Alexander, Joseph C 1988 12.00 0.00 12.00 

Allen, Frank Bruce 1989 0.00 6.00 6.00 

Allred, Gary E 1988 0.00 1 .00 1 .00 

Andrews, John C 1988 20.50 6.50 27.00 

Armstrong, R. Martin 1988 2.50 6.50 9.00 

Bachmann, Anne Torrance . . 1 989 0.00 1 .00 1 .00 

Bacote, Thomas B 1989 0.00 5.50 5.50 

Bailey, James E 1988 0.00 2.00 2.00 

Baker, M. Randall 1987 24.50 5.50 30.00 

Baldridge, Robert Lee 1989 25.50 7.50 33.00 

Banks, David A 1988 0.00 4.00 4.00 

Barber, Morris 1988 14.50 6.50 21 .00 

Barber, Wilson Edward 1989 12.50 7.50 20.00 

Barbour, Berry 1988 15.00 6.50 21 .50 

Barfield, Warren Clark 1988 8.50 6.50 15.00 

Barker, Michael R 1988 0.00 2.00 2.00 

Bedsworth, Ellis J 1987 26.50 5.50 32.00 

Beeson, Jr., Gilbert W 1988 4.00 0.00 4.00 

Belcher, Carl D 1988 0.00 1 .00 1 .00 

Benfield, Jack M 1988 14.50 6.50 21 .00 

Benson, David C 1988 0.00 2.00 2.00 

Bergland, Robert E 1988 1 .50 6.50 8.00 

Best, Nancy Ruth 1988 7.50 4.25 11.75 

Bethea, Joseph B 1988 4.50 6.50 1 1 .00 

Blaisdell, Roger A 1988 0.00 5.00 5.00 

Blanchard, George F 1988 13.00 6.50 19.50 

Blue, John R 1988 11.50 0.00 11.50 

Bogie, Edward F 1988 8.00 6.50 14.50 

Bone, Sr., Jesse V 1988 18.50 6.50 25.00 

Boone, Paul W 1988 24.00 6.50 30.50 

Bowen, Jr., Everett Richard . . .1988 0.00 2.00 2.00 

Boyette, Lynwood C 1989 10.00 7.50 17.50 

Boykin, William A 1988 0.00 6.00 6.00 

Bradshaw, Francis A 1988 18.50 6.50 25.00 

Branch, Johnny H 1988 6.50 6.50 13.00 

Braswell, Kermit L 1988 20.50 6.50 27.00 

Braswell, William E 1988 4.75 6.50 1 1 .25 

Brooks, Rex E 1988 4.00 6.50 10.50 

Brown, James Stanley 1988 0.00 3.00 3.00 

Brown, Lisa Ann 1989 0.00 4.00 4.00 

Brown, Wesley F 1988 7.25 0.00 7.25 

Brown, RalphA 1988 1.50 6.50 8.00 



354 

MPP/CPPYRS. TOTAL YRS. 

RESEARCHED MCPRE-1982 JAM 1,82 PENSION 

NAME THRGYR. SERVICE YRS. FORWARD* CREDIT 

Brunson, Jesse 1988 1.25 6.50 7.75 

Bryant, Terry A 1988 5.50 6.50 12.00 

Bryant, Charles Vernon 1989 22.50 7.50 30.00 

Bundy, Robert F 1988 24.50 6.50 31 .00 

Bunn, Paul G 1988 25.50 6.50 33.00 

(Bunn's pension for the year 1 961 -62 is the responsibility of GBGM) 

Burnside, Jr., HobartW 1989 17.50 7.50 25.00 

Butson, John D 1988 4.50 6.50 11.00 

Burke, Paul Lee 1989 0.00 2.00 2.00 

Byrd, Douglas L 1988 22.75 6.50 29.25 

Byrd, Nathan H 1988 23.50 6.50 30.00 

Byrd, Jr., A. D 1987 31.25 5.50 36.75 

Cameron, Hugh H 1988 19.50 6.50 26.00 

Campbell, Jerry D 1988 0.00 0.00 0.00 

Capps, Clingman C 1988 22.50 6.50 29.00 

Carden, Billy M 1988 20.50 6.50 27.00 

Carson, William Eric 1988 10.50 6.50 17.00 

Carter, Theodore Von 1989 13.50 7.50 21.00 

Cartwright, Mary Wilder 1988 0.00 3.00 3.00 

Casteel, Joseph Wayne 1989 0.00 1.00 1.00 

Caviness, James W 1989 9.50 7.50 17.00 

Cheezem, Clyde B 1988 14.50 6.50 21.00 

Clarke, W. Thomas 1988 20.75 6.50 27.25 

Clayton, Richard Thomas 1988 0.00 5.00 5.00 

Cleary, Wayne R 1989 0.00 3.00 3.00 

Cleary, Patricia 1989 0.00 3.00 3.00 

Clements, William Earl 1988 7.50 6.50 14.00 

Oft, David S 1988 6.50 6.50 13.00 

Clive, MaryAlene 1989 0.00 3.00 3.00 

Cryburn, Margaret Claire 1989 0.00 2.00 2.00 

Cobb, A. Gene 1988 1.00 6.50 7.50 

Collins, Thomas A 1988 21.00 6.50 27.50 

Compton, Stephen C 1988 4.50 6.50 1 1 .00 

Cook, Charles M 1988 1.00 6.50 7.50 

Cottingham, John G 1988 2.00 0.00 2.00 

Cottingham, William T 1989 7.50 7.50 15.00 

Covington, J. Quinton 1988 2.00 6.50 8.50 

Craig, Robert B 1988 0.00 3.00 3.00 

Crane, Larry D 1989 0.00 1.00 1.00 

Creech, James E 1988 11.50 6.50 18.00 

Cribb, George F 1987 0.00 5.50 5.50 

Crowe, John M 1988 0.00 5.00 5.00 

Cumbest, Christopher 1989 0.00 1.00 1.00 

Cummings, S. Dufrene 1988 3.00 6.50 9.50 

Cuthrell, Billy B 1988 11.50 4.50 16.00 

Cyr, Ronald Dale 1989 6.00 0.00 6.00 



355 

MPP/CPP YRS. TOTAL YRS. 

RESEARCHED NCPRE-1982 JAN 1,82 PENSION 

NAME THRUYR. SERVICE YRS. FORWARD* CREDIT 

Daniel, M. Francis 1988 3.00 6.50 9.50 

Davis, Michael A 1988 5.50 6.50 1 2.00 

Davis, Gerry Geard 1989 5.50 7.50 13.00 

Dawkins, Donald M 1988 0.00 6.50 6.50 

DeHart, Jr., Murray L 1988 22.50 6.50 29.00 

Denny, Clyde A 1988 0.00 2.00 2.00 

Dietrich, Ronald 1989 0.00 1.00 1 .00 

Dillon, Frederick F 1988 12.50 6.50 19.00 

Dixon, Jr., Samuel W 1988 7.50 6.50 14.00 

Dodson, Jerry Stephen 1988 7.50 6.50 14.00 

Doucette, Leonard F 1988 6.50 6.50 13.00 

Draper, H. Dennis 1989 8.00 1 .00 9.00 

Dulaney, Earl G 1988 10.50 6.50 17.00 

Ebert, B. Wayne 1988 0.00 3.00 3.00 

Edge, G. Lloyd 1988 15.50 6.50 22.00 

Edwards, Patricia A 1989 0.00 2.00 2.00 

Eldredge, Robert K 1988 0.00 2.00 2.00 

EUer, Carl 1988 7.50 6.50 14.00 

Elliott, Michael H 1988 1.50 6.50 8.00 

Elliott, Roger V 1988 13.50 6.50 20.00 

Ellis, Wallace M 1987 27.25 5.50 32.75 

Epperson, J. Sidney 1988 25.50 6.50 32.00 

Estes, Gayla Greene 1989 5.50 5.50 1 1.00 

Eure, Jr., Aydlett 1987 0.00 4.50 4.50 

Evans, Tommy L 1988 0.25 6.50 6.75 

Everett, Glenn B 1988 4.00 6.50 10.50 

Fair, Leonard 1988 0.00 2.00 2.00 

Farmer, Penny Dollar 1989 1.50 7.50 9.00 

Felton, Gayle C 1988 0.00 0.00 0.00 

Fitzgerald, Jr., F. Owen 1987 29.25 5.50 34.75 

Fisher, Albert F 1987 20.50 0.00 20.50 

Flynn, Sr., Robert C 1988 1 1 .50 6.50 18.00 

Forbes, Joseph Wayne 1989 11.00 7 50 18.50 

Fowler, Leon Delanoa 1989 0.00 2.00 2.00 

Frazier, Jr., R. Carl 1988 1.00 6.50 7.50 

Gamer, KimberlyAnn 1989 0.00 1.00 1.00 

Gattis, William H 1988 14.00 6.50 20.50 

Gentle, Brian G 1988 15.50 6.50 22.00 

Gerber, John E 1989 0.00 2.00 2.00 

Gibson, Alan C 1988 4.50 6.50 11 .00 

Gillikin, HaywoodW 1989 0.00 4.00 4.00 

Glass, J. Conrad 1988 13.25 0.00 13.25 

Glesener, Kevin 1988 0.00 1.00 1.00 

Goehring, David J 1988 4.50 6.50 11.00 

Goldston, Linda 1989 0.00 2.00 2.00 



356 

MPP/CPP YRS. TOTAL YRS. 

RESEARCHED NCPRE-1982 JAN 1,82 PENSION 

NAME THRCJYR. SERVICE YRS. FORWARD* CREDIT 

Goodwin, Dennis M 1988 4.00 6.50 10.50 

Grant, Henry B 1988 3.50 6.50 10.00 

Graves, Walter L 1988 0.00 2.00 2.00 

Greene, Harold William 1 988 4.50 6.50 1 1 .00 

Grill,C. Franklin 1987 28.25 5.50 33.75 

Guillemette, Joel B 1989 0.00 2.00 2.00 

Gunter, Edwin M 1988 9.50 6.50 16.00 

Hackett, Charles M 1988 8.00 6.50 14.50 

Haddock, William A 1988 3.50 6.50 10.00 

Hadley, J. Milton 1988 6.25 0.00 6.25 

Hall, Sr., William Kenneth ... 1989 4.50 7.50 12.00 

Hamilton, Riley T 1989 0.00 0.00 0.00 

Hamm, Rodney G 1988 6.50 6.50 13.00 

Hardt, Otto H. C 1988 3.00 6.50 9.50 

Hargrove, Robert H 1988 0.50 6.50 7.00 

Harper, Ruth E 1988 4.50 6.50 1 1 .00 

Harrington, William David . . . 1989 0.00 1.00 1.00 

Harris, James H 1988 8.50 6.50 15.00 

Harris, Jr., Robert G 1988 7.75 0.00 7.75 

Harris, Don Lee 1988 27.25 6.50 33.75 

Harsh-Cafferty, Susan L 1988 0.00 6.00 6.00 

Harvin, David L 1988 6.50 6.50 13.00 

Harwood John E 1988 8.50 6.50 15.00 

Herring, Charles M 1988 8.00 6.50 14.50 

Hewett, William Oscar 1989 0.00 1 .00 1 .00 

Hill, Ralph M 1988 15.00 6.50 21 .50 

Hill, D. Christopher 1989 0.00 3.00 3.00 

Hill, II, Edward F 1988 3.50 6.50 10.00 

Hinson, Walter M 1988 0.00 2.00 2.00 

Hobbs, Michael B 1988 6.00 6.50 12.50 

Holliday, William Ervin 1989 0.00 2.00 2.00 

Hollis, Thomas M 1989 0.00 5.75 5.75 

Hoogerland, Thomas D 1988 8.50 6.50 15.00 

Hooper, Dennis T 1989 0.00 1 .00 1 .00 

Home, Alvin Matthew 1988 3.00 6.50 9.50 

Huffines, Terry L 1988 3.50 6.50 10.00 

Hull, Douglas R 1988 0.00 3.00 3.00 

Hunnings, Bess G 1988 0.00 4.00 4.00 

Hunter, JackM 1988 20.50 6.50 27.00 

Hunter, Jack L 1989 21 .50 7.50 29.00 

Hutchinson, Charles H 1989 24.50 7.50 32.00 

Ingram, Geraldine D. 1989 1 .50 7.50 9.00 

Jeffries, William M 1988 16.50 6.50 23.00 

Jenkins, David 1988 1.50 1.50 3.00 

Jenkins, Edith Dudley 1989 0.00 1 .00 1 .00 



357 

MPP/CPP YRS. TOTAL YRS. 

RESEARCHED NCPRE-1982 JAM 1,82 PENSION 

NAME THRGYR. SERVICE YRS. FORWARD* CREDIT 

Jenks, George K 1989 0.00 2.00 2.00 

Jernigan, Julius Oscar 1988 5.25 0.00 5.25 

Jessee, D. Douglas 1988 13.50 6.50 20.00 

Johnson, C. Reginald 1 988 1 1 .00 0.00 1 1 .00 

Johnson, George W 1 988 23.50 6.50 30.00 

Johnson, Doris J 1 989 0.00 3.00 3.00 

Jones, Scott Francis 1 989 0.00 2.50 2.50 

Jones, L Gregory 1988 0.00 0.00 0.00 

Jones, George A 1988 2.50 6.50 9.00 

Jones, Linwood S 1988 0.00 6.50 6.50 

Jones, Susan P 1988 0.00 2.00 2.00 

Joyner, Jr., F. Belton 1988 22.50 6.50 29.00 

Kasper, John Mark 1988 1.50 6.50 8.00 

Kennedy, Mark H 1988 1 .50 6.50 8.00 

Kelly, Linda, M 1988 0.00 2.00 2.00 

King, Jr., A. Kimsey 1988 26.50 6.50 33.00 

Kirby, Wallace H 1987 29.25 5.50 34.75 

Kirby, Stephen H 1989 0.00 1.00 1.00 

Knowles, Russell R 1988 18.50 6.50 25.00 

Kraatz, Christian L 1988 50 6.50 7.00 

Lancaster, Maurice L 1 988 3.00 6.50 9.50 

Lane, Barry L 1988 2.50 6.50 9.00 

Langley, Delores Ann 1989 0.00 0.00 0.00 

Lee, James Carroll 1988 9.50 6.50 16.00 

Lee, Don Paul 1987 9.50 5.50 15.00 

Lee, Henry W 1988 10.00 6.50 16.50 

Leeland, Paul L 1988 8.00 6.50 14.50 

Levis, Susan E 1988 4.25 0.00 4.25 

Lewis, Wallace B 1988 9.50 6.50 16.00 

Lewis, Richard F 1988 12.00 6.50 18.50 

Lister, Joe D 1988 6.00 6.50 12.50 

Little, Steven N 1988 0.00 4.00 4.00 

Litzenberger, Charles M 1988 9.25 6.50 15.75 

Uoyd, Frank 1 1988 23.50 6.50 30.00 

Locklear, William James 1988 1.50 6.50 8.00 

Loftis, Thomas E 1988 20.50 6.50 27.00 

Lovelace, Henry N 1988 14.00 6.50 20.50 

Lowdermilk, William P 1989 12.00 0.00 12.00 

Lowry, Jerry 1988 0.25 6.50 6.75 

Loy, James C 1988 25.25 6.50 31.75 

Loy, Samuel W 1988 0.25 6.50 6.75 

Madison, Jr. JohnTalton . . . .1989 0.00 6.00 6.00 

Malloy, David 1989 0.00 7.50 7.50 

Maness, Tracy A 1988 5.00 0.00 5.00 

Mangum, Robert L 1988 23.50 6.50 30.00 



358 

MPP/CPPYRS. TOTAL YRS. 

RESEARCHED NCPRE-1982 JAN 1,82 PENSION 

NAME THRCJYR. SERVICE YRS. FORWARD* CREDIT 

Mann, W. Joseph 1988 10.50 2.50 13.00 

Mann, Milton T 1988 22.50 6.50 29.00 

Marshall, Judith McGuire 1989 0.00 1.00 1.00 

Marshall, Jeffrey J 1988 0.00 4.00 4.00 

Martin, III, Sam F 1989 0.00 1.00 1.00 

Martin, Dwight E 1988 0.00 2.00 2.00 

Mashburn, Mark D 1988 0.00 2.00 2.00 

Massey, Gerald R 1988 13.50 6.50 20.00 

Maultsby, III, J. Alex 1989 2.50 1.50 4.00 

May, Raegan V 1989 0.00 1.00 1.00 

Maynard, Philip R 1989 0.00 3.00 3.00 

Mayo, Leonard E 1988 26.50 6.50 33.00 

McAdams, David S 1988 0.00 6.00 6.00 

McKee, Robert F 1987 29.25 5.50 34.75 

McKenzie, Charles E 1988 6.50 6.50 13.00 

McKenzie, Jr., G. Robert 1987 28.25 5.50 33.75 

McLawhon, Robert T 1989 0.00 0.75 0.75 

McLean, James Harold 1989 0.00 4.00 4.00 

McLendon, J. Earl 1988 6.00 6.50 12.50 

McLeod, Walter M 1989 0.00 5.00 5.00 

McMillan, III, Samuel D 1988 0.00 2.00 2.00 

McPherson, Bruce 1988 0.00 2.00 2.00 

McQuade, J. Stanley 1988 0.00 0.00 0.00 

MeMn, Jr., Fallon 1988 0.00 6.50 6.50 

MeMn, Thomas G 1988 3.00 6.50 9.50 

Merchant, Michele R 1988 50 6.50 7.00 

Mickey, PaulA 1989 0.00 0.00 0.00 

Miller, Joanna C 1989 0.00 2.00 2.00 

Milton.Stuart McRae 1989 0.00 3.00 3.00 

Mitchell, John D 1988 21.50 6.50 28.00 

Mitchell, William K 1988 0.00 3.00 3.00 

Moore, StanleyC 1988 0.00 2.00 2.00 

Morgan, Deborah 1989 0.00 2.00 2.00 

Morgan, Robert W 1988 20.50 6.50 27.00 

Morrison, J. Edward 1988 12.50 6.50 19.00 

Morrison, Charles K 1988 8.00 6.50 14.50 

Moser, Rick A 1988 5.50 6.50 12.00 

Mott, Joyce Reynolds 1989 0.00 1.00 1.00 

Myers,Charles D 1988 9.00 5.00 14.00 

Nanney, R. Keith 1988 3.50 6.50 10.00 

OBriant, Clarence E 1988 8.50 6.50 15.00 

O'Keef, Robert D. 1988 7.00 6.50 13.50 

Old, Marshall R 1988 8.50 6.50 15.00 

Oldham, Kirk Bradley 1989 0.00 1.00 1.00 

Ormond, Jr., John K 1988 6.75 0.00 6.75 

Osborn, Robert T 1987 0.00 0.00 0.00 

Osteen, E. Powell 1988 0.00 4.00 4.00 



359 

MPP/CPP YRS. TOTAL YRS 

RESEARCHED NCPRE-1982 JAN 1,82 PENSION 

NAME THRCJYR. SERVICE YRS. FORWARD* CREDIT 

Owen, III, J. Malloy 1 987 29.50 5.50 35.00 

Owen, Travis W 1988 25.50 6.50 32.00 

Owens, Charles Edward 1989 23.00 7.50 30.50 

Pace, James H 1989 0.00 0.00 0.00 

Page, Jack Ward 1989 0.00 2.00 2.00 

Parker, Richard 1989 0.00 2.00 2.00 

Parnell, Evander 1988 15.50 6.50 22.00 

Paschal, John S 1988 17.50 6.50 24.00 

Pate, R. Bruce 1987 28.25 5.50 33.75 

Patton, George Ronald 1989 4.50 6.50 1 1 .00 

Payne, Argel H 1988 16.25 6.50 22.75 

Pearce, H. Worth 1987 26.50 5.50 32.00 

Phillips, G. Paul 1988 19.50 6.50 26.00 

Phillips, J. Donald 1988 15.50 6.50 22.00 

Pickett, HaroldT 1987 21.50 5.50 27.00 

Pierce, Charlene Horton 1989 0.00 2.00 2.00 

Pittman, Charles R 1988 0.00 3.50 3.50 

Pollock, Charles L 1988 1 1.00 6.50 17.50 

Ponder, Reginald W 1988 22.50 6.50 29.00 

Potter, Jr., Benjamin F 1988 15.00 0.00 15.00 

Presnell, William M 1988 8.50 6.50 1 5.00 

Pruett, Vickie S 1988 0.00 2.00 2.00 

Pullman, Roberts 1988 24.50 6.50 31.00 

Radford, Jack R 1988 0.00 5.00 5.00 

Rattz, Robert E 1988 8.50 6.50 15.00 

Ray, Robert H 1989 5.50 7.50 13.00 

Reavis, Jr., James L 1988 2.00 6.50 8.50 

Redmond, Robert 1988 8.50 6.50 1 5.00 

Reed, Richard G 1988 0.00 2.00 2.00 

Renn, William D 1988 0.00 2.00 2.00 

Ricks, Jr., R. Dennis 1988 26.50 6.50 33.00 

Roberts, John M 1988 19.50 6.50 26.00 

Roberts, Frederick E 1988 5.50 6.50 12.00 

Robinson, Larry 1989 0.00 4.00 4.00 

Rouse, Jere A 1988 0.00 6.50 6.50 

Rouse, Benjamin C 1988 18.50 6.50 25.00 

Russell, Timothy John 1989 0.00 3.00 3.00 

Russell, John M 1989 0.00 2.00 2.00 

Ruth, William A 1989 17.50 5.50 23.00 

Safley, Michael W 1988 8.50 5.50 14.00 

Scanlan, Carla 1989 0.00 0.00 0.00 

Scott, Julian W 1988 20.00 6.50 26.50 

Scott, Jr., Paul B 1988 23.50 6.50 30.00 

Seate, Billy F 1988 10.00 6.50 16.50 

Shannonhouse, Richard 1988 0.00 6.00 6.00 



360 

MPP/CPP YRS. TOTAL YRS. 

RESEARCHED NCPRE-1982 JAN 1,82 PENSION 

NAME THRUYR. SERVICE YRS. FORWARD* CREDIT 

Sharp, Richard Cleveland 1989 0.00 1 .00 1 .00 

Sharpe, IV, William 1988 11.00 4.00 15.00 

Shaw, Jr., Caswell E 1988 17.50 6.50 24.00 

Sheets, Branson R 1989 0.00 2.00 2.00 

Sheppard, Dennis R 1988 3.50 6.50 10.00 

Sherman, Jr., W. William .... 1988 28.75 6.50 35.25 

Shields, Robert S 1988 0.00 4.00 4.00 

Shuler, Albert 1989 5.50 7.50 13.00 

Smith, A. Clayton 1988 7.50 1.50 9.00 

Smith, Bobby E 1988 11.50 6.50 18.00 

Smith, Carolyn Reed 1989 0.00 4.00 4.00 

Smith, Charles C 1988 7.00 6.50 13.50 

Smith Charles M 1988 17.00 6.50 23.50 

Smith, George Jerome 1989 0.00 3.00 3.00 

Smith, Granville Earl 1989 0.00 1.00 1.00 

Smith, Ira H 1988 1 .50 6.50 8.00 

Smith, J. Thomas 1988 21 .50 6.50 28.00 

Smith, JudiJ 1988 6.50 6.50 13.00 

Smith, W. Thomas 1988 0.00 4.00 4.00 

Snyder, Nevin D 1988 3.75 6.50 10.25 

Southern, H. Gray 1988 1.50 6.50 8.00 

Speake, George D 1988 4.50 6.50 1 1 .00 

Speight, John C 1988 0.00 2.00 2.00 

Spence, Clinton W 1989 0.00 1.00 1.00 

Spencer, William C 1988 14.50 6.50 21 .00 

Stallsworth, Paul 1988 4.50 2.00 6.50 

Stanfield, Edwin Douglas .... 1989 3.50 0.00 3.50 

Stanley, Bruce E 1988 0.00 3.00 3.00 

Stanley, Richard A 1988 1 .50 6.50 8.00 

Stark, II, Rufus H 1988 27.25 6.50 33.75 

Steinmetz, David C 1989 0.00 0.00 0.00 

Stone, III, Richard L 1988 2.50 6.50 9.00 

Stone, W. Denver 1989 0.00 0.00 0.00 

Strong, Donald B 1988 0.00 6.50 6.50 

Strother, Jonathan E 1988 0.00 6.00 6.00 

Summey, James L 1988 11.50 6.50 18.00 

Sykes, Roy Michael 1989 0.00 7.00 7.00 

Tatum, Jimmie R 1988 3.00 6.50 9.50 

Taylor, Bruce D 1988 18.50 6.50 25.00 

Taylor, William V 1988 13.00 6.50 19.50 

Teachey, Wilbur C 1988 27.25 6.50 33.75 

Thomas, Wayne E 1988 7.25 6.50 13.75 

Thomason, Marshall K 1988 0.00 3.00 3.00 

Thompson, Jr., E. M. 1988 25.50 6.50 32.00 

Thompson, Erieen Geiselle . . .1989 0.00 0.00 0.00 

Tisdale, W. Eugene 1988 26.50 6.50 33.00 

Townsend, William C 1988 1.75 6.50 8.25 



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NAME 



MPP/CPP YRS. TOTAL YRS. 

RESEARCHED NCPRE-1982 JAM 1,82 PENSION 

THRCJYR. SERVICE YRS. FORWARD* CREDIT 



Trotter, J. Albert 1 988 

Tysinger, Richard M 1 988 

Tyson, Jr., Bobby 1988 



0.00 . . . 


6.00 


6.00 


0.00 . . . 


3.00 . 


3 00 


0.00 . . . 


2.00 


2.00 



Vaughan, Richard C 1 988 9.50 



6.50 



16.00 



Wade, David C 

Wall, Randy L 

Wall, Shelly Wilson . . . 
Wanger, Stephen 

Ward, James B 

Ward, Richard L 

Ward, Herman N 

Ward, Hope M 

Warren, Jr., James I. . . 
Warren, W. Arthur . . . 

Watford, T. Scott 

Wells, Jr., WoodrowW. 
Wentz, W. Allen 



.. 1 

.. 1 

.. 1 

. . 1 

.. 1 

.. 1 

.. 1 

. 1 

. 1 

. 1 

. 1 

. 1 

.. 1 

Wethington, Mark W 1 

Whitaker, Karen H 1 

Wiggins, Carson O. ... 

Wilburn, William Joseph 

Wilkerson, Richard P. . . 

Williams, William F. . . . 

Williams, Johnnie J. ... 

Williams, Roger C 

Williford, Gladys R 

Willingham, Malcolm C. 

Wilson, Claude T 

Wilson, James Lough . . 

Wilson, III, Ben H 

Winston, III, Joseph Jay 

Wise, Denny Claude . . . 

Witt, Peggy Ormsby . . . 

Witt, William J 

Wittman, Raymond K. . . 

Wolfe, William L 

Womack, LaVerne B. . . . 

Woodard, John R 

Woodhouse, Andrea Reese . . .1 

Woodhouse, David William . . . 1 

Worth, Sr., Leroy 1 

Wright, Jeffrey W 1 



988 
988 
989 
988 
988 
989 
988 
988 
989 
988 
989 
988 
987 
988 
988 
988 
989 
988 
989 
988 
989 
988 
988 
988 
988 
988 
989 
988 
989 
989 
989 
988 
989 
987 
989 
989 
989 
988 



.00 
.00 
.00 
.00 
.00 
.00 
.50 
.50 
.25 
.25 
.00 
.50 
.75 
.00 
.50 
.50 
.00 
.00 
.25 
.50 
.00 
.50 
.00 
.50 
.00 
.50 
00 
50 
00 
.00 
.50 
.50 
.00 
.00 
.00 
.00 
.00 
.00 



6.50 8.50 

6.50 13.50 

.1.00 1.00 

2.00 2.00 

5.00 5.00 

1.00 1.00 

6.50 25.00 

6.50 9.00 

0.00 6.25 

6.50 6.75 

2.00 2.00 

6.50 18.00 

5.50 35.25 

5.00 5.00 

6.50 7.00 

6.50 21.00 



1.00 
4.00 
7.50 
0.00 
2.00 



1.00 
4.00 
9.75 
8.50 
2.00 



6.50 16.00 

0.00 4.00 

6.50 27.00 

2.00 3.00 

6.50 27.00 

2.50 2.50 

6.50 22.00 

1.00 100 

3.00 3.00 

7.50 9.00 

6.50 23.00 

6.00 1100 



Young, Stephen E 1988 7.50 

Yow, William Joseph 1989 0.50 



4.00 
0.00 
0.00 
1.00 
2.00 

6.50 
7.50 



. 4.00 
. 0.00 

0.00 
. 1.00 

2.00 

14.00 
8.00 



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* Included in the Ministerial Pension Plan and the Comprehensive Protection Plan are 
Conference Members (full-time and less-than-full-time), Full-time Local Pastors, Part- 
time Local Pastors, and Student Local Pastors. The General Board of Pensions will 
interpret years of service as well as eligibility according to the Plan Document and 
Conference Rules. Pension payments under the MPP are determined by three fac- 
tors: 1 .) Amount of money in the account, 2.) Payment option elected, and 3.) Per- 
centage increase chosen. 
(Approved June, 1 990) J. Donald Phillips, Chairperson 

UNITED METHODIST FOUNDATION, INC. 

UNITED METHODIST FOUNDATION, INC. respectfully requests that the North 
Carolina Conference at its 1990 Annual Conference Session in Fayetteville, North 
Carolina, give approval to the Board of Directors of United Methodist Foundation, Inc. for 
the amendment and restatement of its Corporate Charter in the form stated below: 

AMENDED AND RESTATED CHARTER 

OF 

METHODIST FOUNDATION, INC. 

The undersigned non-profit corporation, for the purpose of amending and restating 
its charter, acting pursuant to North Carolina General Statutes Section 55A-36 and Sec- 
tion 55A-37.1 , does hereby set forth: 

(1) The name of the Corporation is Methodist Foundation, Inc. The amendments set 
forth below change the name of the Corporation to United Methodist Foundation, Incor- 
porated. 

(2) The following Amended and Restated Charter was adopted on August 22, 1990: 

ARTICLE I 

The name of this Corporation is United Methodist Foundation, Incorporated. 

ARTICLE II 

The period of existence of this Corporation is perpetual. 

ARTICLE III 

A. The purposes for which this Corportion is organized are to function and operate as 
a non-stock, non-profit, religious institution as described below: 

1. To serve as an institution of the North Carolina Annual Conference 
(Southeastern Jurisdiction) of The United MethodistChurch and as a part of the 
activities of that Conference to supervise, protect, and administer the investment 
of funds of that Conference and/or the churches and institutions thereof, and 
any other funds entrusted to it by that Conference thereof, and any other funds 
entrusted to it by that Conference and/or the churches and institutions thereof 
for investment; and 

2. To aid said Conference and/or the churches and institutions thereof in the 
solicitation of gifts, donations, contributions, bequests and devises. 

3. To invest and administer, for the benefit of said Conference and/or the churches 
and institutions thereof, funds contributed under agreement with donors, includ- 
ing, but not limited to endowment funds, charitable remainder or split interest 
trusts, and other revocable and irrevocable trusts. 

4. To serve under the jurisdiction, control, and direction of the North Carolina An- 
nual Conference (Southeastern Jurisdiction) of The United Methodist Church. 
In no event shall such purposes exceed the purposes defined and set forth in 
Section 501 (c) (3) of the Internal Revenue Code, as amended, and The Book of 
Discipline of The United Methodist Church as amended from time to time. 



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B. Within the limitations imposed by the foregoing purposes, the Corporation shall have 
that investment authority granted under the North Carolina General Statutes includ- 
ing, but not limited to, the following: 

1 . To buy and sell, to take, hold, and receive by deed, will, bequest, devise, gift or 
otherwise, to mortgage, pledge, convey, assign, transfer, and otherwise dispose 
of real and personal property, including notes, bonds, debentures, stocks, and 
other properties, tangible and intangible; and 

2. To invest all or any portion of the funds it administers in a pooled or common 
fund, whether or not such fund is maintained by the Corporation. 

C. The Corporation shall have the authority to delegate investment management as 
specified in the North Carolina General Statutes, and to obtain the services of other 
agents and employees it deems necessary to effectuate the purposes of the Corpora- 
tion. 

D. To alter or amend the charter of the Corporation only upon the prior approval of the 
North Carolina Annual Conference (Southeastern Jurisdiction) of The United 
Methodist Church, said approval to be sufficiently evidenced by a recital thereof in 
said proposed amendments. 

ARTICLE IV 

This Corporation shall operate as a non-profit religious Corporation. Neither the in- 
corporators, directors, nor any other person shall have or receive any beneficial interest 
in the property from time to time vested in, owned by, or in the possession of the Cor- 
poration, but on the contrary said property and the income received therefrom, after the 
payment of all proper charges, debts, demands, and expenses due by or incurred on be- 
half of the Corporation shall be administered in accordance with the terms of the ap- 
plicable gift or investment agreement and those purposes enunciated in Article III above. 

A. Gpon the dissolution or liquidation of this Corporation, all of its assets, principal and 
income, subject to the payment of its debts, shall vest in the board, committee, Coun- 
cil, Charge Conference, Corporation, institution, Annual Conference, or other body 
or entity in proportion to the interest of each such organization, body or entity in the 
capital funds and properties of this Corporation. 

B. No part of the net earnings of the Corporation shall inure to the benefit of any in- 
dividual. 

ARTICLE V 

This Corporation shall have no capital stock. 

ARTICLE VI 

This Corporation shall have no members. 

ARTICLE VII 

The names and addresses of the incorporators are as follows: 

Marvin J. Cowell 2013 Clark Avenue, Raleigh, NC 

J. M. Dozier 2111 Ruffin Street, Durham, NC 

J. E. Garlington Roxboro, NC 

Gurney P. Hood 122 S. Salisbury St., Raleigh, NC 

Charles S. Hubbard Chapel Hill, NC 

J. H. Waldrop Greenville, NC 

ARTICLE VIII 

The incorporators of this Corporation shall be the initial directors thereof and exercise 
the powers herein granted and be charged with the responsibilites herein set out until 



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their successors are elected and qualified, at which time their several directorships shall 
ipso facto cease. 

ARTICLE IX 

A. This Corporation shall be managed and its affairs directed by the Board of Directors 
whose duties and responsibilities are specified by the Bylaws. Directors of this Cor- 
poration shall be, until and unless the North Carolina Annual Conference 
(Southeastern Jurisdiction) of The United Methodist Church otherwise directs: 

1 . The resident Bishop of the North Carolina Annual Conference (Southeastern 
Jurisdiction) of The United Methodist Church. 

2. That person holding the office of Treasurer/Business Manager of the North 
Carolina Annual Conference (Southeastern Jurisdiction) of The United Methodist 
Church. 

3. That person holding the office of Executive Director of Gnited Methodist Foun- 
dation, Inc. who shall serve as a Director of this Corporation without vote. 

4. Eight directors elected by the Conference Council on Finance and Administra- 
tion at large based upon their recognized ability in investments. 

5. That person holding the office of Chairperson of the Conference Board of Laity. 

6. That person holding the office of President of the Conference United Methodist 
Women. 

7. Five directors elected by the Conference Board of Pensions. 

8. One director elected by the Conference Board of Missions. 

9. One director elected by the Conference Board of Trustees. 

1 0. One director elected by the Conference Commission on Outdoor and Camping 
Ministries. 

1 1 . One director elected by the Conference Board of Higher Education and Campus 
Ministry. 

12. One director elected by the Conference Board of Health and Welfare Ministries. 

13. One director elected by the Trustees of Methodist Home for Children, Inc. 

14. One director elected by the Trustees of Methodist Retirement Homes, Inc. 

1 5. One director elected by the Bishop and the Cabinet. 

1 6. One director elected by the Conference Board of Evangelism. 

17. One director elected by t